Author Elfie V
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I find inspiration and joy in the kitchen as a passionate cooking enthusiast and culinary artist.

Shumai is a common dish in dim sum restaurants, where it's typically presented in small bamboo steamers.
Easy to cook and delicious How to Make Steamed Pork Siu Mai at Home.

We're here to guide you through the steps of crafting this delectable dish right in your own kitchen. With our easy-to-follow instructions and common pantry staples, you'll be able to whip up a restaurant-worthy Steamed Pork Siu Mai that'll impress even the toughest food critics. Steamed Pork Siu Mai is a type of traditional Chinese dumpling that has gained popularity worldwide. It is a staple in dim sum menus and is cherished for its delicate flavors and unique appearance. The main ingredient for Steamed Pork Siu Mai is a mixture of minced pork/chicken, often combined with a small amount of shrimp or other seafood for added flavor. Each shumai wrapper is filled with a spoonful of the meat mixture. The edges of the wrapper are then pinched together to create a pleated effect at the top, leaving the filling slightly exposed. Steamed Pork Siu Mai is traditionally steamed rather than boiled or fried. The dumplings are arranged in a steamer and cooked until the filling is fully cooked and the wrapper becomes tender. The steam allows the flavors to meld and develop while keeping the dumplings moist. Steamed Pork Siu Mai is known for its blend of savory pork/chicken, shrimp, and aromatic flavors. Its open-top pleated presentation not only shows the skill of the cook, but also adds to the aesthetic appeal. Steamed Pork Siu Mai is enjoyed as a snack, appetizer, or part of a larger dim sum meal, offering a delightful combination of flavors and textures in every bite.

YIELDS 4 serving(s)
TOTAL TIME 45 minute(s)

Ingredients

  • 250g minced pork
  • 150g shrimp, finely chopped
  • 50g Chinese cabbage, finely chopped
  • 1 spring onion, thinly sliced
  • 1 tbsp dried coriander leaves
  • 1 egg
  • 2 tsp sesame oil
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 1 tsp sugar
  • ½ tsp ginger powder
  • ½ tsp pepper
  • 2 tbsp tapioca flour

Complementary

  • 15-20 pieces of wonton skin
  • ½ carrot, grated
  • Chili sauce
  • Soy sauce

Steps

1

Combine all the ingredients, except for tapioca flour. Stir until the mixture forms a meat dough.

Step 1 of cooking How to Make Steamed Pork Siu Mai at Home.
2

Add the tapioca flour and mix thoroughly.

Step 2 of cooking How to Make Steamed Pork Siu Mai at Home.
3

Prepare the wonton skins. Put 2 tsp of the mixture on the wonton skin, then fold the shumai as shown in the photo, and top off with a small amount of grated carrot. Steam the shumai for 15-18 minutes.

Step 3 of cooking How to Make Steamed Pork Siu Mai at Home.
4

Serve the Pork Shumai along with tomato sauce, chili sauce, and any other side dishes you like.

Step 4 of cooking How to Make Steamed Pork Siu Mai at Home.


Author Elfie V
Elfie

I find inspiration and joy in the kitchen as a passionate cooking enthusiast and culinary artist.

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