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 Post Posted: Fri Apr 13, 2007 3:14 am 
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Does anyone know how to make the stuffing for the popiah (springroll) with the white skin that we can buy at hawker stall but are not vegetarian?

I also looking for the recipe of the following:

- soon keuh
- bak chang
- dumpling with the white skin for cooking soup

If you know, please share with me. Thank you.

BTW, anyone knows where to buy vegetarian sotong balls, the ones that are not fried yet. I have eaten them at suntec city but want to buy them raw for home cooking. Try many places, but can't find the supplier.


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 Post Posted: Fri Apr 13, 2007 8:28 pm 
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hi Kimong123

There is vegetarian fresh spring rolls ($1 each), i just had it this morning at Bugis Village - hawker centre ( u can see OG from there), there is 2 vegetarian stalls side by side, don't know is it 01-107 or 01-108.

Most of the time, it is real nice, except one time (quite long ago), i think they forgotten to add salt to the yambean. ha.. ha..ha...

The tread on Popian : http://www.vegetarian-society.org/forum ... p?tid=3848


My version :) :

Popiah (Fresh Spring Rolls)
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Ingredients (makes 10-12)
ï‚° 20-24 pieces fresh popiah wrappers
ï‚° 100g sweet sauce

Chilli Sauce
ï‚° 6 fresh red chilli,
ï‚° salt and sugar, to taste

Yam bean Filling
ï‚° 600g yambean, peeled, shredded and drained
ï‚° 2 chinese dried mushrooms, soaked and shredded
ï‚° 50g carrot, peeled and shredded
ï‚° 2 tablespoons vegetables oil
ï‚° 1 thin slice ginger or 1 clove garlic or 1 shallot
 ½ tablespoon salted soybean paste
ï‚° 350ml water
 1½ tablespoons sugar, or to taste
ï‚° 1 teaspoon salt, or to taste
ï‚° 1 teaspoon light soy sauce
ï‚° 1 teaspoon vegetarian oyster sauce
ï‚° 1 teaspoon sesame oil
ï‚° 1 teaspoon pepper, or to taste

Other Filling
ï‚° 12 chinese lettuce leaves
ï‚° 120g beansprouts, tailed and blanched
ï‚° 120g grounded peanut
 vegan ‘egg’ (optional)
ï‚° a small handful fresh coriander sprig


Method

To prepare chilli sauce
1.Blend the chill in a blender or food processor until it is a smooth paste. Season to taste with salt and sugar.

To prepare yambean filling
1. Heat oil in a wok. Add the ginger or garlic or shallot and fry till golden brown.
2. Add the salted soy bean paste and stir-fry briskly until aromatic.
3. Add the yambean, mushrooms, carrot and stir-fry for 1 minute. Stir in water, sugar, salt, light soy sauce, vegetarian oyster. Stir occasionally and simmer for 10-15 minutes or until the vegetables are tender and sauce is slightly dry. Season with sesame oil and pepper. Set aside.

To wrap popiah
1. Place 2 fresh Popiah wrappers overlapping each other on chopping board. Spread sweet sauce and chilli sauce on it.
2. Place a small Chinese lettuce leaf in the centre and top with yambean filling, beansprouts, grounded peanut, vegan ‘egg’ and coriander sprig.
3. Roll up and cut into 4 or 5 pieces and serve.

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As for the vegan 'egg', the method to do it can be found http://crystalbyblog.blogspot.com/2007/ ... -rice.html

[Edited on 13-4-2007 by Crystalbymail]

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 Post Posted: Tue Apr 24, 2007 9:31 am 
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Hi,
I had dumpling yesterday, i pen down the ingredients used in my recipe blog.

http://crystalbyblog.blogspot.com/2007/ ... ao-zi.html

My homestyle version, not sure is this what you are looking for. I used "JJW Shanghai SuiKow Pastry" dumpling wrapper, instead of the round wonton wrapper (yellowish). Got it from ColdStorage. The filling can be of different varieties.

As for where to get nice suikow pastry skin, need to ask around.

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 Post Posted: Thu Apr 26, 2007 3:24 am 
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I have a good recipe for the skin. Tried and tested , you can view the finished product in my blog, however, there's no recipe there as i cant log in my blog after the upgrade to new server thingy. I will try to type out the filling if you are interested. For now, its juz the dough recipe. Btw, this recipe is for sui jiao only. if you wish to make guo tie , you need to use hot water dough recipe. Hope this helps ;)

http://vegeland.blogspot.com/2006/12/ki ... lings.html

Cold Water Dough:
300g Plain Flour
160-180 ml Water (cold)
20g Vegetable Oil


Mix all, rest for 10 mins..

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 Post Posted: Thu Apr 26, 2007 9:06 am 
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Hi savvy^gal,
Hope the logging problem can be resolved soon, and then we'll be able reference to your recipe.

Thx for the dumpling skin recipe, it will be very useful esp can't get any ready-made dumpling skin (like in foreign countries) :)

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 Post Posted: Sun Apr 29, 2007 3:03 pm 
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Here is the Soon Kueh's recipe, :)

if interest : http://crystalbyblog.blogspot.com/2007/ ... lling.html

you can get premixed flour selling at a reasonable price at NTUC or Phoon Huat's outlets (the supplier of bakery & beverage ingredients - http://www.phoonhuat.com). Just follow the instruction.

i didn't include the recipe for the soon kueh's skin, reason is my combination of 3 diff types of flours is not right, the skin is too elastic and rubbery. It could be i didn't roll it thin enough :mad:

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 Post Posted: Sun May 06, 2007 9:17 pm 
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Here is my recipe for popiah:-

1. dried shitake mushroom
2. Mang Kuang
3. carrots
4. popiah wrappers

Shred all ingrediants and add in to stir fry by order of number 1, 2, 3. Then add some pepper and vegetarian oyster sauce. Stir fry until quite dry. Wrap it as you do with a popiah and fry until golden.


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 Post Posted: Sun May 13, 2007 10:54 am 
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Hi! anyone know where to get the fresh popiah skin?


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 Post Posted: Sun May 13, 2007 11:15 am 
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Wet market selling tofu mee have it NTUC i think also have..


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 Post Posted: Sun May 13, 2007 12:09 pm 
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If not, try the rice paper (viet. product), can get from Cold Storages and other supermart.

Usu, the wet market stall selling beansprout, mee, chee cheong fun, have it

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