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Dim sim

Steamed or fried dumplings, served with soy sauce for dipping. These tasty little dumpling will delight all. Uncooked dim sims freeze well And can be steamed from frozen.

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Steamed prawn dim sim

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Dim Sim - The Australianised version of Cantonese dim sum was first mass produced by William Wing Young & Co. in Melbourne in the years after World War II. The dim sim became popular as fast-food at sporting events and then began to be sold at many corner stores, eaten by people who had never set foot inside a Chinese restaurant.

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Today I teach you how to make the classic Australian staple 'Dim Sims' from scratch. To the music of 'Down Under' by Men At Work...with a little twist! Source

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DIM SIMS - 8 ounces uncooked medium shrimp 1 pound boneless lean pork, raw ¼ head small cabbage (about 4 ounces) 6 green onions 2 eggs, slightly beaten 3 tbsp cornstarch 4 tsp soy sauce 1 tbsp sesame oil 2 tsp oyster sauce 48 wonton wrappers 3 cups vegetable oil ~ for frying

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Chinese Dumplings Dim Sum _ steamed "open" dumplings with minced meat and shrimp. Seasoned with ginger and soy sauce.

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