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John Scardina
From Pleasant Prairie, US
Member Since Jan, 2014
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Recipe for Spinach and Mung Bean Dim Sum

Won-ton pastry 20 sheets, fresh, yes you can find GF won-ton

Peanut oil 3 tbsp

Scallion 1/2 bunch, diced bulbs and green part

Garlic 1 clove crushed

Spinach 2 cups fresh cut in strips

Tofu 1 cup diced (I do not use Tofu)

Mung beans 1 can organic drained

Soy sauce 3-4 tbsp

Egg white 1, beaten

Fresh Chives 1 bunch

Black pepper to taste

Preparation Method

Heat the oil in a pan and fry the scallions, chives, (save some chives for garnish), and the garlic. Add the spinach, tofu and the mung beans and season with soy sauce and ground black pepper.

Spread out the pastry sheets and brush with the beaten egg white. Place some of the vegetable filling in the middle of each sheet. Bring the corners of each pastry sheet and pinch together to seal

Fill a wok with sufficient water so that when the bamboo steamer is placed inside, it floats and does not touch the pan. Place the dim sum parcels in the bamboo steamer and cover. Place a lid on the wok and allow the dim sum to steam for around 10 minutes. Serve with soy sauce. Enjoy!

Spinach and Mung Bean Dim Sum
Prepration Time: 0 hrs 25 mins
Cook Time: 0 hrs 35 mins
Serves: 4 Persons
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