Har gow

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Har gow or Xiā jiǎo is a traditional Chinese dumpling served in dim sum.


The dumpling is sometimes called a shrimp bonnet for its pleated shape. Traditionally, har gow should have at least seven and preferably ten or more pleats imprinted on its wrapper. This dish is often served together with sieu mai; when served in such a manner the two items are collectively referred to as hargow-sieu mai (蝦餃燒賣).Big5.China.com.cn. "." 廣州茶飲. Retrieved on 2009-03-17.Yahoo.com. "." 街坊盅頭飯. Retrieved on 2009-03-15.


The wrappers are made with boiling water, to which wheat starch, tapioca starch, oil and a small amount of salt are added. The filling contains shrimp, cooked pork fat, bamboo shoots, scallions, cornstarch, sesame oil, soy sauce, sugar, and other seasonings. The pouch-shaped dumpling is then steamed in a bamboo basket until translucent; at the table it is usually dipped in soy sauce, or red color rice vinegar. When the dough for the wrapper is properly prepared and cooked, the dumpling has a slightly sticky, chewy texture. The shrimp are not overcooked, so they retain a slightly crisp texture. Ingredients vary...
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