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Dim sum
Dim sum
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If you are thinking about making your own dim sum this recipe is perfect to start with. Dim sum is a popular small steamed boiled delicacy from Hong Kong. You can find them filled with vegetables, fish, meat or seafood. Best served hot together with rice or vegetables and don’t forget to dip them in Chinese soy sauce.

Ingredient List for 4 servings:
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7 gr Dry yeast
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150 ml Luke warm water
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250 gr Flour
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150 ml Luke warm milk
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1 teaspoon Sugar
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250 gr Pork meat
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1 tablespoon Butter
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1 Garlic clove
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1 tablespoon Sesame oil
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20 gr Leek
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1 tablespoon Chinese soy sauce
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1 teaspoon Cornstarch
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Start by mixing the yeast, sugar and lukewarm water together. Let it rest until the mixture has becomes double in size.
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Add the flour and the milk bit by bit while working the mixture to a smooth dough. Work it on the kitchen bench for approximately 10 minutes.
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Put the dough back in the bowl. Place a plastic film and a towel on top and let it rest minimum 1 hour.
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Cut the meat in small pieces and fry it in the butter in a frying pan. Add the soy sauce, press the garlic clove in a garlic press and add.
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Cut the leek in small pieces and add in the frying pan together with the sesame oil. While stirring add the cornstarch and let it all become sticky.
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Time to work the dough on the bench again for 5 minutes. Roll the dough in to a long roll and cut in 15 pieces.
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Make every dough piece in a round circle approximately 10 centimeter in diameter. Place the filling evenly on the dough and pinch together the top of each dim sum.
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Place in the fridge for 30-45 minutes.
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Steam boil the dim sum by placing water in a casserole and place something to hold the bamboo basket over the water. Place 4-5 dim sum on baking paper in the bamboo basket and steam boil for 8 minutes.
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