Grim some dim sum. Tea time terror.
Yup, there is something not right with the food I eat
. You shouldn't find this on the menu at your favorite Chinese restaurant let alone on your plate. Make these yum yum treats to serve to your high-class friends...low-class too.
Har gow are classic shrimp filled steamed dumplings usually served at dim sum, kinda like brunch. They are one of the many treats you select from the rolling serving carts in restaurants that serve dim sum. At the end of the meal, the waiters count up the used plates on your table to tally up your bill. What's next,
bird's nest soup?
And if you want more tea, you signal others to politely pour you a cup by scratching the table in a tapping motion, coincidence?
CAUTION: If you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen. If you are not allowed to use things like knives and the stove, teach your kids to cook.
NOTE: I did not make these in the shape of Mickey Mouse. That would have been tasteless. Kids on the site, ya know.