Shumai (Siu Mai烧麦Shaomai), a Dimsum staple with beautiful pleats and an open-faced wrapper, is a type of traditional Chinese dumpling. Shumai is commonly eaten cross China. The stuffing of Shumai varies slightly from Province to a province in China, but the fondness for Shumai is always the same. You can grab some tasty Shumai from Dimsum restaurants, street vendors, or even some breakfast shops.
Thai people also love Shumai. Shumai is called Kanom Jeeb （ขนมจีบ）in Thai language. Kanom means Snacks, and Jeeb means pleats. (Let me know whether you have Shumai from your city, and the name of Shumai in your language please:))
Ms Yeah is going to make Shumai for her colleagues today. 5 lovely recipes, 5 different shapes and stuffing, pick your favorite one:
1. Sticky Rice Shumai糯米烧麦
2. Shumai Shaped Like Gourd 招财葫芦
3. Shumai Shaped Like Koi 金鱼烧麦
4. Deep-fried Mozzarella Cheese Shumai 脆皮芝士烧麦
5. Egg Custard Shumai 流心烧麦
Which one is your pick? Please comment and let Ms Yeah Know.
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