Wanna make Dim Sum at home? Yes it’s really easy to make Siew Mai at home. As you can see from the video, Roland added quite a big proportion of prawn paste to the pork which makes the siew mai more chewy. If you prefer your siew mai to be meatier, then reduce the proportion of prawn paste please.
Watch our YouTube video to see how we made these yummy meatballs or scroll to the end for the list of ingredients used
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Makes about 18 pieces
300g of minced pork
300g of prawns – minced into paste form (can reduce to 150g for a meatier version of siew mai)
30g of scallops – chopped into small pieces (optional)
4 teaspoons of corn flour
1 tablespoon of young ginger juice (grate ginger first then squeeze out juice)
2 tablespoons of light soy sauce
1/2 tablespoon of concentrated chicken stock or granulated chicken stock
1 teaspoon of salt
1 teaspoon of sugar
Some wanton or sui kow skin – about 18-20 pieces. (Sui kow = prawn dumpling)
Some carrots – chopped into small pieces (as topping on siew mai)