Tasty Morsels For Two. Part 2

Finger Fun!

Here is a great recipe that is fun to make with your partner. It allows you two to bond and gives you the ability to teach her something that she didn’t know how to make, making you a culinary SUPERSTAR. It is a bit messy, but messy is always fun isn’t it? This is a recipe from an old instructor — from Nepal — that I learned after hours while a student. I have adapted it to suit American taste buds. As we discussed earlier finger foods can be great fun and seductive/sensual in nature. You can tease each other, feed each other, or perhaps even kiss the dripping sauce that landed haphazardly in her cleavage. Just saying! Hope you enjoy it as much as I do.

Black Tiger Prawn and Bacon Dumplings

  1. .5 Lbs Black Tiger Prawns (shelled)
  2. .5 Lbs Bacon (thick cut)
  3. 1 Jalapeno Pepper (fine chopped)
  4. 3 Scotch Bonnet Peppers (fine chopped, wear gloves and do not touch your eyes)
  5. Salt to taste (about 1/4 tsp)
  6. 1/8 tsp Black pepper (course)
  7. Wonton Wrappers
  8. 1 Tbsp Cilantro, fresh (chopped)
  9. Water, as needed

I suggest you wear gloves during this process and wash hand very thoroughly after handling due to the heat of the Scotch Bonnet Pepper. No one likes it when there naughty bits are on fire!Take your Bacon and Prawns and chop them into small chunks and mix with Peppers then season to taste with Salt, Pepper, and Cilantro. If the Scotch Bonnets are to hot for you substitute with regular Jalapeno Peppers. Once it is all mixed you are ready to start filling your Pot-Stickers. Gently wet the inside edges of your dough and place about half a tsp of mix into them and seal the edges then fold. Place into a perforated pan that has been coated with pan spray. When pan is full place over boil water and steam Dumplings for 5 to 7 min. or until they start to become translucent.


Share these finger foods in your favorite asian style dipping sauce.


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