This is great served as an appetizer or part of a Dim Sum brunch. Over the next few weeks I will be submitting other recipes suitable for Dim Sum. I will name and number them "Bergy Dim Sum 1, 2 etc." Many of the recipes will be freezer friendly so it is easy on the hostess (host) on the day of the brunch Edited 13 Dec 03 It has been a while since I made this recipe and found it was a bit light in the taste so I added 3/4 tsp hot chili flakes and 2 tbsp Schezwan sauce - just right for me. Do what the recipe says the first time and then you can spice it up. Do not mince the chestnuts, shoots & crab too fine you want a bit of crunch left.
- add 1 tablespoon soy sauce
- add 1 can crab (155g or use artificil crab al)
- add 2 tablespoons dry sherry
- add 2 teaspoons sesame seed oil
- add 1/2 can 8 fl oz bamboo shoots
- add 6 shallots
- add 1/4 cup minced mushrooms
- add 8 ounces minced pork (or chicken)
- add 1/2 can 8 fl oz water chestnuts
- add 8-16 whole lettuce leaves
- add 1 tablespoon lite olive oil
- add 2 teaspoons oyster sauce
- Heat oil in a skillet and add minced pork, toss until dark golden brown Add mushrooms, water chestnuts, bamboo shoots,crab and shallots.
- Toss well, cook 1 minute Combine sesame oil,oyster sauce& sherry, add to pan and toss until well combined, remove from heat.
- Have a bowl of cleaned lettuce leaves ready.
- When you are ready to serve this course bring the hot pork mixture and lettuce leaves to the table.
- Everyone helps themselves to a lettuce leaf adds a heaping tbsp of the pork, rolls the leaf around the meat and Enjoy!
- Optional: You may servea sauce to go along with the wraps, serve on the side.Something like recipe#48345 Asian Dipping Sauce by Markthegastonome or a spicy one of your choosing