Shrimp Dim Sum

These are labor intence. But if you have the time it's well worth it. You can use a food processor to ground the shrimp. And use shrimp with no shell/skin. This makes 30 Dumpling. Great for a potluck or party.

Ready In:
1hr 40mins
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ingredients

directions

  • To make the filling:

  • mix together all the ingredients except the cornstrach until the mixture is well blended and smooth.
  • stir in the cornstrach, mix.
  • divide into 30 portions.
  • To make the dough:.
  • put 2 cups of flour in a medium size bowl.
  • reserve remaining flour and use on hands if they become sticky.
  • add the boiling water into the bowl.
  • add the cold water and oil into the bowl.
  • mix to form dough.
  • knead until smooth.
  • roll dough into a long rope shape and cut into 30 pieces.
  • use a rolling pin to roll out each piece into a thin 2 inch circle.
  • place a portion of the filling in the middle of a dough circle.
  • bring the opposite edges together and pinch them together to hold.
  • repeat with remaining circles and filling.
  • line a steamer with a damp cloth.
  • set the dumplings about 1 inch apart, steam over high heat for 5 minutes.
  • remove and serve.
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"These are labor intence. But if you have the time it's well worth it. You can use a food processor to ground the shrimp. And use shrimp with no shell/skin. This makes 30 Dumpling. Great for a potluck or party."
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  1. ItalianMomof2
    Thanks so much for picking me in the adopt of chef contest. I looked at your recipes and there are so MANY I have bookmarked. Made these a few nights ago and they are labor intensive, but DELICIOUS. Made them to serve with some Lo Mein & Eggrolls. You have so many good recipes that I hope to make soon! Italian Mom of 2!
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  2. daisygrl64
    These are labor intence. But if you have the time it's well worth it. You can use a food processor to ground the shrimp. And use shrimp with no shell/skin. This makes 30 Dumpling. Great for a potluck or party.
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