Gingery steamed dumplings

Yield: 1 servings

Measure Ingredient
1 pack Garden Sausage (Wholesome &
\N \N Hearty Foods, INc.>
\N \N Fresh hot-tasting powdered
\N \N Ginger
\N x Kikkoman lite soy sauce
1 pack Won ton wrappers
\N x A few Chinese style pea
\N \N Pods

Warm 4 patties at a time in the microwave for about 30 seconds, which is hopefully time enough to thaw them but not make them too hot to handle. Lay out several won ton wrappers, then put a little wad of the Garden Sausage (I got about 6 dumplings per patty) in the center of each wrapper. Sprinkle with ginger and soy sauce. I put a little slice of pea pod in about ½ of the dumplings just to make it more interesting.

Pinch the won ton wrappers closed at the top. Put as many as will fit side by side into a steamer basket in a sauce pan (at least that's how I did it because the rice steamer was occupado) with a little boiling water in the bottom. Cover and steam for 5+ minutes.

The won ton wrappers I used came covered in a little flour and I figured that when the wrappers looked moist rather than floury they were done.

Serve with little dishes of hot Asian-style mustard and /or light soy sauce.

Posted by sally charette <ECZ5SCC@...> to the Fatfree Digest [Volume 15 Issue 11] Feb. 11, 1995.

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