Sweet Chilli Dim Sim/Dumplings

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August 29, 2017

Sweet Chilli Dim Sim/Dumplings 5 0 5 41

Easy and tasty dim sims in a sweet slightly but mildly spiced sauce. Great for entertaining.

  • Prep: 5 mins
  • Cook: 2 hrs
  • 5 mins

    2 hrs

    2 hrs 5 mins

  • Yields: 4 servings as a snack or side.

Ingredients

8 frozen dim sims (or gyoza dumplings ) thawed slightly

1/3 cup of sweet chilli sauce

2/3 cup of water

Directions

1Place the dim sims into a small 1.5 litre sized slow cooker.

2Mix the sweet chilli sauce and water together and pour over the dim sims.

3Cook on high for 2 hours. Stir occasionally.

4The lid remains on. No need for a tea towel/dish cloth.

5The bulk of the liquid will soak into the dim sim.

6Doubling or tripling this recipe for entertaining will require a larger slow cooker.

Submitted by Keryn Wolff

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54 Reviews

I’m thinking at least maybe 3 times the sauce? But I’d only double the water? Maybe?
Would 2kg be about 24 dimsims would I be guessing that right?
Just be aware they don’t cook too hot in a large cooker which will be hotter so I’d give them a little extra time but really I’d be checking them around the same time as recipe states as I think it won’t vary much πŸ™‚

Liz

July 18, 2018

I’m having a party soon and thinking of doing 2kg dim sims in a large. 7 lt slow cooker. How much marinade & water do you think I should add. Also approx time?
Thank you

Amanda

July 3, 2018

I made this lastnight deffinatly not a favorite dish of mine. In saying that i made this eith sweet n sour sauce for the kids and they loved it. I made the seeet chilli sauce for myself and partner and just didn’t enjoy this at all. Each to there own. I have made alot from this site and have enjoyed most meals

Jen Slater

June 19, 2018

I made these last weekend and everyone loved them, today I made them with Char Sui Sauce… yum, the sauce variations will be fun to try!

Any dim sims or dumplings will work πŸ™‚

Donna strange

June 13, 2018

Can you buy those dim Sims in nz.

It’s never dumb to ask something you are unsure of πŸ™‚ That’s what we are here for!
I’d double the sauce I think but not the time
It may only need minimal extra time if any

Melissa

June 9, 2018

If I was to double the amount of dumplings, do you also double the amount of the ingredients and also then double the cooking time? Sorry for the silly questions

Alysha Nichols

June 2, 2018

Was very nervous making these as I’m not a huge sweet chili eater, thought I’d try them out because it looks so good and everyone talks about them! Bloody glad I did, what a hit! Absolutely delicious and nothing like what I expected 😍

Edwina shepherd

May 7, 2018

Perfect, did these in honey soy marinade and the family came back for more. Such an easy dish to do at the end of the day. Thank you

Gemma

March 12, 2018

I used the marathon dim sims, and cooked as per the recipe. I cooked them in the sweet chilli for flavour but used soy sauce at the end. They were delicious and tasted better than steamed!

Kathrine

January 17, 2018

Anybody bought these in uk or Spain
Thanks

Cathryn Pawley

January 13, 2018

Definite crowd pleaser

Renee

October 9, 2017

Fantastic recipe tried it with honey soy garlic marinade it was yummy!

Darren Comley

October 3, 2017

Tried these again in a honey soy garlic marinade for the first time. Wow. Really nice. I finished them in a hot oven for 15 mins and this helped with shape and crispness. Next time I will turn them in the oven and do a further 15 minutes. While the dim sims were in the oven I left the sc lid off and flicked to high which made the sauce nice and thick sauce to pour over the dim sims.

Chantelle Roberts

October 2, 2017

Fantastic. So easy and simple. I used Vietnamese dipping sauce, and it was amazing.

Terresa

September 30, 2017

Absolutely fantastic! Quick to prepare, simple ingredients, cheap to make & so yummo! All 6 plates in my household were empty with the kids asking for me to make it again soon (including my fussy one who won’t normally eat dim sims!). Love this recipe!!

Michelle

September 26, 2017

I made them tonight with sweet & sour sauce. I wouldn’t cook them again in a slow cooker. I’ll stick to old fashioned steamed dim sims.

Tracey Davies

September 25, 2017

Such a simple & quick recipe!
Made the sweet chilli variety, added 1tbsp brown sugar as per another member suggestion. Served with sprinkle of dried chives & dollop of sour cream – Yummy πŸ‘

Darren Comley

September 24, 2017

I enjoyed these with sweet chilli sauce. I deliberately included extra sauce, shortcut bacon cut into strips and some homegrown spring onions. Still a super easy prep. Looking forward to trying them on fried rice and also with a honey soy garlic marinade as the sauce base. These would be so easy to do in bulk as snacks for parties

Nicole Holland

September 23, 2017

Absolutely delicious. I used a bag of homebrand woolies dimsums and a bottle of chilli sauce and a cup of water. On low for 4 hours. Absolutely amazing. Will add some bean sprouts and coriander to serve but definitely making again 😁😁😁

Nicole Holland

September 23, 2017

Absolutley delicious. Cant believe how easy and simple they are. And i only used homebrand Woolies ones. Bottle of sauce and a cup of water. 4hrs on low ..so addictive

Tracy

September 23, 2017

Made this with dumplings bought from Woolworths. Mix of chicken and prawn. As hubby was having some too i doubled the amounts of dumplings and sauce/water. Delicious only 1 problem though……… i could have eaten more so next time i will use more dumplings. So easy as i had to pop out shopping and came back lunch was done. No mess so fuss.

Lisa Nyhon

September 21, 2017

I used 2 x kan tong sweet and sour and 1 jar water, with the entire bag of dim sims and was great!
I prefer Woolies brand dim sims to Coles πŸ‘ŒπŸ»

Jayne

September 16, 2017

I’ve made this with sweet chilli sauce, plum sauce & kecap manis. So far the kecap manis has been our favourite. So quick and easy to do. Great for after school or sports or any time. This is going to be a regular in our household.

Rhonda Bianchi

September 16, 2017

I made this and it went like hot cakes.. I added a little brown sugar to balance the spice of chilli which also caremalised it… Love the idea… Thank you

Claire

September 16, 2017

I made this with a chicken tonight Mexican sauce served with a salad

Sandy L

September 13, 2017

I normally dislike these cheap supermarket dimsims but gave the recipe the benefit of a doubt. I’m so glad I did!! So easy and so tasty and even my hubby who ‘hates chinese food’ enjoyed them. Dimsims will be a freezer staple for us from now on.

Tahlia

September 12, 2017

Omg it’s this is just beautiful
I don’t normally eat meat dim sims only veggie ones but this has converted me ☺️
It’s so quick easy and full of flavour

Caitlin

September 12, 2017

After seeing this all over my news feed the last couple of days I decided to make this for dinner, except I used a jar of sweet and sour sauce and I couldn’t find dim sims at my local supermarket so I used frozen dumplings instead. They were yummy served with a homemade fried rice and some fresh coriander on top.

Deceey brown

September 12, 2017

I made these on the weekend with Aldi dim sims and ALDI sweet and sour sauce . I cooked them for four hours on low . Me and hubby loved them. The kids wouldn’t eat them so next time I will try them with plum sauce as I think with the right sauce the kids will like them .

Danni

September 11, 2017

I used 1/2 cup Soy, Honey and Garlic marinade sauce and 1/2 cup water and it was delicious. I cooked on high for an hour and 3 hours on low then served with brown rice and veggies.

Amy-Louise Wheldon

September 11, 2017

I made this for dinner tonight. I used aldi dim sims and an aldi honey soy garlic stir fry sauce. I rinsed out the jar and put the water in the pot. Gave a stir then popped on low for 3 hours. Was yummo. Served with veggies. So many different ways to do this recipe and very quick. I threw it together in 2 mins as i was heading off to a staff meeting.

Alicia OShea

September 11, 2017

I’m glad I didn’t find this recipe while I was pregnant or I would have looked like a dim Sims. Hubby absolutely loved them and was asking for me

Cheryl Cox

September 10, 2017

They were yummy and hubby liked them for someone who doesn’t like dim sim. Made them with sweet and sour sauce.

Tammy

September 10, 2017

I made this for dinner tonight I put noodles in the bowl first then the dim sims

Lyn Vesey

September 10, 2017

Fabulous. So many variations you can use to change it up. We love Asian dumplings and these definitely hit the spot. Thanks for sharing

Michelle

September 10, 2017

Has anyone tried this with soy sauce ??? Maybe watered down or even with honey and soy ???? Might try it and see what it’s like !!!!

Siobhan

September 7, 2017

I made these today and they were really good. I can’t get ready made dim sims here in Northern Ireland so I had to make them from scratch, they still tasted great xx

Nikki

September 7, 2017

I cooked this tonight but with sweet and sour sauce, was fantastic. Cooked for a family of 7 for under $10.

Julie Jardine

September 6, 2017

So good!! Used the coles brand dim sims, whole bag went in with half cp water n half cp sweet chilli. (Would use less chilli next time as it was an Asian one n I’m not a very good half asian, too spicy!! Haha. Or a cheaper non spicy brand) Accidentally put on low for 2 hrs n then switched to high once I realised for another hour. Not sure if this made a huge difference to the result but they were amazing anyways!! Will be making again for sure. Can’t wait to make them for my mum to get her authentic asian approval!! 😊😊

Channy

September 5, 2017

I made this today for dinner 😍
I used a jar of sweet & sour sauce served it with rice & salad

Sheena

September 5, 2017

I used a jar of kantong sweet n sour sauce and half a jar of water was great πŸ‘πŸ»

Natalie Knight

September 4, 2017

Really nice and different. Had them with sweet chilli sauce, a dollop of sour cream and chips cooked in the air fryer Will def do it again next time with Sweet and Sour sauce.

Tianne

September 4, 2017

So easy and would be an awesome pot luck or buffet dish as it is cheap. I used many different sauces to change to taste.

keryn.wolff

September 4, 2017

This can be served with vegetables or salad or rice on the side, or on its own.

keryn.wolff

September 3, 2017

Please feel free to use othe cook-in sauces such as sweet and sour if you can’t use sweet chili due to the spiciness. πŸ™‚ some sweet chilli sauces are spicier than others and if you are cooking for small children you may need to use a less spicy sauce. Suggestions could be plum sauce, teriyaki sauce, sweet and sour sauce or even satay sauce. Enjoy!

Cherrie

September 3, 2017

Sorry but I didn’t like it, mine came out with a sticky undercooked texture that was a gluggie texture.
In saying that it was not like a steamed dim sim texture.
But everyone has different tastes pallets.

Di Rowlands

September 3, 2017

Absolutely beautiful!
I used it as inspiration to do sweet and sour dumplings, so easy and yummy!
I have a larger slowcooker, so used 14 dim sims, 1/2 cup of sweet chilli sauce and 1/2 cup of water.
I cooked on low for 4 hours.
Thanks so much for this idea, the possibilities are endless xo

Pammie's Kitchen

September 3, 2017

Made these today using plum sauce instead of the chilli and really enjoyed them.
A new snack for me to make for visitors and being able to keep them warm in the sc will be great.
Thank You Keryn.

Tracey

September 3, 2017

Thanks for the recipe. As I found it a little hot I served with sour cream.
Omg they were soooo yummy

Samantha

September 2, 2017

Such a simple but delicious recipe. Who would of thought of using DimSims, but I have to say THANK YOU <3
I doubled the recipe and added honey.
We served it with baby Bok Choy and Steamed Rice.
For the Dim Sims we simply used the cheap Homebrand ones from Woolworths.

Christine

August 29, 2017

This is so easy and just awesome to eat.

Shenae

August 29, 2017

Made this for my partners lunch today.
He was impressed.
I used 1/8cup of honey to sweeten it up because my 2yo was eating it as well.

I will be adding this to the lunch menu at our house.

Thank you for this simple, yet delicious recipe.

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