A dim sum classic in your own kitchen
Ham sui gok, or fried glutinous rice dumplings, is always on our family's card when we eat dim sum. The wrapper is crispy when you bite in, with a lovely chewy inner layer, and the dumpling filling is juicy and savory.
Crispy, chewy, and juicy, all at once? Yes, it's possible, because we pre-cook the luscious filling, use glutinous rice flour for the wrapper to get that chewiness, and finally deep-fry for that delicate crunch.
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