Dim Sum. Edward Huyer. Dim Sum. Literally means “to touch the heart” Not a particular food; many different foods are in the category “dim sum” Akin to snack foods or hors d'oeuvres. Dim sum being served in a Hong Kong restaurant. History.
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Dim sum being served in a Hong Kong restaurant.
Commonly bau or bao
A steamed bread-like bun with meat or vegetable filling
Barbecue pork appears to be the most common in America
Stuffed, steamed dumplings made with rice flour skin
Skin is usually thin enough to be translucent
Filling is usually shrimp-based, but vegetable and meat fillings exist
Also known a spring rolls
Made by wrapping filling (usually vegetable) in a flour skin and deep frying
Steamed open-top dumpling
Wheat flour skin
Usually pork filling
Rice noodle rolls
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