Indonesian style siumay. This recipe is created by the founder of the cooking club I joined. My son happens to favor this kind of snacks in rainy season. Here is how you cook that.
Sieve all dry ingredients in a mixing bowl. Pour the milk mixture into the mixing bowl then add in butter. Stir with wooden spoon or simply squeeze with your fingers. You can cook Indonesian style siumay using 12 ingredients and 9 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Indonesian style siumay
- It’s of white fish fillet.
- Prepare of shallots.
- It’s of garlic.
- You need of ground pepper.
- You need of chicken buillion.
- Prepare of granulated sugar.
- Prepare of salt.
- Prepare of sesame oil.
- It’s of eggs.
- It’s of labu air or zucchini, steamed, grated & drained.
- You need of sagoo flour.
- It’s of store bought wonton wrappers.
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Indonesian style siumay instructions
- Mince finely the fish.
- Grind the shallots, garlics, sugar & salt into very fine texture..
- Mix well the fish, ground mixture, ground pepper, chicken buillion & sesame oil in a bowl..
- Add in the eggs one at a time, mix well..
- Add in the labu air or you can exchange with zucchini, and mix well..
- Add in the sagoo flour gradually. The texture supposed to be a soft dough..
- Prepare store bought wonton wrappers. Take one sheet & put a tablespoon of the dough on the wrapper. Then fold as you like..
- Put the stuffed siumay on a tray that has been greased with some cooking oil. Line them densely & brush some water on top..
- Steam for 20 minutes on medium high or until well cooked..
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