300gChinese chives - remove the hard end and cut to 0.5cm length
1egg - beaten (can use 2 eggs if prefer)
3/4tbsplight soya sauce
dash of pepper
50mlcold water - room temp
Heat frying pan with oil and add beaten egg. Stir fry the beaten egg to break up to pieces, dish up and leave to cool.
Filling - combine ground pork and prawn meat togeher. Add seasoning and mix well followed by chives and scrambled egg. Stir well again and chill chive mixture in the refrigerator for later use.
Dough skin - Sift plain flour and salt into a large bowl. Add corn oil and hot water into it. Using a pair of chopsticks or spatula and stir flour mixture to lumpy. Then pour in cold water (about 35ml) and use hand (dust with some flour) to knead flour mixture for about 5-7 minutes to smooth. Add a little more water if dough skin is too dry or dust with little more flour if it is too sticky. Cover with cling wrap and rest dough for 20 minutes.
Dust some flour on work top, knead dough again and divide into 10 equal portions, about 45-50g each.
Roll soft dough into a smooth ball and flatten it on the work top. Then gently roll it with a rolling pin to a thin wrapper in an oval shape (as shown in pic).
Scoop 2-3 tablespoons of chive filling on to one side of the wrap. fold it up and seal by pressing them together, then crimp the edges.
Add adequate oil in frying pan and pan fry the pockets both sides to golden brown, about 3-5 minutes on each side at medium low heat and it is now ready to serve.