Monday, May 26, 2008

Poached Shrimp Dumplings with Sesame Broccoli Slaw



What’s in a name?


What would you call something that puts orangey shrimp with toasted sesame oil and garlic and ginger in a wonton skin, seal it up and poach it in a seafood stock?


Shrimp Stuffed Wontons?


Poached Shrimp Dumplings?


That might work.


Either one would.


So, if you are of a mind to have Shrimp Stuffed Wontons on a weeknight, knock yourself out. If you have company, Poached Shrimp Dumplings.

Whatever floats your boat.


Be prepared.


Once you make these you won’t care what they’re called. You’ll just want more.


Thanks to Emeril for the inspiration.


Poached Shrimp Dumplings with Sesame Broccoli Slaw
a good swirl extra virgin olive oil
½ pound shrimp, peeled and deveined and cut in small pieces
¼ cup toasted sliced almonds
2 tbsp toasted sesame oil
1 tsp grated orange peel
Tsp honey
3 tbsp grated fresh ginger
4 fat garlic cloves, peeled and minced
½ sweet yellow onion, chopped
1 egg, beaten
¼ tsp cayenne pepper
1 good dash fish sauce
1 good dash Worcestershire sauce
3 green onions, chopped
20 wonton skins
4 cups seafood stock
1 lime
Freshly ground black pepper
Coarse salt

Heat olive oil in a large skillet over high heat. When shimmering, add the shrimp and stir-fry for one minute. Add Vidalia onion, garlic and ginger and stir fry for another minutes. Stir in chopped green onions and cook one minute and remove from heat.

Put this in a bowl. Add tbsp sesame oil, almonds, egg, soy sauce, Worcestershire, orange zest, cayenne, dash of fish sauce, a tsp honey, freshly ground black pepper. Stir well.
This should make about 2 cups.

Put wonton skins on counter and brush top side with a bit of water. Put tbsp filling in middle of each wonton. Bring corners up to center, twist and seal the edges with water.

Combine the seafood stock with tbsp sesame oil in large saucepan and bring to boil over high heat. Slip the filled wontons into stock, reduce to simmer and poach til tender, usually takes about four minutes.

Remove to plate. Do this in a couple of batches.

Sesame Broccoli Slaw

1 pkg broccoli slaw,
2 tbsp Toasted sesame oil,
Tsp honey,
1 tbsp rice vinegar,
Dash fish sauce

Combine dressing ingredients and pour over the slaw. TOO easy but so good.

Serves 4.
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6 comments:

Meghan said...

These dumplings look very nice!

noble pig said...

It's all in a name isn't it? Either way they look delicious.

cook eat FRET said...

i've never done the dumpling thing and i need to... the orange aspect sounds wonderful.

Peter M said...

Who cares...the photo and the ingredients caught my attention.

Zen Chef said...

Oh my! Where do you live again?
Can I make it for dinner? :-)
Looking good!

Mary Coleman said...

Meghan: Thanks for stopping by!

Cathy: It is all in the name. These are great.

Claudia: The dumpling thing is a blast. Try it, you'll like it.

Peter: Thanks, honey!

Zenchef: You know you're welcome at Chez Feeding Groom any time!