Makes 25 dumplings. If you cannot find fresh lotus root they also come in a can, can also sub for water chestnuts, or just completely take them out. By the time everything's mixed in all they do is provide crunch, which could also be replaced by carrots.
Course: Main Course
1tsp Soy Sauce
1/4tsp Sesame Oil
1 Thai Red Pepper
2tbsp Lotus Root
1pinch Sea Salt
- 1/4 lb ground pork1 tsp soy sauce1/4 tsp sesame oil1 scallion1 large egg1 tsp ginger1 tsp garlic1 thai red chilli2 Tablespoons lotus root (chopped fine)1/4 C cabbage (salted for 10mins, drained from all its water, then chopped fine)salt (just a little because there's already salt in the cabbage)
- Dough (green)1/2 C all purpose flourlil salt1/4 C spinach water (blend 1/2 a handful of spinach with water and strain with paper towel or cheese cloth)note I only used 1 Table spoon from this but this will vary from location (if you're in a more humid place, then less water, etc) I wrote 1/4 C so you can have that allowance if you need more
- 1/2 C all purpose flourlil salt1 Tablespoon warm water (I boiled then I cooled down to warm)
2cups Chicken Stock
1 Spring Onion
2 Shiitake Mushroom
2tsp Soy Sauce
2tsp Fish Sauce
1pack Wonton noodles
- 2 Cups chicken stock1 Cup water4 large ginger slices1 clove garlic1 green onion (sliced down the middle)2 shiitake mushrooms (cut in half)2 tsp soy sauce2 tsp fish saucepackage of wonton noodles
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