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Shady's Dim Sims


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Ingredients

40 piece(s)

Shady's Dim Sims

  • 160 g pork, diced
  • 160 g chicken breast, diced
  • 1/4 cabbage, roughly chopped
  • 2 shallots, roughly chopped
  • 2 tsp Concentrated vegetable stock, (EDC cookbook) or 1 tsp chicken stock powder
  • dash sesame oil
  • dash fish sauce
  • 1 tsp soy sauce or tamari
  • 1 egg
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 1 package wonton wrappers
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Place pork and chicken pieces into TM bowl. Put on Closed Lid setting and pulse using Turbo button for a couple of seconds. Add cabbage and shallots, egg, stock, sauces and seasoning. Pulse briefly several times till mix is minced.

    Place a teaspoon of the mix in a wonton wrapper and fold the sides up around the meat while twisting around in your hand to form an open cupcake.

    Place wontons in Varoma tray. Place at least 1 litre of water in the TM bowl, place Varoma unit on top. Set to Varoma temperature, speed 2 for 35 mins.

    Wontons can be placed on baking paper on the Varoma tray.

    Serve with a dipping sauce made with soy sauce and sweet chilli sauce.
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  • Sooooo amazing and huge hit with kids and hubby...

    Submitted by AmberJones on 14. August 2017 - 18:46.

    Sooooo amazing and huge hit with kids and hubby going back for more

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  • For all the many many shares and positive comments...

    Submitted by Motherof4 on 1. February 2017 - 18:09.

    For all the many many shares and positive comments about these dim sims on all the TM cooking groups, I am surprised there aren't more reviews here. I have made them many times now and always forget that it makes a lot (which is just as well because it's hard to stop at just 4,5,6.....). Will add more than a dash of sauces next time. Something I would never have made before TM. Thank you

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  • The kids love then so does

    Submitted by MAB77 on 25. April 2016 - 14:13.

    The kids love then so does hubby.

    Made them for the second time today because I had wonto wrappers that needed using however had the pork in the freezer. I made a double batch but ran out of wonto wrappers. The theory was that I would freeze them babow....looks like I need to buy more wonton wrappers and we will be eating lots of dimsims this week lol. 

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  • thanks for the recipe, these

    Submitted by 5westleys on 23. July 2015 - 14:48.

    thanks for the recipe, these are delicious, I cut the cooking time back also

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  • great recipe thank you for

    Submitted by HelenWilliams on 12. May 2015 - 17:00.

    great recipe thank you for sharing :) kids loved them 

    Helen Williams

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  • These were really nice. I

    Submitted by MrsFrankie on 23. February 2015 - 21:40.

    These were really nice. I think the cooking time could be reduced slightly. I think if they were deep fried they would be even better!

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  • So great! Made a double batch

    Submitted by XantheJS on 7. February 2015 - 19:03.

    So great! Made a double batch which ended up being 55 dim sims! Hubby ate 14 for dinner haha. My brother has put in an order too

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  • The whole family loved this

    Submitted by KNarev on 6. April 2014 - 10:56.

    The whole family loved this recipe.

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  • These were a hit - a little

    Submitted by Emjy on 4. March 2014 - 02:06.

    These were a hit - a little fiddly - but so much easier than BT (Before Thermi!)

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  • very yummy! the kids were not

    Submitted by AmandaWells on 29. January 2014 - 13:57.

    very yummy! the kids were not a big fan of the wonton wrappers, but still ate the inside part., (i couldnt buy them in a large size, i could only get them in a small square which made around 20-30) 

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  • Very versatile recipe.  I say

    Submitted by nbowilson on 27. January 2014 - 07:18.

    Very versatile recipe.  I say this because I didn't look at my wonton wrappers until after I had made the recipe, and the wrappers couldn't be used  :(.  SO, I rolled the mixture into little meatballs, fryed them for colour, then put them in a tomato base with garlic, mixed herbs and spinach.  I reduced the sauce (whilst cooking the meatballs), cooked up some fettucine and voila, meatballs and fettucine.  3 fussy kids ate them so I'm happy.  Am looking forward to trying them as they are intended - both steamed and deep fryed.  Thanks for sharing!

    Expect a miracle.....

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  • Delicious, I added half tin

    Submitted by Nmarshall on 25. January 2014 - 20:45.

    Delicious, I added half tin water chestnuts, garlic, ginger and 1 tsp oyster sauce to the recipe.

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  • My 13 yo Dim Sim expert son

    Submitted by vanny on 17. January 2014 - 08:59.

    My 13 yo Dim Sim expert son asked me if we could make them in our new Thermomix. I found this recipe and he was pretty happy. I made them last night for dinner and watched as my son ate 20!!!!!!!! Then went back later on for some more! Safe to say this recipe is a hit with him and even I had 3 despite normally not liking dimmies. 

    I made a double batch rather than freezing the meat. As I am new to this I only had a cursory glance at the Ingredients list and saw it said 12 pieces and thought it meant it made 12 pieces and knew that would never fill DIm SIm son. So I prepared double the filling. Well- after going through 2 packets of Wonton wrappers (pack of 30 each) I still have nearly as much filling left over for another day! 

    Thank you so much for this fantastic recipe

    Vanny

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  • Made this with only chicken

    Submitted by naysplace on 19. October 2013 - 15:13.

    Made this with only chicken mince and guess what - oohh yuck dont like wontons/money bags mum  BUT GUESS WHAT - none left......they went back for 2nd's and 3rd's...

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  • (No subject)

    Submitted by MeniqueLever on 19. May 2013 - 12:33.

    :)

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  • Sorry for the delayed repose

    Submitted by Vonny on 12. May 2013 - 17:42.

    Sorry for the delayed repose Maddunn, I've been out of Internet contact. I have frozen them before but they are better frozen uncooked. Reheating cooked ones just doesn't taste the same. Also I'm never sure about the rules of refereezing meat if the meat used had initially been frozen and then cooked.  Glad you enjoyed them!

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  • I loved these and they were

    Submitted by maddunn on 24. April 2013 - 13:53.

    I loved these and they were so easy! put them in a nice broth! but with the other half of the mixture i just steamed them. I am jush wondering if you can freeze steamed dim sims?? i have menu planned the rest of the week so i just wont eat them  :~

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  • I made these tonight.  They

    Submitted by Simonewilliams on 21. March 2013 - 21:24.

    I made these tonight.  They were really nice.  I don't usually eat Dim Sims, ( I grew up a vegetarain, that was my mum's idea, but married a meat eater, that was MY idea, but still pretty picky with the quality of my meat)  I also don't eat pork, but subsituted it for all chicken.  I have the go ahead by all the family to make them again.  They are so healty, no fat.  Thanks for a great recipe. :)  :bigsmile:  :)

    I also made the Wonton wrappers using  the Wonton/Egg Roll Wrappers TM31 Recipe.  Well worth the effort.

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  • Oh no Jenny, that's such a

    Submitted by Vonny on 21. January 2013 - 18:36.

    Oh no Jenny, that's such a shame! It's possible they were cooked too long. I haven't had them go gluey before but maybe different brands of wrappers have different cooking times too, I'll try cutting down the cooking time next time and repost the time if successful. I have also tried making Goyza (the Japanese variety of dumplings) recently and these had a quicker cooking time although they were steamed in a frypan not a Varoma (needs the frypan to get the crispy bottom).

    There are some varoma recipes I've come across (steamed puddings in silicon muffins and my poached eggs) which used a teatowel across the top to catch the excess steam to stop the water droplets dripping back down onto the food.It may have been the a bit of excess wter giving them a water logged texture? 

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  • :~I used this recipe as my

    Submitted by Jedhto on 21. January 2013 - 11:30.

    :~I used this recipe as my first attempt at the veroa, love the filling but my wonton wrappers are gluey and the kids isn't eat them :-( 

    Does this mean I cooked them too long or not enough?

    thanks

    jenny

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  • These have become a requested

    Submitted by mjklimec on 18. July 2012 - 07:06.

    These have become a requested favourite among my family and friends!  Thanks for an easy but delicious recipe :bigsmile:

     

    www.mellymaks.blogspot.com

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  • These are absolutely

    Submitted by Emily KH on 27. March 2012 - 12:03.

    These are absolutely delicious, I actually deep fry them sometimes instead of steaming them - to die for!- Also try the spring rolls on this website.  They are unreal as well!


     

     I looove cooking with my thermie!

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