15 September 2014

Steamed Pork Buns (Dim Sim / Dim Sum)


This is an easy  and quick version of famous Chinese Pork buns. Traditionally, Dim Sums are made with yeast dough and leftovers from grilled pork. These are nothing less delicious and quick.

Ingredients:
Dough-
2 1/2 cups SR flour
1/2 tsp salt
1 cup water
Filling-
250 g pork mince
1 small onion, diced
1 tbs oil
3-5 garlic cloves, crushed
1 piece of ginger (2-3 cm), grated
1-2 tbs soy sauce
2-3 tbs Hoisin sauce
pepper to taste

Method
Heat oil, saute onions, garlic and ginger. Add mince and cook until change colour. Add sauces and seasoning, and let it evaporate until half juices gone. Cool slightly.
Make soft dough, divide into 8. Roll out each into a circle. Fill with a spoonful of cooled mixture and enclose edges, making a ball. Place each ball onto a piece of baking paper.
Bring your steamer to boil; place prepared dough onto steamer with some space between (they will grow), cover and steam for 12-15 minutes. Take out carefully and serve with soy sauce (optional).


Dim Sim / Kineski napareni hljeb sa punjenjem od svinjetine

Tradicionalno, Dim Sim se pravi sa kvascem i preostalog grilovanog mesa (svinjetina) i 'pece' se na pari u bambusovim posudama. Ovo je brza verzija, koja ne zaostaje za ukusom u odnosu na originalne. Za one koji nemaju 'steamer' (posuda  za pecenje na pari), predlazem da iznad kljucale vode u loncu stave neku resetku ili cjediljku i poklope odgovarajucim poklopcem.

Potrebno:
Tijesto-
2 1/2 solje samodizajuceg brasna
1/2 k soli
1 solja vode
Fil-
250 gr mljevene svinjetine
1 manji crveni luk, sjeckan
1 K ulja
3-5 cena bijelog luka, protisnutog
1 komad (2-3 cm) djumbira, sitno rendanog
1-2 K soja sosa
2-3 K Hoisin sosa (Kineski slatkasti, tamni sos) - nije neophodno
biber prema ukusu

Nacin:
Zagrijte ulje, proprzite luk, djumbir i bijeli luk. Dodajte meso i przite dok ne promijeni boju. Zacinite i ubacite soseve, zatim ostavite da polovina tekucine ispari. Prohladite.
Umijesite tijesto i podijelite na 8. Razvucite svaki dio u krug i filujte sa punom kasikom fila. Zatvorite ivice stiskajuci prstima, pa svaku pripremljenu lopticu stavite na komad ne-prijanjajuceg papira. Zagrijte vodu u posudi do kljucanja, postavite tijesto sa papirom na resetku (sa razmakom- narast ce, a ako se dodiruje ostace zalijepljeno), poklopite i pecite iznad pare oko 12-15 minuta. Ponovite postupak radije, nego da pretrpate posudu!  (Ja sam 'pekla' po 3 sa dosta razmaka i odvojene papirom). Pazljivo izvadite i sluzite sa soja sosem







14 comments:

  1. I would love to have it right now on my plate:)

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  2. Kod tebe uvijek nesto zanimljivo. Super mi je ovo.

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  3. Kineska kuhinja mi je vrlo interesantna. Ove tvoje kuglice super izgledaju, radila sam nešto slično ali u slatkoj varijanti :)

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  4. Nisam nikad probala, izgleda jako ukusno

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  5. Opet nešto sasvim novo za mene. Izgleda jako ukusno. :-)

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  6. Wow, you made those nice and round! So good!

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  7. Ove pork buns obično jedem kad odem na pijacu.Mnogo ih volim,a baš bih mogla i da ih napravim!

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  8. Yummy! I can imagine that home made buns taste amazing!

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  9. Mmmm volim buns, bas dobro izgledaju :)

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  10. Nisam nikad čula za ovo, a zanimljivo je.

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  11. Jako dobro izgleda, sigurno je i ukusno, ovo je jelo za poslužiti ga u društvu, zabilježeno !

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  12. Wow! That last picture just sent shivers down my spine in craving. Hahaha! Those pork buns look extremely delicious. I'm definitely whipping up some buns of my own, and maybe put on a personal touch by adding mushrooms in the filling. Hahaha! Thank you so much for sharing that appetizing recipe! Happy cooking!

    Bob Andrews @ Chili House

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