Saturday, April 23, 2011

Lazy Saturday Yum Cha.

So technically Yum Cha isn't supposed to be a dinner food, but we decided that it would do just fine for us and a couple of dear friends tonight when we wanted something cheap and cheerful that hits the spot.

Tasty, home cooked pork buns
This handy dandy steamer basket is just the ticket for your home-cooked Yum Cha. They are available for around $10 at your local Asian supermarket, and dollar stores. We just stock up on frozen pork buns, shrimp dumplings, dim sims etc when we go to the Asian supermarket and keep them in the freezer for times when we don't have a lot of time!

Easy to cook, it takes around 12 minutes per course. You can get multiple steamer baskets and stack them on top of each other, or just do one course at a time. All you need to do is boil some water, put the steamer basket on top full of tasty Yum Cha goodness, and wait for a little bit! Never fails to please.

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