Mix together the almond flour, tapioca flour, and eggs. It's easiest if you use your food processor, and you should end up with a grainy mix that holds together well when compacted.
Make a ball of the mixture and knead it as best you can. If needed, add a little bit of hot water. I like to add hot water because it seems to help make the dough stick together better.
Let the dough set while you begin to make the filling.
Brown the ground pork in a frying pan over high heat, adding in the minced garlic cloves and salt and pepper to taste once browned.
Grate your ginger root and it to your filling mixture. I like to add a lot of ginger to give it a favor punch, but you can add as much as you like.
Roll out your dough with a rolling pin. If you're having issues with the dough sticking, I've found it easiest to roll the dough out between two layers of parchment or wax paper. try to get a very thin layer of the pasta dough.
Use a circular cookie cutter (or the edges of a glass or whatever you have available) to cut out circles of pasta dough.
Brush the inside of the dough with a little water and add a spoonful of the filling mix to the center of the dough. (How much you use will depend upon the size of your circles.)
Fold the dough circles in half and pinch the edges of the dough together with your fingers to seal the potstickers closed.
Once you have finished making your dim sum, you are ready to steam them.
I used a bamboo steamer to steam mine in a wok over some simmering water. To keep them from sticking to your steamer of choice, line it with cabbage leaves or parchment paper or something similar. (There is a reason these are called potstickers.)
Keep steaming until the pasta changes texture and looks cooked (Or you can taste one to check for doneness.)
It took me about 10-15 minutes to steam each batch.
Remove from the heat, and serve with a dipping sauce of your choice. I mixed together a little soy sauce, sesame oil and Asian plum vinegar, but to make it totally paleo you can substitute out the soy sauce for coconut amino or something else.
Recipe printed from Oh, The Things We'll Make! Blog. https://thethingswellmake.com/paleo-dim-sum-recipe/