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Bánh bột lọc - Vietnamese clear shrimp & pork dumpling

Bánh bột lọc - Vietnamese clear shrimp & pork dumpling


I'm eating Vietnamese food tonight so I thought it was time for this. Plus the accompanying song made me feel happy.

With thanks to https://www.youtube.com/user/HelenRecipes



Full recipe in English and Vietnamese athttp://danangcuisine.com/?p=660
Ingredients
400gr tapioca starch
200gr shrimp
Ingredients
For the dough
400g (14 oz) tapioca starch
250ml water (1 cup) boiling hot water
For the filling
200g (7 oz) shrimps, deveined and diced
200g (7 oz) pork belly, diced
1 tsp minced shallot
1 tsp minced garlic
Salt & pepper
½ tsp paprika powder
2 tsp vegetable oil
1 tbsp sugar
1 tbsp fish sauce
For garnish
100g spring onion, chopped
¼ cup vegetable oil
Cilanto and fresh red chili, choppped
Vietnamese dipping fish sauce "nuoc cham"http://youtu.be/OrUZzchXGzo

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Soundtrack by Le Cat Trong Ly - "It's so great to be a girl"

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