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Steamed Pork dumplings

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created: 2013/07/06 changed: 2013/08/29
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Ingredients

Dumplings

  • 400 g lean pork, diced and par frozen
  • 2 spring onions
  • 2 tablespoon oyster sauce
  • 2 tablespoon tamari
  • 2 cm ginger
  • 1 --- small red chilli
  • 1 clove garlic
  • 30 round gow gee wrappers, You can choose to make or puchase these
  • 3 sprig fresh coriander
Dipping Sauce

  • 80g tamari
  • 2 teaspoon sugar
  • 1 teaspoon white wine vinegar
  • 1 clove garlic
  • 2 drop sesame oil
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Recipe is created for
 
 Thermomix ® TM 31
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Recipe's Preparation

1.

Place spring onions, coriander, chilli, garlic and ginger into TM bowl and chop for 4 seconds speed 6. Scrape down sides.


2.

Add pork, tamari and oyster sauce to the bowl and mince for 10-15 seconds speed 7.


3.

Place a teaspoon of the mixture in the centre of each Gow Gee wrapper. Wet the edges with a little water and pleat them together to seal.

 


4.

Once all dumplings are wrapped, slightly oil the varoma and place dumplings in the dish and tray (if needed you can seperate layers in the varoma dish with dampened baking paper) and set aside. You can also utilise the steamer basket if requiredl


5.

Half fill TM bowl with water and set TM basket (if used) and varoma into place and cook for 20 minutes/V
aroma/speed 3


6.

When done, set varoma (and TM basket if used) aside and empty TM bowl. Place all ingredients for dipping sauce into TM bowl and mix for 5 seconds/speed 5


7.

Serve dumplings and dipping sauce. I usually serve this with the Chinese-Style cabbage and coriander salad from the EDC.

** for a larger family (5 adults), I usually double the mixture and can steam the whole amount ustilising the TM basket and both levels of the Varoma!!



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Recipe's preparation

1.

Place spring onions, coriander, chilli, garlic and ginger into TM bowl and chop for 4 seconds speed 6. Scrape down sides.


2.

Add pork, tamari and oyster sauce to the bowl and mince for 10-15 seconds speed 7.


3.

Place a teaspoon of the mixture in the centre of each Gow Gee wrapper. Wet the edges with a little water and pleat them together to seal.

 


4.

Once all dumplings are wrapped, slightly oil the varoma and place dumplings in the dish and tray (if needed you can seperate layers in the varoma dish with dampened baking paper) and set aside. You can also utilise the steamer basket if requiredl


5.

Half fill TM bowl with water and set TM basket (if used) and varoma into place and cook for 20 minutes/V
aroma/speed 3


6.

When done, set varoma (and TM basket if used) aside and empty TM bowl. Place all ingredients for dipping sauce into TM bowl and mix for 5 seconds/speed 5


7.

Serve dumplings and dipping sauce. I usually serve this with the Chinese-Style cabbage and coriander salad from the EDC.

** for a larger family (5 adults), I usually double the mixture and can steam the whole amount ustilising the TM basket and both levels of the Varoma!!



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COMMENTS (24)
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Great recipe!  I used light soy as I didnt have tamari.  We just made a second batch for lunch!

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Great! Tasty, we could not stop eating them! Thankyou.

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Whoops forgot to rate it!

I made these with my Grandaughter who loved using the thermomix and putting the dumplings together.   She even ate them which is a great acheivement!  Still I would like to make them again with a lttle less help and make them a bit spicier!  I am a convert to homemade dumplings, thanks for the recipe!

hi wendybird

You can usually find the wrappers in the chilled section of the supermarket near the latina fresh pasta. Otherwise there is a great recipe in the asian cookbook. Smile

I am dying to try these but have been unable tomfind the wrappers.  Where do you get them or can you make your own?

These were great, i added some chopped water chestnuts to give it some crunch.

 

I cooked these last night and they were awesome, tasted so good with the dipping sauce.

I had a little trouble finding Tamari (Japanese soy sauce) but i looked it up on my Woolworths supermarket app on my mobile phone and it even told me which isle and which shelf it was on. Double amazing!

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Love these! I will Be making these often I think. Originally didn't like the smell of the dipping sauce but once I tried it it was amazing!! Thank you so much a new favorite for me  Smile

Great meal with such delicious flavour

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Hi Smile thanks for your recipe. My hubby loved these and even my daughter asked for seconds. They came out perfect and sooo easy. Cheers Wink

You can, they may dry out a little but if you pop them in the fridge with grease proof paper over them they should be fine.

 

can i prepare and wrap the dumplings prior to steaming them? like 6-8hrs before??

No you could use any shape wrappers for this. You may just need to wrap them differently. I'd love to hear how yours go. Good luck

Do you have to use round wrappers?

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My hubby said these were better than the dumplings at our fave chinese restaurant. I pan-fried mine briefly after steaming, as I like a little crispiness on the bottom.

Miss 9 and I loved them, hubby better rush home before they are all gone!

we didn't have any tamari so used kecap manis and it works just as well Smile

Yes they should. I have no idea why they've changed?? I'll fix that up now thank you for pointing that out.

 

Should step 2 & 3 be the other way around?

Hi

I usually freeze the port over night and then remove from the freezer 20-30mins before mincing. Good LucK!!!!

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I made these last night and they tasted fantastic. Thank you for the great recipe Big smile

G'day! I would love to try these too!about how long did your par freeze your pork for? Thank you!Cheers! Joanne

Thank you. They take a bit of preparation but are really worth it. Always a favorite in my house too!

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I made this the other day for dinner and everyone loved it!!  Thank you.