Who hasn't spent a lazy Sunday afternoon in their favorite dim sum restaurant, feasting on steamed goodies and dumplings? This assortment of savory "small eats" is a great way to sample a variety of intriguing flavors. Similar to French hors d'oeuvres, dim sum are either steamed or deep-fried. I prefer steamed dim sum, especially hakaw, a wonderful shrimp dumpling with translucent wrapper---they're deliciously light and healthy.
steamed shark's fin siomai
P.S. Another out-of-town trip is coming up...I'll see you all again when I get back on Wednesday.
More steamy fares at spiCes
Sharks fin! Miss those! Lalarga ka na naman ha. Enjoy! :D
Wow so delicious! See you Wednesday! Take care!
yum! been ages since we've had those ... :)
have a safe trip!
growing up, shark's fin dumplings were my favorite! :) i want to learn other ways of wrapping dumplings/siomai! the dim sum platter looks so tempting!
i always order the shark's fin mas malinam-nam kasi yun di ba?
my steaming entry is here
magandang araw ka-lasa-ista :)
Salamat sa pagbisita :)
My favorite is hakaw too. We never order sharksfin though.
I love dimsum too - especially hakaw! Yum!
When we're in Pinas, "must-eat-at" ko talaga ang Luk Yuen, where I could indulge my dimsum cravings to the max without burning a hole in my pocket - hehehe :)
Not sure if they are healthy but they are definitely delicious !
My favorite (steamed).
I love din sum! Yummy!
looking forward to your next trip. ito ba yung kinwento mo?
i love dimsum. yum yum.
have a safe trip miranda.
You like dimsum too?
I can eat dimsum any time of the day. :)
Have fun in your out-of-town travel!
wow what a great dimsum!
Singapore does have such dim sum too though I wonder whether they taste the same.
I love dim sum...I can try everything without feeling guilty.:D
Thank you guys, for visiting.
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