This is the kind of thing that I used to think I could never make. They look complicated but they are actually super easy. They are so tasty, I can easily eat a dozen by myself!
1/4 of a block of firm tofu
1/2 cup purple cabbage
1/2 cup carrot
2 teaspoons tamari
24 square vegan wonton wrappers
Press the tofu.
Thinly slice the scallions. Slice and dice the cabbage into small bits. Shred the carrot in the processor. Mix together in a bowl. Crumble the tofu and add to the vegetables. Add the tamari and mix well.
Set up your dumpling station.
#1 – Won ton wrappers (place them on a wet paper towel and cover with another wet towel until ready to use)
#2 – Bowl of water
#3 – Tofu mixture
#4 – Assembly plate
Take a wrapper and wet around the edge with your finger. Put a teaspoonful of mixture in the middle. Gather up corners and then twist to form a purse. Place on the assembly plate.
Arrange the purses in a bamboo steamer and steam for 5 minutes.
1/4 cup tamari
2 tablespoons brown rice vinegar
Whisk tamari and vinegar together. Thinly slice the scallion and add to the sauce.
7 thoughts on “Steamed Dumplings”
Looks absolutely beautiful, definitely delicious too I’m sure! Little parcels of art! 🙂
thank you! 😉
very delicious, especially in the dipping sauce.
where do you get the vegan wrappers all the ones i have found have eggs thanks
i get them at a kosher grocery store in queens. definitely hard to come by, sadly, but keep looking!
These look so beautiful! Also, re- vegan wonton wrappers, I always find tons of options at an asian market.
Thank you for this great recipe. Especially dipping sauce..