wonton wrappers 1 pack (produce aisle)
ground pork 3/4 pound
soy sauce 1 tablespoon
fresh garlic 1 teaspoon chopped
panko bread crumbs 1/8 cup
salt and pepper taste
onion powder 1 teaspoon
Ok, so let’s get started with the wonton wrappers. You will need 1 beaten egg and a pastry brush. Also, a clean working area. Take half the wonton wrappers and lay them out across a work area. Brush each wrapper with egg mixture. Now take the other half of wonton wrappers and lay on top of each egged wrapper. They should be uniform, one on top of the other. Now, take egg mixture and lightly wet 2 sides meeting in a corner. This is so when you fold the wrapper corner to corner it seals.
Now, we will prepare meat mixture. In a mixing bowl add pork chop meat, 1 egg, soy sauce, bread crumbs, garlic, seasoning, and chopped scallion. Use mostly the white part of 2 scallions and leave the green part to garnish later. Now, gently drop a ball roughly the size of a quarter of meat mixture into the middle of the wonton wrapper. Fold wrapper over and seal. Now take a fork and bind your seal with fork marks. Trim clean with pizza cutter.
Steam or boil your Dim Sum in salted water. Strain and rinse with cold water. Lightly drizzle olive oil and toss in a bowl so they do not stick.
Now time to sear the Dim Sum. Heat a saute pan nice and hot with a tablespoon of vegetable oil. Sear each side of Dim Sum leaving nice marks. Serve with 1/4 cup of Soy Sauce garnished with your green onions for dipping sauce. Enjoy!