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L.A. Foodies Message Board L.A. Foodies+ Discussion Forum › How to use your bamboo steamer

How to use your bamboo steamer

Darrell
Durrrell
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Springfield, VT
Post #: 4,891
I found some pretty good links...

http://www.gourmetsle...­

http://www.ehow.com/u...­
A former member
Post #: 14
Durrell,
I took the small bag of leftover dumplings which I took home from our event and cooked them in a fry pan with a litle Pam spray until they started to get dark underneath. Then I flipped them over to get both sides equally dark and just before the second side was as dark as the first, I tossed in some Soy Sauce and let it cook for a few more minutes. They were as delish as they were the night of our event! It was deja vu all over again!
I was in Dumpling Heaven!
Thanks!!!!
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