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Help with Steamed Vegetable Dumplings and Steamed fish with Crispy Bean Topping

jnk | Jan 24, 201705:50 PM     2

Back in the 90's there was a Chinese restaurant in Queens NY called "The Queens Dumpling House" and it was fantastic. There were 2 dishes they served that I've yet to find again at another restaurant or find a recipe for.

The first was a steamed vegetable dumpling that was round and about the size/shape of a plum. It was stuffed with 70 percent finely chopped greens (unknown type) 25 percent finely chopped thin clear noodle, 3 percent finely chopped pressed tofu and 2 percent finely chopped mushroom. The dumpling was fully stuffed. It was outrageous.

The second dish was a steamed white fish with a crispy bean topping (reddish brown in color).

Any help with how to make these or better still where to find dishes like this would be greatly appreciated

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