Pork Dim Sum

Pork Dim Sum created by Lavender Lynn

This recipe is from 1000 Classic Recipes for Every Cook. I found this in my search for ZWT recipes.

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directions

  • Place the ground pork, scallions, bamboo shoots, soy sauce, sherry, sesame oil, sugar and beaten egg white in a large mixing bowl and mix until all ingredients are thoroughly combined.
  • Stir in the cornstarch, mixing until thoroughly incorporated with the other ingredients.
  • Spreat out the wonton skins on work counter. Place a spoonful of pork mixture in center of each wonton skin and lightly brush edges with water.
  • Bring sides of skins together in the center of the filling, pinching firmly together (it'll look like a little purse).
  • Line a steamer with a clean, DAMP tea towel and arrange wontons inside.
  • Cover and steam for 5-7 minutes, until dim sum are cooked through.
  • Serve immediately.
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  1. Queen R.
    I have been making dim sum I live n San Francisco by Chinatown. Yours is a horrible recipe. Good luck to you for making money. This sucks
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  2. donnas4344
    Anyone know of a Chinese pork dumpling recipe that includes peanut butter in the filling
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  3. dave.cosmo
    Wonton wrappers! If you like a challenge and would like a lighter wrapper, check out Har Gow. Find wonton a bit chewy. Just letting you know there is a alternative. Next time I make them, will post
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  4. dave.cosmo
    The wrapper.
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  5. Rebecca.panshin
    I tweaked it a bit as I wasn't running to the shop for ingredients I only needed a teaspoon of. So I used pork n veal combo mince (because that's what I had), subbed canola oil for sesame oil n added a sprinkle of sesame seeds, n added a teaspoon of oyster sauce.
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