A delicious high protein steamed dumpling which can be enjoyed at any time of the day
Add the rest of the ingredients apart from the water and mix thoroughly
Add your water a little at a time, until the mixture forms a stiff dough
At this point, you can split the dough into two logs or into individual dumplings - the choice is yours, just don't make anything anymore than a 2inch/5cm diameter as this will mean it's going to take a lot longer to cook. If making two logs, I would wrap them up in parchment/greaseproof paper and then foil to protect them
Steam your muthiya for around 30-45 minutes. I usually do this part in my Instant Pot but a regular steamer or pan of hot water will work too
Once complete, slice up and eat with a drizzle of olive oil straight away or allow to cool and freeze for a later date.
When you reheat, do so in a hot pan with some sautéed onions and garlic, add your sliced muthiya and heat until piping hot, season with sesame seeds and fresh leaf coriander.
Once cooked, you can eat them as they are with a little spray oil, or stir fry them to get some texture, to do this, just soften some onion in a little oil, once soft, add a handful of sesame seeds and then add your sliced muthiya. On a medium high heat, toss everything around for 3-5 minutes until the muthiya are hot all the way through and some of the edges are beginning to crisp.