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Jicai Bai Ye Bao (Shepherd's Purses Filled With Surprises)

This is an authentic recipe from Shanghai, China.

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directions

  • Marinate one pound of ground pork in a mixture of sake and cornstarch for 30 minutes.
  • Defrost the yuba sheets. Set aside.
  • Defrost the spinach and rinse thoroughly (no need to blanch). Mince then hand-squeeze out any water left in the spinach. Set aside.
  • Combine the ground pork, spinach, green onion, salt, white pepper, sugar, and sesame oil. Mix thoroughly.
  • Cut each soy sheet diagonally into two large triangles.
  • Place the filling along the long side of the triangle and roll the soy sheet up tightly while folding in both sides (like a burrito).
  • Place rolls side by side on a plate and steam for 15 minutes in a steamer or rice cooker.
  • You may also deep-fry them in 1/4 cup hot vegetable oil until golden brown (5-8 minutes per side).
  • Serve immediately.
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    This is an authentic recipe from Shanghai, China.
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