Monday, August 31, 2015

Har Gow (Shrimp Dumplings) 虾饺

虾饺初体验,没什么经验。褶第一个时还把花褶反了,哈哈!幸好最后还可以顺利完成。
这个书谱很适合新手,饺皮很容易操作。
也要谢谢老板娘再三温馨提醒 “做饺皮时一定要用很滚很滚的热水哦!"
因为这样饺皮操作时才不容易破裂!
 
  
Har Gow (Shrimp Dumplings)
(Recipe adapted from 厨苑食谱)
Skin Ingredients:
120g wheat starch 
澄面粉
20g + 20g tapioca flour 
薯粉
200-210g boiling water
1 tsp vegetable oil
A pinch of salt

Filling
250g prawn (diced)

Seasoning 
1 tsp salt
3/4 tsp sugar
1/2 tsp black pepper
1 tsp sesame oil
1 tsp oyster oil
1 tsp corn flour

Method
  • Mix filling with seasoning, well combined and chill for 30 minutes.
  • In a mixing bowl, combine wheat starch with 20g tapioca flour, pour in boiling water. Using a chopstick or fork to mix evenly until there are no dry flour left. Add the balance 20g tapioca flour, continue to knead.  
  • Add 1 tsp oil and knead into a pliable smooth dough.
  • Roll the dough into a flat and thin sheet, then cut out by using a round cutter(7cm).  Spoon in 1 portion of the filling in the center, shape into shrimp dumpling. 
  • Place the shrimp dumpling on a greased steaming tray, steam over medium heat for 6-7 minutes or until cooked.
This post is linked to the Best Recipes for Everyone August 2015 Event (Theme: Dim Sum)  organised by Fion XuanHom's Mum Kitchen Diary) and hosted by May (厨苑食谱)

13 comments:

  1. Hi Esther,
    I just wiped my saliva at Aunty Young's house ... Now, I'm drooling again seeing these yummy Har Gow ^-^!

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  2. 皱褶很美哦!很专业叻!
    收我为徒啦。。。。。哈哈哈。。

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  3. 皱褶很美哦!很专业叻!
    收我为徒啦。。。。。哈哈哈。。

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  4. 皱褶很美哦!很专业叻!
    收我为徒啦。。。。。哈哈哈。。

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  5. 好漂亮好漂亮,也收我为徒啦 :)

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  6. Esther, 看 Aunty Young非常紧张你不收她为徒, 连续按了3个留言! 哈哈哈。。
    可见你的巧手真是了得啊, 这虾饺像是专业师傅褶的呢! 嘻嘻

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  7. 皱褶真的很美,有专业水准哦。。赞!

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  8. They are so beautifully done, Esther.

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  9. Wow! wonderful post! what a nice picture. Way too tempting. Yum! I don't have an outdoor grill, but well now I know I can try in my oven too, so I'm gonna try it out very very soon chinese food

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  10. Hi Esther,
    wow!! you pleated your 'har gow' so beautifully!!
    two thumbs up for you dear!
    mui

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  11. I love shrimp dim sum. It's the perfect breakfast I want to eat every day without tedious.

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