I have a question about the ingredient "ginger" on the recipe "Shrimp and Pork Dumplings" from edamame2003. -- It asks for 1/8 cup ginger, but ginger how? Chopped fine? Diced coarse? Thank you....
Step 1 of the recipe says to blend the ginger with some other ingredients to make a smooth paste. It therefore probably doesn't matter how you prepare the ginger, depending on the quality of your blender. However, a safe bet is to grate the ginger then add it to the blender, to help make the 'smooth paste'. Good luck, and enjoy the delicious dumplings!
OK, thank you..
thanks for trying the recipe. first off, 1/8 cup may be too much--1 Tablespoon is probably a better amount. i would just chop that amount, and throw in a blender with everything else.
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