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RECIPE: Steamed Chicken Dim Sum

by Simon Turner

in Features, Recipes

Chinese Dim Sum’s always look simple to make, but are they? Luxury real estate agent Christine Watson is a dab hand at making them, and this recipe shows just how simple can be to make.


Ingredients (makes approximately 26)

600g Minced Chicken

1 egg

2 Tblsp Hoi Sin Sauce

2 Tblsp Chopped Mint

Sea Salt and freshly ground black pepper

Gow Gee Wonton Wrappers

Chopped Chives, for garnish.

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Method

In a large bowl, combine the minced chicken, egg, hoi sin sauce and mint. Mix well and season to taste. Moisten a gow gee wrapper around the edges with a little water. Place it in the palm of your hand, place about a dessertspoon of mince mixture in the middle and pinch the sides of the wrapper, leaving mince exposed at the top.

Repeat until all the mince mixture is used.

Line a large steamer with greaseproof paper and steam the dim sum over boiling water for 10-12 minutes, or until meat is cooked through.

Serve sprinkled with chives, with soy sauce on the side.

Serve with Jasmine Tea

christine-watson.jpg Christine Watson

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ChristineWatson August 18, 2009 at 8:16 am

This is a favourite of all who have tried them, particularly James. He would prefer that no one else be sitting at the dinner table when these are served – he loves them.

Christine

ChristineWatson August 18, 2009 at 3:16 pm

This is a favourite of all who have tried them, particularly James. He would prefer that no one else be sitting at the dinner table when these are served – he loves them.

Christine

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