Pork Siomai is a Chinese food that we’ve been adapted by us. It is obviously one of the most common foods here in the Philippines. Everybody loves it. But when a buyer of this food doesn’t satisfy with the look, he or she will hesitate to buy it if it doesn’t look appealing. Sometimes a buyer would be hooked on the looks but when it comes to taste, the grade is failed. Therefore, the buyer will never come back to you, if you are trying to sell this.
But if you are just a happy eater of this Pinoy food, then you definitely try cooking it yourself. You’ll save some money and you will also have the option on how you want it to be.
Pork Siomai Recipe
• ½ kilo giniling na baboy, walang taba (gilingin ng 2 beses)
• ½ tasa ginadgad na singkamas
• 1 kutsara tinadtad na spring onions
• ½ kutsarita asin
• 1 itlog
• 2 kutsara toyo
• 2 kutsara gawgaw
• 1 tbsp. Msg (vetsin)
• 30-40 piraso siomai wrappers
Paraan ng Pagluluto:
- Paghaluin ang lahat ng sangkap.
- Balutin kada isang kutsara ang dami.
- Pahiran ng langis ang steamer plate; ayusin ng hindi bababa sa 1 pulgada ang layo, upang hindi magkadikit-dikit kapag naluto.
- Magpakulo ng tubig sa steamer bago ilagay ang steamer plate.
- Pasingawan ng 30-45 minuto.
- Ihain ng may toyo, ginisang bawang at sili at kalamansi.
Looking for other Lutong Pinoy Recipes to try on? Feel free to check out our pork recipes, chicken recipes and desserts.
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