Recipe: Appetizing Chicken Shumai (dumplings)

Chicken Shumai (dumplings). Chinese Chicken Shu Mai (Siu Mai) My brunch this morning—chicken shu mai (sui mai), or steamed chicken dumplings. I know many of you love shu mai or siu mai, those little morsels of ground meat wrapped with wonton skin, and served at dim sum restaurants in Chinatown. These dainty steamed dumplings comes in a small bamboo steamer and they are so good that every bite is always bursting with.

Chicken Shumai (dumplings) These Chinese steamed dumplings have a classic juicy pork and prawn filling, enclosed with wonton wrappers. Also referred to as shumai and typically a part of dim sum, these traditional Chinese chicken dumplings make for a great appetizer or potluck idea. Also referred to as shumai and typically a part of dim sum, these traditional Chinese chicken dumplings make for a great appetizer or potluck idea. You can cook Chicken Shumai (dumplings) using 9 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you cook it.

Ingredients of Chicken Shumai (dumplings)

  1. You need 500 g of minced chicken.
  2. You need 100 g of minced prawns (optional, can be removed).
  3. Prepare 200-250 g of tapioca flour.
  4. Prepare 2 of eggs.
  5. You need 1 tsp of garlic paste.
  6. You need 1/2 tsp of ginger paste.
  7. Prepare 2 tbs of oyster sauce.
  8. Prepare 100 g of scallions / spring onion (thin sliced).
  9. It's 24 of dumpling wraps / wonton wraps.

Here is a list of Shumai recipes that I have reproduced it in my kitchen. I have learned a great deal of the techniques, type of ingredients, and seasonings along the way. In Cantonese cuisine, it is usually served as a dim sum snack. The Japanese version of steamed dumpling, shumai (シュウマイor 焼売), also called shao mai, is quite easy to make.

Chicken Shumai (dumplings) instructions

  1. In a food processor, mix all the ingredients (except the scallions and the wraps), until it's fully incorporated.
  2. Once mixed, add the scallions and stir it for few seconds just to ensure that scallions spread evenly.
  3. Then get a wrap, take a spoon of the above mixture and place it in the middle of the wrap.
  4. Then fold the edge of the wrap into pleats, (p.s. there are so many online tutorial on how to fold a shumai if you're not sure how to do that).
  5. Top it with small amount of shredded carrots for garnish.
  6. Once everything is fold nicely and mixture is finished, place it in a steamer and steam for 30mins.
  7. Some wraps might be sticking to the steamer, I suggest to spread some oil (flavorless) on the steamer surface.
  8. Remove it from the steamer and serve the shumai while it's hot with spicy sauce or simple soy sauce. Enjoy!.

See the video below the recipe to believe it. It tastes like the ones you get at restaurants and is certainly much better than the frozen shumai you can buy at Asian grocery stores. Chicken and Dumpling Recipes There's nothing like old-fashioned homemade chicken and dumplings for a filling, comforting meal. Find a new favorite recipe, whether you like fluffy dumplings or a chewy noodle version. Prepare the filling by combining all the ingredients together.

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