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« on: March 18, 2009, 07:26:37 PM »

Cooking is a hobby of mine. I LOVE to cook.
Here is my recepie for Won Ton Soup.
1 pack of ground pork (it's CHEAP!)
chopped scallions
minced garlic
salt and pepper(LOTS of pepper)
1 pack of wrappers

Skoosh the chopped green onions, minced garlic salt and pepper into the pork.

Spoon into wrapper and fold up.(wet edges with egg wash)
Spray with Pam.
Spray steamer with pam.
Steam for 6 minutes.

1 box of chicken stock.
Season with white pepper
add chopped green onions, thinly slice onions(just a few)
Add 'shrooms.
Serve and drop in 4-5 dumplings.

Dumplings can be served separately on a plate and dunked in a dipping sauce.
(Soy sauce, ginger, and sugar.)

I'll add photos when I'm allowed.  Wink

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« Reply #1 on: March 20, 2009, 09:37:58 PM »

Hi Cockatoo

That is a great looking soup. I can almost smell it!!  grin Thanks for the recipe! Gonna try it soon.



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« Reply #2 on: March 22, 2009, 10:18:27 PM »

Really great JOB:

Awesome demonstration, really great job - CURIOUS what type of mushrooms? I'm a big shitake fan. dried and rehydrated can be a bit over-whelming in the dumplings, but a real WOW in the soup broth!

Fresh shitakes are great chopped finely and saute'd until they arer just tender and open their flavors, dice a little and add to dumplings.

As we wrote about before, the main difference in mine, I add dark soy, sesame oil and a small bite of ginger. Oh... and your pam idea is a great hint, nothing worse than losing a beautiful dumpling to a steamer sticking issue - I'm gonna get writing out my Chinese Rib recipe now, I always keep a dozen or so packages of red dye rib rub around, nothing says Chinese Ribs like Red Dye no.9 - lol.

Really great to see your photos, obviously you enjoy cooking - we'll be comparing recipes, I know that Smiley


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« Reply #3 on: March 23, 2009, 01:50:53 PM »

I use whatever is on sale!
I'm frugal that way.  grin

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