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When using EOS Online Subsystem Steam and blueprints some changes to the engine itself need to be made.First you need to check which Steamworks version does your version of UE support here: /YourUnrealEnginePath/Engine/Source/ThirdParty/Steamworks/ and Steamworks.build.cs. For UE 4.27 it's Steamv151 so please stick to this version.Online Subsystem is a private dependency so by default it is statically linked into your project using steam_api.dll shipped with the engine thus recompilation is necessary.This implies drag-and-dropping GalaxySteamWrapper.dll and Galaxy.dll e.g here /YourUnrealEnginePath/Engine/Binaries/ThirdParty/Steamworks/Steam[Current Version]/Win64 replacing the original steam_api.dll and then recompiling your project.After recompilation, please make sure to ship your package with GalaxyConfig.json placed in YourPacakge/YourProject/Binaries/Win beside your game's executable file and Galaxy.dll in YourPackage/Engine/Binaries/ThirdParty/Steamworks/Steam[Current Version].
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A complete guide on making steamed dumplings from scratch. Two types of dough are introduced, as well as a collection of filling recipes, folding techniques, dipping sauce ideas and make-ahead suggestions. A tutorial video is also included.
For shaping crystal wrappers, you can also use a traditional method with a cleaver instead of a rolling pin: Put a ball of dough underneath the side of a cleaver. Press while moving the cleaver side to side until the desired thickness is achieved. If the dough sticks a little, coat the cleaver (and the work surface) with a thin layer of oil.
No matter what type of steamer you use, you should always remember to place a lining between the dumplings and the steamer basket to avoid sticking (Nothing is worse than having all your dumplings stuck there). My favourite choice is slices of carrot. They work perfectly for the purpose. Also, they add a lovely colour to the dish, as well as some extra nutrition. Use chunky carrots and cut them diagonally to get bigger slices.
In a Peking duck restaurants in mainland China, peking duck usually is served with steamed soft pancakes. We get another name for the pan-fried version: 单饼 which means "single pancakes". Those single pancakes are not directly served with peking duck but with normal homestyle salad or stir fries (the ingredients are usually shredded). I made those pancakes when I fry to catch up the serving ways of moo shu pork and fell in love with those chewy pancakes with a strong aroma of wheat flour.
It is quite easy to make this peking duck pancake at home. The only key step is to make a super soft dough. When the dough is soft enough, we can easily roll out to a thin and larger wrapper. Boiling hot water is the most important ingredients to make the dough soft enough. Using hot boiling water in a dough is called as "烫面" in Chinese. It can help to make the dough soft and shorten the cooking time. We also cook Northern style Chinese scallion pancake with this method. Previously I tried a combination of hot water and cold water. But after several times of testing, even with hot water only, the pancake can be chewy enough.
She gives 2 methods: steaming and frying. The explanation for steaming is not clear and I fully understand why this has been questioned but not the answer. Please clarify: do you steam the pancakes one at a time on their own or do you keep adding pancakes until there is a pile of them in the steamer?
Hi Elaine, I'm attempting to make peking duck and the wrapper. I'm going to try you steamed method. Can you explain "During this time, roll another piece and then place the new one over the steamed one. Continue steaming for 1 minute before adding the next piece." So you new the new wrapper over the steamed one, and then remove the new wrapper from the steamed one and then just steam the new one. Why do you then to layer the new and steamed one? Thanks for explaining!
you layer the new one over the old one which is already in the steamer and you steam both, then you layer another one on top and it becomes a stack of three and you steam the whole stack and you keep repeating the procedure so lets say you made a total of 15 pancakes, by the end of the steaming the first pancake that you made would have been in the steamer for 15 minutes, the second one 14 minutes etc. The idea is that the older pancakes have the newer ones lying on top of them and hence is protected from the steam ( to some extent ) so they don't continue to cook as much as the top one. Of course if you keep steaming them then at some stage they will become over cooked but 15 minutes shouldn't cause you any problems. If I was to make more than 10 or 15 I would then start a new stack since they steamer would probably run out of room anyway.
Can I use plastic wrap in the microwave?Yes, plastic wrap can be used in the microwave. It is recommended that users poke holes for steam ventilation. The plastic wrap should not come into contact with food high in fat. The fat can melt the plastic wrap if heated to a high enough temperature.
These dumplings are one of the authentic Korean recipes that you can enjoy every year. If you would like a variety of mandu recipe, my cookbook, Korean Cooking Favorites, shares a recipe for steamed buns. So check it out.
Korean dumpling dough is made with flour, sweet rice flour, and a little cornstarch. The tender yet chewy texture of these dumpling wrappers make quite a difference compared to most other Asian dumpling wrappers.
On the other hand, store-bought dumpling wrappers do come in handy, and they make delicious semi-homemade mandu as well. When making Koran style mandu, look for the large size wrappers, about 5 inches in diameter.
If you use round cabbage, the entire piece of leaves can be used as the wrapper because it is thinner and softer than napa cabbage. In this case, I add some chopped onion to the stuffing to replace the cabbage dice so that the filling is less compact.
The traditional Chinese method is to steam the cabbage rolls. I think this is because the oven is not the standard kitchen appliance for the Chinese. However, you can put the stuffed cabbage rolls on a baking dish to bake them.
I make the sauce because throwing away the liquid released from the cabbage rolls during steaming is a waste. The liquid is so flavorful that it tastes like a concentrated stock. Therefore, I reduce it with the water for soaking the mushrooms (which have lots of flavors) and thicken it to become a gravy with cornstarch. Season the gravy with additional light soy sauce, sesame oil (and some vinegar if you like), and it is heavenly!
This cabbage roll recipe yields twelve large rolls, best served with white rice. However, you can reduce the stuffing of this cabbage roll recipe to make it smaller and steam it with the bamboo steamer if you intend to use it as part of the repertoire of the dim sum spread.
Other stuffed cabbage roll recipes are quite different from this Chinese cabbage roll recipe. For example, some versions of cabbage rolls may include brown sugar, tangy tomato sauce, sour cream, and Worcestershire sauce. Another great variation is to make cabbage roll soup. The preparation method is similar, except the cabbage rolls are cooked in a soup base instead of steaming. You can use a slow cooker to make the soup as it is much more convenient and save time.
My family doesn't take much meat so I will try this using a stir fried filling of scrambled egg, mushroom and carrot. Since the filling is already cooked I'll just steam it for a few minutes. Hope it turns out well.
Their design builds on a previous solar-absorbing structure developed by their team in 2014, which included a floating, sponge-like material created using graphite and carbon foam. In this previous design, the researchers were able to convert 85% of the incoming sunlight into steam. This conversion efficiency meant that they had to use artificial sunlight that was 10 times the intensity of the sunlight you find outside in order to generate enough steam.
A wick made of fabric tunnels through the foam, helping draw water upward, and a sheet of cotton fabric between the foam and the absorptive layer helps spread this water out. Water inside the solar receiver is heated by the absorptive layer. A slot that runs through both the bubble wrap and the absorptive layer allows steam escape.
For power generation, ways to pressurize the steam from this system need to be developed, says study senior author Gang Chen, a mechanical engineer at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. "What we have demonstrated, however, will stimulate more work along this direction," Chen says.
The list of take-out shops in SF is endless, but my go-to is Good Luck Dim Sum on Clement Street. They have the best Har Gow, great steamed BBQ pork bao, and delicious house-made soy sauce (although you only get the good stuff if you eat in. When taking out, they only have the regular soy sauce packets.). 2b1af7f3a8