Macau-King Steamboat-0178

2 types here: Wantons (云吞) and Sui Gow (水饺).
Wantons are round ones whilst the Sui Gow are slightly oval in shape.
The dough is made of egg and flour (wanton skins) but the fillings inside differed.
Sui Kow has more ingredients (varies from chef to chef’s preparations) i.e. bamboo shoots, wood fungus, water chestnuts, in addition to the standard wanton filling of minced pork and prawns.

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