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Chinesische JiaoZi nach drei Kochmethoden|Three ways to cook Chinese dumplings, Jiaozi|Three ways to cook dumplings



JiaoZi is a must on every Han Chinese New Year table. Dumplings with filling are a common food around the world. JiaoZi has been a New Year’s dinner for 2000 years, especially for us northern Chinese. Doing jiaozi with the family is a beautiful tradition, and even the children can help. There are three common methods of preparing JiaoZi: boiling in water, steaming and frying in the pan. In this video I show you all three methods and the best fillings in my experience. Welcome to learn more about the Chinese GuoBianSu concept cooking with my channel or on my website www.liyunconcept.com JiaoZi is a must-to-have on every Han Chinese New Year table.Dumplings with filling is a common food around the world . JiaoZi has been a New Year’s dinner for 2000 years, especially for us northern Chinese. Making jiaozi with the family is a nice tradition, even the children can help. There are three common methods of preparing JiaoZi: boiling in water, steaming and frying in the pan. In this video I will show you all three methods and the best fillings according to my experience. Welcome to find more about Chinese GuoBianSu concept cooking with my channel or on my website www.liyunconcept.com Ingredients list for 2 servings 500 g wheat flour (type 405) Filling variants (3 types, each for 2 servings) Vegetarian: 1 piece of zucchini, three Eggs non-vegetarian: 200g minced pork, 250g onions; or 200g minced meat, 200g shrimp without shell, 50 g chopped chives Salt, pepper and soy sauce Ingredients list for 2 servings 500 g wheat flour (type 405) Fillings (3 types, each for 2 servings) Vegetarian: 1 piece of zucchini, three eggs Non-vegetarian: 200g minced pork, 250g onions; or 200g minced meat, 200g shrimp without shell, 50g chopped chives Salt, pepper and soy sauce.

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