Saturday, October 11, 2014

Yarnfood Saturday

EN

Name:
‘Siu mai’ and deep fried dumplings

Category:
Dim sum

Cuisine:
Asian

Taste:
Savory – ‘siu mai’ is seasoned minced pork/shrimp filling wrapped in wonton wrappers, and the deep fried dumplings are deep fried dumplings (durr) with any fillings of desire inside!
  
Yarn & tool info: 
Crochet – the ‘siu mai’ contains acrylic wool and cotton yarn and the deep fried dumpling one is made of 100% polyester!
Both work used with a 3.0 mm hook pen.
NL

Naam:
'Siu mai' en gefrituurde dumplings

Categorie:
Dim sum

Keuken:
Aziatische

Smaak:
Hartig - 'siu mai' is een vulling van gekruid gehakt verpakt in wonton vellen, en de gefrituurde dumplings zijn gefrituurde dumplings (durr) en kan met ieder favoriete vulling verpakt worden! Lekker veelzijdig dus.
  
Garen & hulpmiddel info:
Haken –  de 'siu mai' bevat acryl wol en katoen en de gefrituurde dumpling is gemaakt van 100% polyester!
Allebei gehaakt een 3,0 mm haakpen.

Just trying a new writing style and post with my Yarnfood Saturday series which contains a short info of the project and the background of it - I hope you like it! 

 Work in process 

Where my money most goes to: food and yarn. 

Maybe you have spot them already at my Instagram!



Have you have them before?

23 comments :

  1. Ik blijf dit zo schattig vinden! Je doet het zo tof c: Die laatste foto is echt leuk met die stokjes erbij!
    Liefs, Tessa

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  2. Super leuk gedaan! Wie had gedacht dat lekker uitziend eten niet eetbaar hoeft te zijn :P

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  3. I love dim sum and these look so adorable! ♥

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  4. All your posts are sooo adorable and make me so happy and ...hungry? hahaha <3
    allygong.com
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    -Ally

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  5. HAH these are amazing!! I love it. Dim sum is delicious, but I never thought to crochet a version of them because ... well I'd get hungry & want to eat them instead hah! You did such a great job, girly!

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  6. Yesss I love fried dumplings! I love that you've given them fillings haha.

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  7. These are looking so adorable !

    Sara,
    http://thecrimeofashion.blogspot.fr

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  8. You are simply a genius with yarn!!

    -Kati

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  9. Those looks so damn awesome! You seriously do the best job ever. I can't wait for you to take a photo of all of your yarn foods together!

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  10. Supercute!! Vanmorgen had ik nog Siu Mai, so yum! :D xx

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  11. Oohhh you make the most adorable stuff! So cute ♥ Can't imagine how much work (and time) this takes. I love siu mai. Especially ha kau ^_________^

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  12. Once again it's perfection! I found the perfect vegetarian dim-sum recipe online and I still haven't tried it out :(

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  13. you're so creative!

    xoxo, rae
    http://www.raellarina.net/

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  14. Cute! They look just like the ones I have whenever my parents and I go dim sum, yum :9

    xx becky // star violet

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  15. So creative and so cute ^^


    恵美より ♥
    www.emi-doll.blogspot.jp

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  16. Super leuk gemaakt en ik vind siu mai en dumplings ook zo lekker!

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  17. OMG so cute!! I just love those dumplings :)

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  18. Wow these are so adorable and the way you display them is perfect! I'm really craving for some dim sum now which is good because I'll be having some soon hehe

    I hope you're doing well.

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  19. This looks so cute!
    So creative :)
    I love dumplings <3

    http://stylealamy.blogspot.nl/

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  20. I love the real sui mai, but I think I'm more in love about your yarn version!

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