Since the Zhou family opened their first renowned establishment in Prahran, 20 years ago, critics have continually delivered accolades including Age Good Food Guide Hat recognition 9 times for his authentic and innovative food creations.
Shu Mai is an open-toped steamed dim sum or dumpling which tastes a little like a juicy pork meatball. These tasty dim sum originated in the Inner Mongolian city of Hohhot, but are now popular in many places around the world.
Each pack arrives frozen, so you can cook straight away or store to enjoy at a later date.
1: Bring water to boil in a pot.
2: Place dumpling paper or a leaf of lettuce inside steamer to prevent sticking.
3: Put dumplings into steamer and space them out so they do not touch.
4: Place steamer with lid on, on top of pot.
5: Steam for 8 minutes.
6: Serve with sauce of your choice.
Country of origin: Australia
Ingredients: Ingredients: Pork, prawn, seafood, Chinese mushroom, flour, vegetable oil, sesame oil.
Allergens: Shellfish (traces), wheat, soy, sesame.
Servings per package: 10
Serving size: 30
||Average quantity per serving 30g
||Average quantity per 100g
Shellfish, onion, Sesame, soy