Vietnamese Steamed Dumplings (Chinese Style Cooking Recipe)

Vietnamese Steamed Dumplings (Chinese Style Cooking Recipe)

Welcome to Xiao’s Kitchen. My name is Xiao Wei, ever since my Mother taught me how to cook at an early age, I have always had a strong passion for Cooking. My family still live in Inner Mongolia in the northern part of China, where I visit each year and pick-up new Asian/Chinese recipes.

25 – 30 Wonton Wrappers
250g Minced Pork
50g Soaked Tree Fungus
1 Small Onion
1 Clove
2 Cloves Garlic
1 Green Chilli
10g Coriander
1 Tsp Cornflour
½ Tsp Ground White Pepper
2 Tbsp Water Mixture
Salt To Taste

1. Finely chop the tree fungus
2. Finely chop the onion
3. Finely chop coriander, chilli and garlic
4. Crush or grind the clove
5. Place the pork in a large bowl, add the tree fungus, onion, coriander, chilli, garlic, salt, pepper and crushed clove, mix all ingredients together
6. Heat 2 Tbsp oil in a wok, add the pork mixture to the wok and fry for 5 minutes, remove and cool – this is the filling
7. Combine the cornflour and water. Take one wonton sheet, wet the edges with the cornflour and water mixture to help to seal
8. Place 1 Tsp of the filling onto the wrapper like sausage shape
9. Roll and fold the wrapper, then apply pressure to the two ends to seal, place onto a dish
10. Repeat this with the remaining ingredients till all are used for the dumplings
11. Boil 1 litre of water in a steamer, place dumplings into steamer, cover and steam for 5 minutes
12. Turn off the heat and remove lid from steamer
13. Transfer dumplings onto a dish and serve with vinegar if you wish

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  1. Another very nice video.
    I´ve got a small wish: could you do a video (or include it in the respective videos) what you serve as side dishs and/or sauces? Or one (better more) video in general on Asian side dishes?
    I started to wonder about that while watching your video on the mongolian beef. While rice seemed to be the natural selection I wondered if there would be some sort of bread a choice.