Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Steamed Seafood Dumplings


A delicious Steamed Seafood Dumplings recipe for all you seafood lovers out there. These dumplings are succulent and perfect with just a simple dipping sauce, which consists of soy sauce, vinegar, and a bit of chili flakes. So, do try the recipe and have fun wrapping the dumplings.


Steamed Seafood Dumplings
(Printable Recipe)
Ingredients

150g Peeled Prawns, diced
150g Scallops, diced
100g Crabmeat, picked
2 Stalk Scallions, finely chopped
½ tsp Minced Ginger
1 tsp Soy Sauce
¼ tsp Sesame Oil
½ tsp Sugar
¼ Sea Salt
A few dashes White Pepper
½ of Egg White (about 2 Tbsp)
1 tsp Corn flour

1 Packet (about 50 pcs) Dumpling Wrappers

Dipping Sauce
4 Tbsp Soy Sauce
2 Tbsp Vinegar
1 Tbsp Sesame Oil
1 ½ tsp Chili Flakes

Method

Prepare the filling by combining all the above ingredients and marinate for about 30 minutes.

Place 1 ½ tsp of the filling mixture in the center of wrapper. Brush or wet the edge of the wrapper with water. Fold up the wrapper in half and press both sides together to form a hat shape.

Steam the dumplings over high heat for about 8 to 10 minutes.

Serve the dumplings with the soy sauce mixture and some chopped scallions, if desired.

10 comments :

  1. those hat shaped dumplings look so good and juicy! vietnamese cuisine tends to have less wonton style dumplings, but more rice/tapoica flour dumplings such as banh bot loc.

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  2. Looks beautiful, did you use wontonwrapping which wegetfrom the chinese stores inthe freezer section.

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  3. Yum!I love the combination of the shrimp, scallops and crab. These look beautiful and delicious. How did you get them to look so perfect?

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  4. Those are gorgeously wrapped dumplings. They sort of remind me of tortellinis. :)

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  5. Angie,
    When you steamed the dumplings what lining did you use?

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  6. @Ravenous Couple: I like your recipe for banh bot loc. Will try making it soon. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

    @Happy Cook: I used Gyoza/Dumpling wrappers for the recipe. They are available at T&T supermarket over here in Vancouver.

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  7. That looks great! I keep meaning to make a bunch of dumplings and wontons so I can have them ready in the freezer for a quick meal.

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  8. Hummmm...I love dumplings...do you know Ping Pong dim sum food at London/UK? They will open a restaurante here in São Paulo/Brasil...it's very far from my city...but I will there to try this delicious...
    hugs
    Paula

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