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Xianqian Tang Yuan Dumplings

Dim Sum and Other Snack Foods

Xianqian Tang Yuan Dumplings
1 Tablespoon vegetable oil
4 Tablespoons hand-chopped pork
1 pre-prepared Wenzhou steamed dumpling recipe made into sixteen balls of dough
2 Tablespoons ground white sesame seeds
1 Tablespoon ground black sesame seeds
3 Tablespoons brown bean paste
4 cups chicken broth, optional
1. Heat oil in a wok or fry pan, and stir-fry the minced pork until no longer pink. Remove from wok or fry pan and allow to cool.
2. Mix cooled stir-fried pork with the ground white and black sesame seeds and brown bean paste. Then put two tablespoons of this mixture into each piece of dumpling dough, wet the edges, and pleat to seal.
3. Steam over boiling water for ten minutes, then serve plain, with Poh Piah or another dipping sauce.
Note: The dough can be rolled into forty smaller balls, each one filled with one to two teaspoons of the filling, then boiled for eight minutes in four cups of chicken broth. Then serve it as a soup with dumplings.

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