Dim Sum - Asian Recipes!
250 Recipes Created by VEHAMILTON1
200 recipes! Listed: Dim Sum, Appetizers & Dim Sum, Make at Home Take Out, Egg Rolls,Steamed Eggs & Egg Fu Young, Noodles, Rice & Onigiri, Salads, Salad Dressing & Dipping Sauces, Soup & Hot Pots, Spring Rolls, Seafood, Main Dishes & Side Dishes, Stir Fry, Sushi, Desserts & Teas! Enjoy! Love, Vera
Recipes in this Collection
I love spicy Asian food!
I have collected some of the best of the great Asian, Chinese, Dim Sum, Japanese, Korean, Magnolian, Thai recipes that were submitted from our Spark Brothers and Sisters.
They have found new ways to make some of my favorite zesty and spicy "Take Out" recipes a little more healthy.
I hope that you will love these recipes too.
Love, VeraSubmitted by VEHAMILTON1
Recipes are grouped and listed in categories:
1. Dim Sum
2. Appetizers & Dim Sum
3. Make at Home Take Out
4. Egg Rolls
5. Steamed Eggs & Egg Fu Young
7. Rice & Onigiri
9. Salad Dressing & Dipping Sauces
10. Soup & Hot Pots
11. Spring Rolls
13. Main Dishes & Side Dishes
14. Stir Fry
16. Desserts & TeasSubmitted by VEHAMILTON1
Chinese chefs use yeast bread dough for making steamed breads. The dough is twice risen, first with yeast and then with baking powder which is kneaded into the dough making it very light and fluffy. I have reduced the amount of white flour in the standard recipe and added wheat flour. I have also made this dough in a bread machine and then baked it in the oven.Submitted by CDANLY
Enjoy fast food made in your kitchen with a fraction of the bad stuff! A single-serving healthier version of Wendy's Sweet and Spicy Asian Boneless Chicken Wings for my blog: fastfoodfacelift.blogspot.comSubmitted by THENEXTJESS
A perfect dinner to make with family, or to spice up a romantic night at home. This will give you and yours the quality time to talk and get to know each other. While enjoying an Exotic, Fun, Colorful, and delicious made from scratch meal.Submitted by RAECROSS
My riff off of Chinese Dim Sum but with a Japanese teriyaki flavour inside. Instead of using meat I made a blend of TVP (Textured Vegetable Protein) granules and crunchy, diced water chestnuts with a sweet and spicy BBQ-style teriyaki sauce. A stint in the steamer later and you have succulent, filling and whole wheat dumplings on your hands! Makes about 16, 4 per serving.Submitted by JO_JO_BA
Much of the time is idle time; waiting for the yeast and dough to proof. It's not super easy, but not terribly hard either. But it's worth it, they come out light, soft and fluffy; nothing like those generic ones from the supermarket. Excellent for dipping curries or for soaking up sauces and gravies.Submitted by CICIPUREBRED
Light brown footballs frequently found on dim sum menus.
**One must add extra calories (perhaps about 100 or so) to account for the oil it picks up after deep frying)...please share your insights on how many calories this may be.Submitted by BROWNCAB