Homemade Chinese Dumplings 3 Ways | Jiaozi

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Today we’re making Chinese dumplings. The great thing about dumplings is you can customize the filling to your specific tastes. This recipe yields approximately 60 dumplings. (You can half it if you prefer to make less, however if you have a group of people together its fun to make together and send people home with!) The dumplings freeze well, and you can cook the dumplings from frozen using any of the 3 methods shown.

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o 3 cups flour
o 1 ¼ cups water
o 1 tsp salt
o 1 lb ground pork
o 1 medium head of napa cabbage (1/2 a large head)
o 20 garlic scapes (optional)
o 2 bunches scallions (optional)
o 4 cloves garlic
o 1 tsbp minced ginger
o 4 tbsp soy sauce
o 2 tbsp sesame oil
o 2 tsp pepper

o Mix together flour and salt
o Gradually add in water
o Knead until soft
o Let rest

o Chop and heavily salt cabbage, set aside to rest
o Chop all ingredients
o Squeeze water out of cabbage, saving water
o Combine ground pork, chopped vegetables and seasoning
o Stir to create a paste gradually adding cabbage water

o Roll dough into small circles (roughly 2.5 inches across)
o Fill with 1 tbsp of filling
o Fold and let rest

o Choose one of the 3 cooking methods outlined and enjoy!

About Cooking with Kaylie

My name is Kaylie, and I LOVE food! Cooking food, eating food, trying new food, learning about food, and sharing food. Join me in my kitchen as I try to create authentic cuisine from all cultures around the world.

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