Banh Bot Loc La is a small, chewy, translucent pork and shrimp dumpling. The pork-and-shrimp-filled dumpling is wrapped in a small piece of banana leaf, steamed in large batches, and served with a side of sweet chili dipping sauce.
STEP 1.Blanch the banana leaves in boiling water for one minute to sterilize and soften. Then drain and wipe dry with a room towel. Also, cut a number of the banana leaf into strips to tie the dumplings later.
STEP 2.Methodology one to form the dough (using stove) during a little pan, mix all ingredients for the flour paste and stir well to dissolve. Awaken the stove and cook on medium-high whereas perpetually stirring.
STEP 3.Once the starch starts being steamed and sticks to the lowest of the pan and also the whisk, lower the warmth to medium-low and continue whisking till the batter thickens into a paste. Close up the warmth before it reaches the specified thickness because the remaining heat from the pan can still cook and thicken the paste. Methodology a pair of to form the flour paste (using microwave) during a microwavable bowl, mix all ingredients for the flour paste and stir well to dissolve.
STEP 4.Microwave for one minute thirty seconds. Eliminate and scrape off the perimeters. Stir well. Microwave for an additional one minute.
STEP 5.Eliminate and whereas it is still hot, whisk smartly and perpetually till it thickens and turns into a paste. Place one piece of banana leaf on a flat surface, the dark aspect facing up.
STEP 6.Brush some oil in the middle of a part of the banana leaf sheet. Unfold regarding one tablespoon quantity of the paste within the middle. Place caramelized shrimp and pork (one piece each) on the prime of the paste. Cowl it with another teaspoon of the paste. Fold on either side and ends like incontestable.
STEP 7.Repeat till the end of the paste. Use the strings to tie try of} dumplings along as a pair.
STEP 8.Steam for 20-25 minutes. Serve with fish sauce and shredded chili.
calories per serving
10 g Fat6 g Protein103 g Carbs21 g FiberOther
Vitamins & Minerals
Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet. All nutritional information presented are estimates and not meant to substitute professional dietary advice or treatment