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Sevda Ates, ‘Pelmeni’ packaging design for Russian dumplings, 2016.


Cocinar Dumplings Chinas

Dumplings o bolas de masa hervida son un alimento básico en China. Se originaron en la dinastía Han del Este hace más de mil ochocientos años. 357 more words


Karupatti paal kozhukattai


  • Karupatti or palm sugar – 150 gm
  • Coconut milk – 150 ml (adjust according to your desired consistency)
  • Kozhukattai flour or raw rice flour – 1 cup (150 gm)
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South Indian Cooking

GBBO technical challenge 3 – Dampfnudeln

I think my immediate feelings towards this challenge were summed up as soon as I’d finished watching the episode (yes, I was catching up):

After watching the episode, the fear of lifting the lid too soon seemed to be the most important thing that stayed with me. 512 more words


HuTong Dumpling Bar, Melbourne

HuTong Dumpling Bar features pretty prominently in many people’s top dumpling lists, so being in a dumpling-sort-of-mood we decided to head along. Not sure if it’s a booking type of place, but we headed in and was lucky (?) to find a table pretty easily in what was a very busy restaurant. 220 more words

Six modern Singaporean hawkers

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Nick Soon, 49

I’ve been making Teochew kueh for a year and a half. The most popular one is the soon kueh (turnip dumpling), which is wrapped gyoza-style to appeal to the younger crowd. 288 more words


Swiss Spätzli

Even though summer has not yet ended, cooler wet weather heralds the time of stew, and what better accompaniment for stew than Swiss Spätzli. Spelled in many different ways: spätzle, spätzli, spaetzli, spaetzle, this is almost a kind of tiny dumpling, or half dumpling, half noodle, commonly found in Swiss, German and Austrian cuisine. 399 more words