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Pan-fried, deep-fried or steamed, dumplings are a perfect treat to share with family and friends
Yield: 12 dumplings
Gyoza are Japanese-style dumplings.
Yield: 10 gyozas
“Mandu” is the Korean word for dumpling.
Yield: About 20 dumplings
“This recipe is great for parties, and can be paired with beer, ramen or a bowl of steamed Japanese rice.”
Yield: 60-65 dumplings
*Tip: Prepare a flour (1 tsp) and water (4 tsp) mixture in a small bowl. Before wrapping each dumpling, dip your finger in the mixture and draw a circle around the outer rim of the wrapper to create an adhesive. This will prevent water from seeping into the dumpling during the cooking process.