These Chinese rice rolls called Cheung Fun
are part of the Dim Sum. They can be served as a starter or during a Yum Cha to accompany a cup of tea. They can be stuffed with shrimp, Char Siu
BBQ pork, beef or vegetables. I prepare the rice noodles, for that I invite you to watch my video explaining how to make them. I peel the shrimps I put 1 tbsp of oil in a pan heated over high heat When the oil is hot, I add the shrimps I add a pinch of salt I stir for 1 minute Then I cut off the fire I cut the Char Siu BBQ pork into slices I also invite you to watch my video explaining how to make it I cook my rice noodle. Meanwhile, I prepare the sauce, in a bowl,
I put: 1 tsp of sugar 1 tbsp of light soy sauce 1 tbsp of sesame oil 1 tbsp of water I mix I spread some oil on the board I take out the rice noodle from the tray, I put it on the board I oil the surface of the noodle to keep its
soft and elastic texture I put 3 shrimps I fold the first quarter of the bottom of the noodle towards the middle Then I flap on the shrimps I close my roll by folding the top quarter I turn the roll over to make the contents visible by transparency I cut both edges The method is the same with the Char Siu pork I add the sauce The Cheung Fun rice rolls are ready! Serve hot. Bon appétit !
Thank you for watching and sharing my recipe. Rendez-vous in my next homemade dish video.