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Shanghai food: chinese orecchiette

Wednesday, June 9th, 2010
shanghai food - chinese orecchiette

shanghai food - chinese orecchiette

shanghai food - chinese orecchiette

shanghai food - chinese orecchiette

Materials:
Flour, warm water, a little salt and olive oil.

Practice:
1. Dough making with warm water and a little salt. Let the dough ferment for a while, and then keep making.
2. Cut the dough into several 100g doughs, roll them into long shapes, and then brush on olive oil.
3. Let the dough ferment for a while, then you can cut into 1 cm short sections.
4. With a big finger pressure and a push, then the chinese orecchiette came out.
5. Boil orecchiette about 3 minutes, then pour down the meatballs soup made in advance and you can eat.

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Shanghai food: Shui Jian Bao

Wednesday, May 26th, 2010

Shanghai food - Shui Jian Bao

shanghai food - Shui Jian Bao

Materials:
ground beef (200 grams), onion (1 piece), black pepper (5 grams), salt (3 grams), soy sauce (15ml), sugar (8 grams), sesame oil (15ml), starch (50ml).

Practice:
1. Add 15ml of starch, salt and spring onion, soy sauce, black pepper, sugar into ground beef, whipped up into a group in the same direction until the meat is sticky, and the last one, add sesame oil to mix well.
2. Pull the dough into table-tennis-size pieces, roll to make it with the middle thick and thin all around, then wraped with beef.
3. Plaster the pan with a thin layer of oil, use paper towels to wipe off excess oil, then add dumplings and fry with low heat so that the bottom of dumplings can absorb some oil.
4. Pour the remaining water starch, close the lid, and fry with a medium heat.
5. Open the lid until water in the pot gradually dry and turn into a small fire, pour 15ml of cooking oil and sprinkle a spoon of sesame seeds, and then continue to simmer till the bottom turns to be golden.

Tips:
1. Add the starch water twice, each with different roles.
2. We often used to directly add the starch into the meat, while in this way, the meat is easy to get dehydrated. But if we add starch which has been added into water before, such meat will not taste of dry.

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Shanghai food: Zi Fan Gao

Monday, May 24th, 2010
Shanghai food: Zi Fan Gao

shanghai food: Zi Fan Gao

Materials:
150 grams of rice and 150 grams of glutinous rice, a little salt and sugar.

Practice:
1. The washed glutinous rice should be soaked for 4 hours, and the washed rice should be soaked for half an hour.
2. Soaked glutinous rice is poured into cooker for cooking after mixed with rice.
3. Cooked rice is mashed up by one end of a rolling pin, and then mix the rice with a little salt or sugar together.
4. The rice is put into a crisper which is covered with firm pressure.
5. Freezeing for two hours.
6. The frozen rice is cut into box.
7. Fry the rice in the fifty-to-fifty-hot oil.

Notes:
1. Do not put too much rice together when frying in case of being sticked together.
2. You can choose sweet or salty taste by yourself.

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