Family members prefer steamed dumplings with noodles, so they make the improved version of crystal shrimp dumplings! The same strength, delicious!

Ingredients

200 clear noodles
80 corn starch
Appropriate amount of pork stuffing
Moderate salt
Proper amount of sesame oil
Proper amount of shrimp
1 carrot
Three big peppers
3 cucumbers
2 slices of ginger
2 scallions
1 teaspoon cooking wine
2 teaspoons, delicious

Directions

Step 1
Add a spoonful of cooking wine, a spoonful of salt, onion and chopped ginger to the pork stuffing

Step 2
Dice cucumbers and chili peppers (you can chop them up a little bit. I cut them a little too big.) Add two spoonfuls of salt and marinate for a while( Cucumbers and peppers are pickled in water in advance, and there won't be too much water when they are mixed with stuffing.)

Step 3
The carrots are first made into filaments by means of a differential plate.

Step 4
Then cut the dice more smoothly and evenly.

Step 5
Peel the shrimp, remove the shrimp line, dry the water and marinate with wine for a while to remove the fishy smell( Fresh shrimps can be used as stuffing and mixed with meat. Cooked shrimps can be directly wrapped in steamed dumplings.

Step 6
Adding a few drops of sesame oil to the stuffing will taste better.

Step 7
Put the shrimp in the stuffing.

Step 8
Now let's start making noodles.

Step 9
Pour in boiling water and stir with chopsticks to make this flocculent. Cover for five minutes.

Step 10
When the wadding is not so hot, mix it into dough. Take as much as you need and cover it with a lid. Keep the dough from drying out.

Step 11
Put the steaming cloth on the steamer and brush a layer of oil on it to prevent sticking to the steamer. Put water in the pot. Wrap it up and put it directly in the pot to prevent it from cracking.

Step 12
Pull the dough into uniform size, roll it into pieces and start stuffing.

Step 13
Wrap and bring to a boil in a steamer. Turn off the heat 15 minutes after boiling.