Monday, May 21, 2012

Homemade Siew Mai

嗨,好久不见!

这个科技发达,还真是让人变得更懒。本来有一手机在手,能让人随时随地上网,照理说应该更勤劳上blogger写写。可是有太多其他的诱惑了,比如手机里的游戏hehe。不过罪魁祸首,还是我add了Instagram (@smallsmallbaker)以后。由于相机坏了,所有的拍照都由手机代劳,而Instagram又可以让我第一时间把照片上载和大家分享,使我忽略了我的blogger和fb。我看我应该还有十多个posts还在等待。至于几时还真的要看心情了。


这烧卖好几个月前就做了。配合Aspiring Bakers,终于献上。:)


Homemade Siew Mai


Ingredients
30 pieces wanton skin
2 steamed salted egg yolk, break into pieces (I substituted with shredded carrot)

Fillings:
400g minced meat
100g minced prawn
4 water chestnut, chopped
1 tbsp chopped spring onion
salt and pepper to taste
1 tsp sesame oil
1 tbsp corn flour
1 egg white

Method
1. Mix fillings evenly. Wrap fillings into wanton skin. Sprinkle top with salted egg yolk (or carrot).
2. Arrange in a steamer, steam over high heat for 10 minutes. Remove and serve hot.

Recipe adapted from: 早安你好 Hearty Breakfast Treats

I am submitting this Homemade Siew Mai to Aspiring Bakers #19: Dim Sum Affair (May 2012), hosted by me.

9 comments:

  1. 这个点心我常吃
    就是懒惰自己做
    呵呵:)

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  2. knock, knock, knock...share some siew mai please...hehehehe

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  3. Can I have a few of it please, looks so delicious :)

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  4. Look very good. The topping really look like salted egg yolk . :)

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  5. use store-bought wontan skin, quick and easy..I like you added salted egg yolk, must be very yummy!

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  6. I love siew mai with salted egg yolk. Looks so delicious!

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  7. 这个我一直都想做, 但是就是一直拖, 先抄下你的食谱了。

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  8. 哈哈,我也是有了手机,很少用电脑上网。不过要Blogging,始终都是用电脑比较好。哈哈~

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  9. I've been cravings for siu mai's lately.. especially those big big ones with prawns. Wooo how i wish i can devour all yours! hehe... :P

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