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    Dumpling recipes

    My youngest today suggested a BLT dumpling.

    I thought why not!

    Chip of the ole block

    Share your dumpling recipes and pics as I will.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe 90 View Post
    My youngest today suggested a BLT dumpling.

    I thought why not!

    Chip of the ole block

    Share your dumpling recipes and pics as I will.
    FFS. What a shite OP.

    At least post it up to start.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW View Post
    FFS. What a shite OP.
    That's your opinion.

    Moving on, a dumpling recipe thread could be interesting..

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW View Post
    FFS. What a shite OP.
    Indeed, the kitchen threads are getting stinked up by the chavs who are shit posting without adding pics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    Indeed, the kitchen threads are getting stinked up by the chavs who are shit posting without adding pics.
    Ok slop boy

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    1:42am in chav land and Chitty is pissed up on the cheap brandy.


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    It's been some time since I made dumplings, but I've usually used ground chicken meat (instead of pork). I've been on a "less pork" diet for several years now. Then added chopped carrots or squash (depends on what I have), chopped firm tofu (if I feel like making a "less meat" version), soaked then chopped jelly fungus (the black ones) or shitake mushrooms, chopped coriander or fresh oregano leaves, onion, salt & pepper, fish sauce. Add an egg or 2, and a little flour. I don't have the proportions because it's mostly a guesstimate thing, but it usually turns out well. The ingredients may vary with what's available at the time.

    After mixing everything, put a spoonful in the dumpling wrapper (I use the square ones, store bought), then steam for ~20 minutes.

    Dipping sauce is usually soy sauce + lemon juice + chili flakes or powder (or fresh chili if I have them).

    Edit: that mix can also be used for spring rolls. Instead of using dumpling wrapper, I buy the spring roll wrapper. Wrap then fry.
    Last edited by katie23; 25-04-2021 at 08:00 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    1:42am in chav land and Chitty is pissed up on the cheap brandy.

    You're a dumpling!

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    Quote Originally Posted by katie23 View Post
    It's been some time since I made dumplings, but I've usually used ground chicken meat (instead of pork). I've been on a "less pork" diet for several years now. Then added chopped carrots or squash (depends on what I have), chopped firm tofu (if I feel like making a "less meat" version), soaked then chopped jelly fungus (the black ones) or shitake mushrooms, chopped coriander or fresh oregano leaves, onion, salt & pepper, fish sauce. Add an egg or 2, and a little flour. I don't have the proportions because it's mostly a guesstimate thing, but it usually turns out well. The ingredients may vary with what's available at the time.

    After mixing everything, put a spoonful in the dumpling wrapper (I use the square ones, store bought), then steam for ~20 minutes.

    Dipping sauce is usually soy sauce + lemon juice + chili flakes or powder (or fresh chili if I have them).

    Edit: that mix can also be used for spring rolls. Instead of using dumpling wrapper, I buy the spring roll wrapper. Wrap then fry.
    Thanks for your constructive reply , I concur.

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