28 May 2013

Fried Dumplings


After migrating to Australia, I cook more because eating out is not so convenient as in Singapore. Finding the Asian food that we love and familiar with is especially difficult. To encourage Gabriel to eat more meat, I make these fried chicken prawn dumplings. It is a simple and quick one as I use the store bought dumpling skin. The trick here is to use the rolling pin and roll the thick dumpling skin (not sure why the dumpling skin selling here is super thick) to a thinner one. Then stuff the filling you like, sometimes I also cook the dumplings in soup. 

As my son prefer frying food, once in a while I'll fry these chicken prawn dumplings, the dumpling skin is crispy and the inner filling will be tender and juicy, I love to dip it in the Thai chili sauce with lime juicy. Is yummy!





Recipe from Ah Tze's kitchen play
(you can replace the minced chicken with pork or beef)
Ingredients:
300g minced chicken
100g prawns, remove shell, wash and roughly chop
some coriander, chop
1 tbsp corn flour
2 tbsp oyster sauce 
1 tbsp light soy sauce
1/2 tsp salt
a dash of pepper
A stack of store bought dumpling skin (from Asian Groceries Store)

Method:
1. Prepare the filling: In a bowl, place the minced chicken, and prawn. Add corn flour, oyster sauce, light soy sauce, salt and pepper. Add in the chopped coriander, use a pair of chopstick, stir and mix the mixture together. 


2. Wrapping: Roll the dumpling skin into a thinner piece, wrap in a spoonful of filling, seal the edge of dumpling skin with a bit of water using your finger tip. Pleat the edge of the dumpling skin by pressing together.


3. Deep-frying: Prepare a hot oil wok or a deep saucepan, when the oil is heated, lower the dumplings one or two at a time, lower the heat to medium. When the dumpling skin turn lightly brown, turn to another side and keep turning the dumpling to prevent burning. When the dumpling skin turned golden brown ~5 mins (depends on how hot the oil is) it is done. Take it out from the hot oil and dip dry on a piece of kitchen paper. Serve hot with chili dip. 
  


11 comments:

  1. 非常流口水了。。。。。 哈哈~ 好丰富的馅料。

    ReplyDelete
  2. 这个是百吃不厌的,多多都不够哦!哈哈。。

    ReplyDelete
  3. Tze, 妳的兒子不吃肉?我的兒子不吃青菜,有青的他就說飽了,哈哈!他看到這些香脆的炸餃子肯定吃個不停!

    ReplyDelete
  4. Wah, I like deep fried dumpling ... Ioor these dumplings make me suddenly feel so hungry... Ask my husband go to cook dinner now.hehe..

    ReplyDelete
  5. Your dumplings are so professionally pleated.

    ReplyDelete
  6. I love fried dumpling too but must limit myself over eating :D
    Your fried dumpling looks very delicious and pretty click too!

    ReplyDelete
  7. Your dumplings made me feel so hungry....

    ReplyDelete
  8. I will not stop for one, give me more please..

    ReplyDelete
  9. Tze,
    Am drooling looks at your yummy fried dumplings!
    mui

    ReplyDelete

Thank you for your lovely comment!
Please be nice and no SPAM here!

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...