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Swmming Gold Fish

Fish and Seafood

Swmming Gold Fish
10 boneless duck feet, simmered for one hour, then their bones removed and discarded
1 teaspoon sesame oil
1 Chinese black mushroom, soaked for half an hour, then stem removed and discarded
2 whole fresh chili peppers
1/2 pound fresh shrimp, shells and veins removed and discarded, then minced
1 inch cube pork fat, minced
1 egg white
1 teaspoon Chinese rice wine
dash salt and ground white pepper
1 teaspoon cornstarch
3 Tablespoons chicken broth
1 teaspoon cornstarch
1 teaspoon vegetable oil
1. Soak boned duck feet in sesame oil for half an hour.
2. Sliver mushroom and set aside.
3. Cut chili pepper across the width making circles, and set aside.
4. Mix shrimp and fat, add egg white, rice wine, and salt and pepper, and the cornstarch and make into ten oval-shaped pieces. Stuff one boneless duck foot into one end of each one making the tail of the fish. Then make two eyes with the chili pepper slices and push them into the other end of the shrimp mixture, add a short piece of mushroom pushed between them for the nose.
5. Oil a heat-proof plate, and put the swimming fish around, tails facing center. Steam over boiling water for five minutes, remove and drain any liquid, then serve.

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