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Mauritian Chayote Dumplings (Niouk Yen / Boulette Chouchou Mauricien | Vegan / Vegetarian Version)



✿ Veganlovlie Recipes / Mauritian Chayote Dumplings (Niouk Yen / Boulette Chouchou Mauricien) : Niouk Yen is a Chinese-Mauritian popular street food enjoyed by many in Mauritius. I have never seen them in Chinese restaurants outside of Mauritius. So, they must be a local food only.

They are dumplings that are made with chayote (chouchou).

In this recipe I am using daikon radish as a substitute. But you can use chayote and follow the same process.

My recipe is a vegan version of the original dumplings that include dried freshwater shrimp and meat.
I am replacing these with vegan/vegetarian mince but you can leave it out or use finely chopped shiitake mushrooms.

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  1. ✿ Veganlovlie Recipes / Mauritian Chayote Dumplings (Niouk Yen / Boulette Chouchou Mauricien) : Niouk Yen is a Chinese-Mauritian popular street food enjoyed by many in Mauritius. I have never seen them in Chinese restaurants outside of Mauritius. So, they must be a local food only. ✿ FULL PRINTABLE RECIPE ▶ http://www.veganlovlie.com/2014/11/niouk-yen-veganvegetarian-version.html

    They are dumplings that are made with chayote (chouchou).

    In this recipe I am using daikon radish as a substitute. But you can use chayote and follow the same process.

    My recipe is a vegan version of the original dumplings that include dried freshwater shrimp and meat.
    I am replacing these with vegan/vegetarian mince but you can leave it out or use finely chopped shiitake mushrooms.

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  2. can we freeze them to be steamed later? how much time we can store them? what you used for the veg mince?

  3. I am surprised. Here in Brazil we call chayote chuchu too, with same pronunciation, and our languages are not even related.

  4. Wow! Those look so delicious! I have some Korean radish intended for kimchee, but I think I'll snag one to try this later today. I've never steamed anything but veggies. I also have access to chayote, but don't really know what to do with them. Now I do 😃.

  5. Chayote is not hard to find where I live, so is the preparation exactly the same when using them as with the daikon?

  6. I have just made them with kohlrabi and shitake mushrooms and they are amazing:) Thank you very much for great recipes:)

  7. Hello, I am a mauritian as well I have tasted these a lot of times so good and other Mauritian foods

  8. Hi Teenuja! I'd rather use a juicer to remove as much juice as possible from the radishes but then give the pulp one final squeeze before adding all the ingredients. I was wondering if most of the juice is already removed, may we use lesser salt; perhaps 1/2 teaspoon?

  9. Hi, for the vegetable mince is that a soya product or minced sautéed vegetables? I 'm looking forward to making these.😸

  10. I have one chayote in my fridge but I could buy daikon. Would you say it is better with chayote or just equally great but different flavor?

  11. hi …. u hv given ur wonderful recipes….really nice….. u suggest me any other vegetable……i use carrot or beets……

  12. thank you, can you tell me about second dip, was it soya sauce. Love boullette chou chou

  13. Is the vegan mince something that you made or a store bought product? I would like to use what you did in the video.

  14. I was not liking the smell of the daikon, but when it was done.. OMG!!! it taste delicious! . thank you for the recipes

  15. I slways wanted to know how to make it.my kids often buy this now i can make it by myself thanks

  16. Omg thank you sooooooo much for sharing this. My favourite is boulette Chou Chou. So easy to make. I'll def will try it this weekend. Can u please share how to make chana puri (gato)

  17. that was supa dupa gud , mine came out 5 star , thx loads , I eat boullettes so much and lways wanted to know how to make , thx to u ive done , again thx loads T P.S try to post some more Mauritian street food if u can thx

  18. Thx a lot for this video, I really like it but tell me one thing when you steam them and froze them for the first time, how long it will take to steam them for the second time