Dim Sum

Dim sum appetizers can be eaten any time of day, which makes them the perfect party food. From simple to elaborate, these recipes for dim sum offer a potpourri of possibilities including shrimp balls, savory buns, and steamed dumplings.

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Mandarin Beef Buns

Better Homes and Gardens

Serve these Asian favorites as appetizers or as an accompaniment to a meal.

Shrimp and Crab Shu Mai

Better Homes and Gardens

Shu mai are wonton wrappers filled with shrimp, crab, and mushrooms. Serve with sweet and spicy red chili sauce.

Total: 45 mins

Curry Chicken Potstickers

Better Homes and Gardens

These bundles are a top pick for dim sum, the appetizer course served in Asian restaurants. Just like egg rolls, potstickers encase a flavorful filling (ground chicken, broccoli, soy, and curry) inside a paper-thin dough.

Pork-and-Cabbage-Filled Buns

Better Homes and Gardens

For a festive party finish, top the Chinese dim sum-style buns with black and white sesame seeds.

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