Chinese Soup Dumplings Recipe
Dumplings and Baozi (buns) are usually eaten for breakfast or snacks. In this recipe we will talk about soup dumplings, this kind of dumplings is a different variation that you can easily find in Shanghai, the most famous place where you can find the Shanghai Xiaolongbao. Xiaolongbao has always been very famous and very tasty, but we found out that some ingredient will leave your mouth a little sticky, but also greasy , so found out a recipe that will result less sticky and greasy . The taste will be very good, rich with a delicious soup, tasting it will not leave your mouth too greasy, much delicious than those bought. Don't wait for the dumplings to cool down, because the skin may harden, so the best taste and texture is to eat them freshly steamed.
PS. We used frozen dumplings skin that you can easily find in every Asian shop
Pour into a bowl the ground pork, minced ginger, salt, soy sauce, olive oil and mix
Add the 200g broth
When the filling is thin, put it in the refrigerator for half an hour, will be more convenient for packing
Sprinkle some flour on the skin sheets
Put the filling on the middle of the sheet
Put everything on a steamer and start boil the water
Serve the dumplings with vinegar!