dimsum

Dim Sum at Home: It’s Easier Than You Think!

Delicious dumplings and fluffy steamed buns are easier to make than you might expect. In some cases, you may need to acquire ingredients foreign to your daily rotation, but once you have those base essentials, you can put together a lot of these spectacular dishes with just a little planning! With the Lunar New Year coming up this weekend, now might be just the time to put together an impressive array of Dim Sum at home with these awesome recipes.

Shanghai Soup Dumplings (Xiao Long Bao) from EpicuriousShanghai Soup Dumplings (Xiao Long Bao) from Epicurious Photo by Noel Barnhurst

Photo by Noel Barnhurst

 

Steamed Pork Buns (Char Siu Bao) from My RecipesSteamed Pork Buns (Char Siu Bao) from My Recipes Photo by Becky Luigart-Stayner

Photo by Becky Luigart-Stayner

 

 

Har Gow from Food.comHar Gow from Food Photo from Keropok

Photo by Keropok

 

Smoked Oyster Sticky Rice Wrapped in Lotus Leaf from EpicuriousSmoked Oyster Sticky Rice Wrapped in Lotus Leaf from Epicurious Photo by Marcus Nilsson

Photo by Marcus Nilsson

 

Shrimp Siu Mai (Dumplings) from Food NetworkShrimp Siu Mai (Dumplings) from Food Network

 

Chinese-Style Spare Ribs from Martha StewartChinese-Style Spare Ribs from Martha Stewart Photo by Con Poulos

Photo by Con Poulos

 

Sesame Balls with Drunken Fig Filling from EpicuriousSesame Balls with Drunken Fig Filling from Epicurious Photo by Pate Eng

Photo by Pate Eng

 

 

Egg Tarts from My RecipesEgg Tarts from My Recipes Photo by Leigh Beisch

Photo by Leigh Beisch

Related searches on Yummly:

COMMENTS

You might also like