Chinese Dumplings and I had few interviews last week
Homemade is the best, fresh and you know what you are eating. I am not much of a pig person, but I can buy organic Icelandic pigs, fed with Icelandic corn and it was very good. This is the best meal I´ve made so far this year.
Make sure you´ve got quality ingredients.
- 4 cups flour
- 2 cups water
- Flour for dusting
Mix, kneed until smooth, set aside for 30 minutes. Roll it out into a long sausage. cut into small pieces, about 2 cm. Roll out like a pizza dough
- 500 g ground pork
- 1 Napa cabbage
- 1-2 spring onions
- 1 tablespoons grated ginger
- 2 teaspoons salt
- 1 teaspoon brown sugar
- 2 tablespoons soy sauce
- 2 tablespoons sesame oil
- 2 tbsp soy sauce
- 1 tbsp mirin
- 1 tsp finely chopped garlic
- 1 tbsp finely chopped spring onions
- Finely chopped chili pepper (if you like some spice to it)
Mix well. Serve in a bowl on the side with the dumplings. You might need to double the recipe or just make as much as you think you need.
Mix everything well together
Flatten out the dough and make thin, round cakes. I cut mine with a large glass.
Add a tablespoon or two of the ground pork mix to each cake.
First I fry them, then I add water water and boil it.
Serve the dumplings with a good soy sauce
Dip the Dumplings in the Soy
I think it´s important to get the bottom of the dumplings fried, not only boil them, to get some texture.
I had some left overs, both dough and ground pork, what do you do?
Of course you flatten out the dough and make dumpling pizza.
I have been interviewed few times last week because I made apps for kids teaching them the alphabet, numbers, colors and more. There are no apps like that in Icelandic for kids, probably because this is not a big market.
All our apps so far are for free and we made it in English as well. Take a look at the website, www.soffia.net, where you can also play the alphabet and the numbers if you do not have an Android phone.
I made few apps a year ago, then I was on a maternity leave and wanted to do more apps. I teamed up with a girl named Helga and we call our project Lean Laundry.
I am very proud of us, we are both on maternity leave now, and between taking care of babies, the house, doing laundry and cooking dinner we make educational multimedia material for babies and kids.
Check us out on Facebook and put a little LIKE on us.
Learn the Icelandic alphabet or if you have kids, take a look at the English version. More to come!