Chee cheong fun or sometimes called cheong fun and steamed rice rolls in English is made of rice flour, steamed to perfection and served with sauce. Perfect as snacks and commonly seen in one of the dim sum dishes.
I guess nothing makes you happier than a daughter gives you two thumbs up for the chee cheong fun. She loves chee cheong fun 🙂 Chee Cheong Fun is also one of my favorite childhood snacks. They are also one of the popular Dim Sum dishes. I never ever have Dim Sum without Chee Cheong Fun. Dim sum is the Cantonese term for a type of Chinese dish that involves small individual portions of food, usually served in a small steamer basket or on a small plate.
This very simple steamed rice rolls is made of rice flour, corn starch, water, and a bit of cooking oil and salt. Simple as that! In my hometown where I grew up, they are usually made plain and served with sauce, fried shallot crisp, and sesame seeds. At the Dim Sum restaurant, they usually serve the one with shrimp, pork, beef, vegetables, or other ingredients.
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Chee cheong fun (Steamed rice rolls)
Chee cheong fun batter:
The tray that you use to steam can be round or square. I won't recommend tray that is too thick. I used these round cake pans and the result are always good.
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My favorite part as usual!