Steamed Pork Dumplings

Have you been coming back to that same old Chinese restaurant once a month or maybe once a week and always have that same order of pork dumpling every time? I myself is guilty of this as well. I love dumplings and I don’t know what it is about dumplings that make me really excited and always crave for it days before I plan to eat it.

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Basically Chinese food is really great, the blending of flavors is perfect and the dipping sauces always hit the mark. I never come out of a Chinese restaurant without feeling happy, satisfied and filled to the brim. Because of all their dumplings and small plates of various tastes and textures, you always encourage yourself to try everything and keep pushing you limit every time you come back.

So now I have for you the most famous Pork dumpling recipe which will get you hooked for weeks. What’s even better is that you can make a huge batch then just freeze them all and steam for around 15 minutes when needed, it may also be placed into your soups for a complete meal with some noodles, enjoy!

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Ingredients

1 ½ inch piece ginger, grated

4 shiitake mushrooms, minced

1  scallion, chopped

¼ pound ground pork

3 teaspoons soy sauce

3 teaspoons rice wine

1 teaspoon sesame oil

2 teaspoons cornstarch

Salt and pepper to taste

10 – 15 wonton wrappers

Dipping Sauce:

2 tablespoons light soy sauce

1 tablespoon chili garlic paste

 

Directions

1. Make your dumpling filling by mixing together in a bowl the ginger, mushrooms, scallion, ground pork, soy sauce, rice wine, sesame oil and cornstarch then season to taste with salt and pepper. (you can pan fry a small portion to taste your seasoning and adjust accordingly)

1. Make your dumpling filling by mixing together in a bowl the ginger, mushrooms, scallion, ground pork, soy sauce, rice wine, sesame oil and cornstarch then season to taste with salt and pepper. (you can pan fry a small portion to taste your seasoning and adjust accordingly)

2. Prepare your wonton wrappers and place a small portion of the filling inside then lightly add some water on the edges and pinch to close each. Do this till all of your filling has been wrapped.

2. Prepare your wonton wrappers and place a small portion of the filling inside then lightly add some water on the edges and pinch to close each. Do this till all of your filling has been wrapped.

3. Steam your dumplings for around 15 minutes and serve with the dipping sauce. You may also drop this in some Asian soup your making until its cooked which will make for a great and filling meal, enjoy!

3. Steam your dumplings for around 15 minutes and serve with the dipping sauce. You may also drop this in some Asian soup your making until its cooked which will make for a great and filling meal, enjoy!


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