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       Title: Shiu My
  Categories: Dim sum, Snacks, Chinese
       Yield: 24 Snacks
       2 oz Plain flour
       2 oz Strong white fiour
       1    Egg, beaten
            Cornflour for dusting
       2    Chinese dried mushrooms
       6 oz Peeled cooked prawns
       8 oz Lean boneless pork
       2 oz Pork fat
       2 oz Canned bamboo
            -shoot, diced
       1 ts Salt
       1 ts Sugar
       1 ts Light soy sauce
            Pinch of pepper
       1 ts Cornflour
       1 tb Water
            Small shapes cut out
            -of carrot or radish
            Parsley sprigs
   Sift the flours into a Iarge bowl and make a hollow in the centre.
   Pour in the eggs and work in the flour, then knead into a smooth,
   soft dough. Shape the dough into
        24    small pieces. Soak the mushrooms in cold water for 10
   minutes, then drain and steam them for 15 minutes. Remove the stalks
   and dice the mushroom caps Finely dice the prawns. Wash and finely
   dice or mince the lean pork and pork fat. IVIix all the filling
   ingredients in a bowl and pound them together until firm. On a clean
   surface lightly dusted with cornflour, roll out a piece of dough into
   a thin round and put a small spoonful of the filling in the middle.
   Fold up the dough to surround and support the filling without
   enclosing it on top. Press the filling into the dough, then continue
   until all the dough and filling is used place the shiu my in a
   greased steamer and cook them over boiling water for 20 minutes.
   Serve at once, with cut out vegetable shapes and pasley sprigs.