Easiest Way to Cook Delicious Mike's DIM SUM Brunch

Mike's DIM SUM Brunch. This is Mike's and my first time ever having dim sum cart service for brunch and it wouldn't be more perfect eating at one of the first restaurants in Manhattan's Chinatown, Golden Unicorn Restaurant. The continuous carts coming by your table is filled with delicious dim sum dishes. By Tufts Dining · Updated about a year ago.

Mike's DIM SUM Brunch Dim sum is generally considered Cantonese, though other varieties exist. Typically dim sum is consumed during brunch hours — late morning to lunchtime. Nowadays, dim sum is eaten all over China and the world, but the dishes are believed to have originated in the southern China's Guangdong region before eventually making their way to Hong Kong. You can cook Mike's DIM SUM Brunch using 27 ingredients and 16 steps. Here is how you cook it.

Ingredients of Mike's DIM SUM Brunch

  1. You need of ● For The Garlic Ginger Sauce.
  2. Prepare 1/4 Cup of Fine Minced Fresh Garlic.
  3. You need 1/3 Cup of Shredded Diakon Radishes.
  4. It's 1/4 Cup of Minced Fresh Ginger.
  5. Prepare 1/2 Cup of Light Soy Sauce.
  6. Prepare 1/4 Cup of Rice Wine Vinegar.
  7. You need 1 tbsp of Rock Palm Sugar [or more to taste].
  8. It's 2 tbsp of Quality Fish Sauce.
  9. It's of ● For The Dumplings [steamed].
  10. Prepare of Pork & Vegetable Dumplings.
  11. Prepare of Seafood & Vegetable Dumplings.
  12. It's of Pork Wontons.
  13. You need of Beef & Pork Pot Stickers.
  14. It's of Sweet Bean Desert Dumplings.
  15. Prepare of ● For The Bamboo Steamers.
  16. Prepare as needed of Whole Garlic Cloves.
  17. It's as needed of Lettuce Leaves.
  18. It's as needed of Cabbage Leaves.
  19. You need as needed of Bamboo Leaves.
  20. You need as needed of Ginger Slices.
  21. It's as needed of Thai Basil Leaves.
  22. You need of ● For The Sides.
  23. It's of Pickled Ginger.
  24. It's of Soy Sauce.
  25. You need of Sweet Chili Sauce.
  26. It's of Quality Fish Sauce.
  27. Prepare of Diakon Radishes [shredded & soaked in rice wine vinager].

Singaporean's are always in the search for good dim sum and good buffets. Why not have both at Yan Ting's Weekend Dim Sum brunch? "Dim sum is specifically Cantonese, and you see it in Macau all the time," says Abraham Conlon, chef and owner of the Logan Square restaurant with his wife, Adrienne Lo. You have your traditional dim sum, which is just kind of small, small, small plates, but cha gordo is more of a community celebration. HYPEBAE Brunch: This Sailor Moon Dim Sum Is Any Anime-Lovers' Dream.

Mike's DIM SUM Brunch instructions

  1. First, start with bamboo steamers. You can purchase these for under $20.00. I'd highly recommend purchasing 2 to 3 of these if cooking for more than two..
  2. Go to your local Asian market and purchase the dumplings, wontons and pot stickers of your choosing. I've never once found an inferior product there..
  3. Line your bamboo steamers with lettuce, cabbage or bamboo leaves to keep your dumplings from sticking to your bamboo tray. Bamboo leaves impart the most flavor but, if using lettuce or cabbage, add chunks of fresh ginger, garlic and place a Thai Basil leaf under each dumpling and to the side as pictured below for fullest flavor..
  4. Lined bamboo steamers with Thai Basil leaves. Try to keep your dumplings separate as so they don't stick together..
  5. Using a lifted rack or a basic ramikin, add water and steam frozen dumplings for 15 minutes. Don't allow bamboo rack to touch water..
  6. Add dumpling basket and cover..
  7. Seal dumplings tightly in an additional pot..
  8. Bahn bot loc steaming pictured..
  9. Fully steamed seafood and pork Bahn bot loc pictured..
  10. Prep your pot stickers. If you want a char on your pot stickers, simply pan sear them in a minimal amount of oil until browned..
  11. Fully steamed pot stickers pictured after 15 minutes..
  12. Chop all vegetables for your garlic ginger dip. Simmer for 10 minutes then chill..
  13. Serve with a myriad of dips like a quality fish sauce or sweet chili sauce. Also, serve on a bed of fresh chilled cabbage. Garnish with fresh Cilantro. Enjoy!.
  14. My spicy Nam Prik Sauce pictured..
  15. My Loose Thai Basil Sauce pictured..
  16. A delicious jarred DIM SUM Sauce pictured..

Fulfilling our dream of becoming Sailor Soliders. We previously got a look at Hong Kong eatery Dim Sum Icon's new menu featuring the beloved Sailor Moon character and her friends and we instantly knew that we needed to. The concept of the brunch is to recreate scenes of the past with the nostalgia of old tea houses set with traditional dim sum trolleys and hawker stalls. Dim sum's history dates back to the ancient Chinese teahouse tradition, when travelers on the Silk Road would stop for tea and small snacks on their journey. While you can occasionally find dim sum served during the week, it's more commonly considered a weekend meal.

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