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Traditionally, Chinese sticky rice is served at dim sum and contains a variety of fillings including minced pork, Lap Cheong (Chinese sausage), Chinese mushroom and salted egg yolk. This delicious mixture is then wrapped in a lotus leaf and steamed producing a rice dish that is infused with the aromas of each separate ingredient. Unfortunately this method of cooking can be quite time consuming and some of the ingredients hard to find. Here's a recipe that is much simpler to make but produces a dish that's just as good!
As mentioned in one of our previous posts, one of our favourite dishes to enjoy in the 40 degree weather of Seville was this chilled tomato soup. Although similar to gazpacho, Salmorejo is richer and doesn't include cucumber. Traditionally its served with spanish ham and chopped hard boiled egg however our version is served with prosciutto, toasted croutons and some grated parmesan cheese which were much easier to find and which complimented the creamy chilled soup well.