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Din Tai Fung & # 39; s chef Edward Yulianto has revealed the right way to eat xiao long bao by piercing a hole with chopsticks to escape into the spoon

Chef is dizzy with thousands revealing the right way to eat dumplings – and many admit they've done it wrong all their lives

  • Australian gourmets lose their sense of the & # 39; correct & # 39; way to eat dumplings
  • & # 39; Xiao long bao & # 39; is a Chinese dish, small portions of pork filled with broth
  • Many guests suffer from a swollen mouth, colored clothing or letting all broth run
  • But chef Edward Yulianto from Din Tai Fung revealed the right way to eat it gracefully
  • Use chopstick to pierce a hole in the dumpling so that the stock can escape into the spoon
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It is a popular Chinese dish that is loved by gourmets everywhere – but you have probably eaten dumplings the wrong way all your life.

Foodies lose their thoughts about the & # 39; right & # 39; way to & # 39; xiao long bao & # 39; to eat, also called soup dumps, small delicate pieces of pork stuffed with hot broth.

During the steaming process, the au gratin broth becomes liquid and the pork filling is poached in a savory soup. When it is served hot, eaters often end up with a scorched mouth, colored clothing or all the delicious broth.

Din Tai Fung's chef Edward Yulianto, who appeared on MasterChef Australia, wowed the viewers as he revealed the right way to elegantly eat the steamed soup balls without burning your tongue.

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Din Tai Fung & # 39; s chef Edward Yulianto has revealed the right way to eat xiao long bao by piercing a hole with chopsticks to escape into the spoon

Din Tai Fung & # 39; s chef Edward Yulianto has revealed the right way to eat xiao long bao by piercing a hole with chopsticks to escape into the spoon

The Chinese dumpling master suggested using a chopstick to pierce a small hole in the dumpling so that the broth can escape into the spoon.

Neem Take the dumpling, then dip it in the soy and vinegar, then place it back on the spoon, poke a small hole, then drink the soup #, said Yulianto.

The chef – who believes he has made at least a million dumplings during his nine-year career – then puts ginger soaked in soy sauce on top, before consuming the entire dumpling.

MasterChef Judge George Calombaris was surprised at the eating process and said: & # 39; See, that's what we did wrong, we're just blocking it too quickly. & # 39;

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The step-by-step eating guide was shared on the Facebook page of MasterChef Australia and has since been commented on more than 10,000 times.

The dumpling master slurped the soup from the dumplings after he had inserted a small hole in it

The dumpling master slurped the soup from the dumplings after he had inserted a small hole in it

The dumpling master slurped the soup from the dumplings after he had inserted a small hole in it

He then places ginger soaked in soy sauce on his dumpling

He then places ginger soaked in soy sauce on his dumpling

Finally, he consumes the entire dumpling

Finally, he consumes the entire dumpling

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The chef then places ginger soaked in soy sauce on top of his bowl before eating it

& # 39; Soup dumplings were never my favorite to burn your mouth! Now I can order them again with pleasure, & one commented.

One said: & # 39; That is much more elegant and well-mannered than how I did it. & # 39;

Another said: & # 39; No wonder we always burn our mouths to eat it. We've eaten them wrong all our lives … and I thought to taste those dumplings in all their glory, I had to go through the pain of the scorching hot broth that exploded in my mouth first. & # 39;

And one commented: & # 39; This is amazing. I literally take the soup balls and put the whole thing in my mouth and just try to reduce it and of course while suffering from how hot it is. & # 39;

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