Siu mai (Chinese steamed dumplings). Siu Mai is the first thing you grab off the trolleys when you descend upon your favourite Yum Cha. And now you can get your Siu Mai fix on demand! These Chinese steamed dumplings are filled with a classic pork and prawn filling.
Siu mai (SHOO-my), or shaomai, are popular little steamed dumplings from southeastern China. Served with sweet and sour sauce or other dipping sauces. If you are vaguely familiar with these steamed pork dumplings, you may have noticed various spellings for them in English.
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Siu Mai is the first thing you grab off the trolleys when you descend upon your favourite Yum Cha. And now you can get your Siu Mai fix on demand! These Chinese steamed dumplings are filled with a classic pork and prawn filling.
To get started with this recipe, we must prepare a few components. You can cook siu mai (chinese steamed dumplings) using 10 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you cook it.
The ingredients needed to make Siu mai (Chinese steamed dumplings):
- Prepare 350 g of ground pork.
- Make ready 1 of onion.
- Get 3 cm of green onion.
- Prepare 2 of table spoons cesami oil.
- Prepare 2 tablespoons of sugar.
- Get 2 of table spoons soy sauce.
- Make ready 2 of table spoons sake.
- Prepare of ginger.
- Take 2 of table spoons potato starch.
- Make ready 50 sheets of siu mai wrapper.
Siu mai is the Cantonese pronunciation. Cantonese-style siu mai are the version that most people are familiar with. They're round and the filling is wrapped in circular dumpling skins. Siu Mai is a very popular Chinese dumpling dish served "open-faced" as part of a dim sum brunch.
Steps to make Siu mai (Chinese steamed dumplings):
- Slice an onion and a green onion into small pieces..
- In the middle bowl, combine ground pork and the onions. Add other seasonings, sugar, cesami oil, sugar, soy sauce, sake,ground gingers and potato starch..
- To wrap the siu mai, place two tablespoons of filling on a middle of a siu mai wrapper..
- Wrap the filling with the siu mai wrapper..
- To steam, put a small dish on the bottom of a big soup pan. Place a small lid with holes (otoshibuta) on it. Pour water under the otoshibuta. Heat the pan to boil water..
- Place a wrapped siu mai on the otoshibuta. Place 10 siu mai dumplings at one time..
- Put the lid on the pan. Steam them for 10 minutes..
These are some of the easiest dumplings to make since you do not have to enclose them—and they are some of the prettiest since you can see the ingredients inside. Siu mai, the Chinese steamed pork and shrimp dumplings, are one of the most popular items at dim sum parlors. But you don't have to go out just to enjoy them, because they're one of the easiest dumplings to make at home. Why this recipe works: Pork fat makes the filling incredibly juicy and flavorful. Small, round siu mai dumpling (or potsticker) skins are the best, but you can also use square wonton skins.
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