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Ching Ming Dumplings

Holiday and Celebration Foods

Ching Ming Dumplings
1 pound of glutinous rice flour
small handful of dried jing minced
5 to 6 ounces pork
1/3 pound of radish
1/4 cup water chestnuts
1/2 pound bamboo shoots
2 ounces dried bean curd
2 Tablespoons mushrooms
2 Tablespoons cooked beans
7 eggs, optional
few tablespoons peanuts
salt to taste
oil for frying
1. Mix flour, jing and water, then roll them out and cut into squares.
2. Cut all solid ingredients and stir-fry them. If using eggs, beat them in a bowl until light yellow, then fry as a pancake, and remove and cut into pieces.
3. Mix all other ingredients, put on the dough and shape as one would dumplings, but these should be three times larger than most dumplings.
4. Fry, boil steam, or in some manner, heat them through.

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