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Mongolian Veggie Buuz (Steamed Dumplings) Served with a Dish of Truthfulness (In Mongolian)   
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(For all ingredients, please use organic versions if available)
Buuz (Mongolian Dumplings)
70 grams cabbage
70 grams tofu
15 grams carrot
15 grams vegetable oil
70 grams bell pepper
250 grams flour
10 grams mushroom seasoning
7 grams dried spring onion
7 grams Mongolian cumin
5 grams salt
90 grams dehydrated soy protein, soaked

“Truthfulness”
30 grams pe-tsai
20 grams bell pepper
Dehydrated soya protein
70 grams vegan ham
20 grams black olives
100 grams tofu
4 grams salt
5 grams mushroom seasoning
3 grams red pepper
7 grams tofu seasoning
15 grams vegetable oil
Directions (to prepare the soy protein):
  1. Soak it in hot water for 2 minutes.
  2. Squeeze out the water
  3. Dip it in fresh water 2 to 3 times
Directions (to preparing the filling for the dumplings):
  1. Cut cabbage, pepper and all ingredients into small pieces
  2. Add seasoning (the main seasonings are mushroom seasoning and soy sauce) to soy protein and then cut them into small pieces
  3. Put mongolian cumin, dried onion, mushroom seasoning, and salt
  4. Mix well
  5. After the dough is ready add half a spoon more filling
  6. You need to oil the bottom part of our dumplings otherwise it will stick
  7. Steam the dumpling for 15 to 20 minutes
  8. Ready to serve
Directions (to make truthfulness):
  1. Cut the cabbage
  2. Cut the bell peppers into nice colorful pieces
  3. Turn on the stove
  4. Cut the tofu thin and flat then fry them
  5. Add some salt on it
  6. When the bottom part of the tofu becomes yellowish, you need to turn it over and add a seasoning
  7. Put the fried tofu on a plate
  8. Fry cabbage and bell peppers
  9. Put a little bit of tofu seasoning and salt
  10. Put chili
  11. Add mushroom seasoning
  12. Cook for about 1 minute
  13. Cabbage ready to serve
  14. Cut vegan ham thin and flat
  15. Fry ham together with the soy protein
  16. Add magi (vinegar)
  17. Fry for while
  18. Ham and soy protein ready to serve
  19. Cut the cucumber and the tomato
  20. Decorating with cucumber and tomato
  21. Add 2 spoons of corn and black olives
  22. Truthfulness ready to serve



 
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