Bean Curd Rolls is one of the most popular dim sums. Normally it is made of meat or shrimp. Lots of vegan friends saw my posted the Bean Curd Rolls with many health ingredients and they have been very exciting to ask me if I could create a vegan recipe for them. This is a big challenge. But It also is one of my veganlicious series recipes.
Is it possible to make the Vegetable Bean Curd Rolls?
Bean curd sheet and vegetables are not stick together normally. What kind of vegetable is health, fully of flavor and can be stick together? You will find down below these vegetables are a magic combination working well together to make this one of kind veganlicius dish.
Enokitake is also called Enoki Mushroom, known as “snow puffs” in their native Japan mushrooms. It is contained antioxidants, lower cancer risk. It is high in B vitamins, lower calorie source of protein and plus contain amount of iron, copper, zinc and selenium.
Taro is high in fiber and protein, an excellent source of potassium, which is an essential mineral for many bodily functions. Taro also contains some calcium, vitamin C, vitamin E and B vitamins, as well as magnesium, manganese and copper. Taro leaves contain good amounts of vitamins A and C.
Pumpkin is well known nutrition food. It is rich in vitamin A, E and fiber. It is keep eyesight sharp, reduce cancer risk, protect your heart and skin, boost your mood.
1. Bean curd sheet:
Frozen fresh sheet. Defrost the sheet before use. Rinse the sheet with cold water and put aside for couple minutes and the sheet will be soft. The bean curd sheet can be bought at Chinese supermarket.
2. Filling Stuffing:
Taro, celery, carrot, pumpkin, dry mushroom (soaking at warm water and make it soft), enokitake, ginger, pepper, soy sauce, salt, corn starching powder and sesame oil.