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Ingredients

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300 grams Chicken minced
1 tsp Ginger
1/2 tsp White Pepper Powder
2 tsp Cornstarch
salt as required
1 cup Water
1/2 cup Shrimps
2 tbsp Scallions
1 tbsp Sesame oil
2 tsp Soy Sauce
250 grams All-purpose flour
CHICKEN SHUMAI RECIPE

CHICKEN SHUMAI RECIPE

Cuisine:
  • 1 hour 20 minutes
  • Serves 4
  • Easy

Ingredients

Introduction

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Shao Mai (or shumai) is a traditional Chinese dumpling commonly discovered in (guǎng dōng), the Guangdong Province. It is frequently loaded down with pork or shrimp. Despite the generalization that the Chinese eat rice with each feast, it is lovely to eat Shao Mai without rice. Truth to be told, individuals don’t, for the most part, request rice with dim sum. 





DIM SUM??? Shaomai is a kind of Dim sum (diǎn xīn). It is a sort of Cantonese-style food that comprises little steamed or singed exquisite dumplings and dishes containing an assortment of fillings. Independently, the two characters signify “point/spot” and “heart” individually. When the dim sum is made right, it is called such because it should “contact your heart.” 

When interpreted, Dian Xin in a real sense signifies “dessert,” and just when utilized in the setting of a Cantonese-styled eatery, is it another term for the faint total. Shaomai is an absolute must-have in Cantonese-styled eateries since it is one of the most exemplary fuzzy aggregate things.

CHICKEN SHUMAI RECIPE 

Shumai, or open steamed dumplings, are frequently connected with Cantonese food. However, it’s conceivable to utilize ground chicken or additional lean ground pork to make the filling. Shumai is a kind of Chinese dumpling frequently connected with Cantonese cooking. While numerous West have gotten comfortable with it through the faint aggregate (yum cha), it exists in multiple structures. 

We know vast numbers of you love shumai or siu mai, those little pieces of ground meat wrapped with wonton skin and served at faint aggregate cafés in Chinatown. 

These little steamed dumplings arrive in a bit of bamboo liner. They are acceptable to the point that each nibble is continually overflowing with the filling’s newness and succulent integrity. 

We love it as well, and you can frequently discover many at Chinese cafés at the end of the week.

While shumai (siu mai) is generally made with pork, we needed to make a HALAL (without pork) form so everybody can appreciate this great dumpling. 

The formula is straightforward, calls for ground chicken. All the fixings can be virtually found at standard stores, and everybody can attempt this chicken shu mai formula at home!

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Steps

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Add flour, a pinch of salt, and ¾ cup of water into a bowl and mix them. Do not add too much water as we need to make the semi-stiff dough to make the wonton wrappers. Once the dough is formed, set it aside to rest and intact properly for about 20-25 minutes.

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Knead the dough again after keeping it aside, and it will give a much mother feeling and texture. Now create small dough balls out of the kneaded dough and roll them on a flat and clean surface.

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You can either use a cutter or create small thin sheets out of the dough yourself. Make sure they are not too thick. Do not exceed the shape more than 4 inches, and keep using flour to keep the dough dry while rolling.

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Once you are finished with rolling dough sheets, take a bowl and add minced meat along with all the ingredients, including vegetables, spices, and oils, into it and merge well. Ensure everything is finely chopped or grated once you add it to the minced meat, as we want everything to be small and mixed properly. Meat can be of your choice as well, like beef, bacon, or lamb, and you can also fry it before adding it into the sheets if you don't want to eat your meat a little raw.

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Grab a dough sheet and add a standard amount of meat mixture in the center. Create a small cup style pleated shape and do not close the top of the sheet. Make as many as possible and align them accordingly in your steam pot.

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You can also add dressing to your recipes like chopped green onions, chili sauce, or green peas on top before cooking them.

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Steam your wonton wrapped chicken shumai for 10-15 minutes in deep steam and serve hot with your choice sauce.

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