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- 2 x garlic cloves chopped
- 3 x 1 cm slices of smoked tofu - cubed
- 1 x small carrot - grated
- 1 cup x fine sliced asian cabbage
- 1 tspn curry powder
- 1 package x wonton wrapper
- 2 tspn fresh ginger, grated
- 1 tspn sesame oil
- 1 x lemon or lime - the juice of it
- 1-3 tspn raw sugar or agave sirup
- 1 handful fresh sliced spring onions
Very simple – use a frying pan and heat some Sunflower oil. Start to fry the onion, garlic and mince and stir to combine. Add the veggies and spices/herbs and cook for about 10 min. When finish let it cool down a bit and start to fill in the wonton wrapper – it is very easy to handle because the dough sticks together very well when you push it together to close the wonton.
When you finished the filling, steam it. I used a Chinese bamboo steamer — heated some water in a pot and steamed the Dim Sims approx 10 – 15 min.
To make the dipping sauce:
Just add the ingredients to make a good balanced sauce between sweet and sour — I had approx a good splash of Soy Sauce, 1 teaspoon of Sesame Oil, juice of a lemon or lime, 1-2 teaspoon raw sugar and a bit of water.
Serve the Dim Sims on a plate – top with the sauce and some fresh chopped spring onions.
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Oooh, this looks good. Where can I get smoked tofu? I think I might be able to make it myself as well as I have a smoker.
I buy my smoked tofu at my vegan food store — Brisbane, the green edge. It should be available in every vegan food store — if not — make your own. You already have a smoker, thats awesome — just use that or use liquid smoke what I use — also from my vegan store
don’t they? I shared this with a couple of vegan friends and I hope they try it and rate them asap … I cant eat soy, but the flavours all sound lush
I am looking forward to your feedback from your friends — if you can’t eat tofu, just leave it. Should be also delicous without it
*cheeky chukkle* I was going to slip in chikken or pork mince and pretend .. sorry lol
Thank you so much
Divine! Looks delicious! Can’t wait to make it!
Thanks so much for your feedback Melissa
Can you freeze these before cooking? And do you cook from frozen or thaw first?