Factory wholesale price for Biobased 7 inch plate to Birmingham Factory
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A pot for boiling the dumplings
A bowl for mixing the dough and later cooling the dumplings
A grill or grill pan
A small pan to cook the sauce
Bamboo skewers (Mine are 6 inches, longer is fine.)
250 mL Plain Rice Flour (joushinko or similar)
125 mL Sweetened/Glutinous Rice Flour (shiratamako or similar)
(Note: if you try to substitute mochiko, add ~1 Tbs cornstarch or potato starch)
~120 mL Warm/Hot-to-the-touch water
A pot of boiling salted water
105 mL water, (with 1 Tbs. cornstarch or potato starch or arrowroot dissolved in it.)
28 mL soy sauce
1 Tbs. mirin
1/2 Tbs rice vinegar (I use “sushi” vinegar.)
55 mL sugar
Mix the flours. Add the water slowly, mixing until it forms a soft dough that feels a bit dry to the touch. It’s a very pleasant dough to handle.
Divide the dough up into about 20-25 pieces. Roll them into dumplings.
Bring the pot to a boil and add salt.
Dump the dumplings into the boiling water. When they begin to float, let them cook 3 minutes.
When they are done, remove them with a slotted spoon (or similar) and drop them into a waiting bowl of cold water.
When the dumplings have cooled enough, skewer them (4-5 per skewer)
Drop them in the grill pan (or place on grill) over medium heat, leave them long enough to sear slightly.
(Begin making Mitarashi sauce, below.)
Turn dumplings once or twice to sear other sides.
Remove from grill pan (or grill) and set on plate to await sauce.
Begin making Mitarashi sauce while dumplings are grilling:
Put the soy sauce, mirin, and vinegar in a measuring cup for easy pouring, set aside.
Add water to the pot/pan you are using for sauce. Add the cornstarch (or similar) and stir hard to dissolve. When it is in solution, put it on heat to boil.
Continue stirring (almost continually), and add the soy sauce/mirin/vinegar mixture. Then stir in sugar.
Let boil, stirring continually, until the sauce thickens to a syrupy consistency.
Lower the heat to absolute minimum. Continue stirring until the pan/pot cools somewhat.
When dumplings are done, pour sauce liberally over them, spinning the dumplings in the sauce to ensure an even coating.
Ta da! Mitarashi dango, bing bang boom!
Excellent as an appetizer (one skewer each) or as a simple meal (all for you), with maybe some soup and/or salad.
By Amy 2015-12-15 17:35
The goods we received and the sample sales staff display to us have the same quality, it is really a creditable manufacturer.
By Nana 2016-9-13 12:37