Chef Fu de Jun shows us how to make China’s most popular dim sum dish
Dim sum – the Chinese weekend dining pastime, mixing small dumplings and dishes with tea and laidback feel. Har gow – a shrimp dumping which is the most classic and recognisable of dim sum dishes. Below – how to make your own har gow, courtesy of top restaurant The China Club’s chef Fu de Jun
Ingredients: 20gm Water chestnut minced 20gm Bamboo shoot 100gm Shrimp meat 25gm Corn starch 3gm Salt 1gm White pepper powder 100gm Refined starch 3gm Sesame oil 25gm Sugar white
Method: 1. Marinate shrimp with cornstarch and 20gms of sugar then keep inside the chiller for than 30 minutes.