Appetizing and varied dumplings from around the world
Dumplings - a dish in the form of boiled products from unleavened dough stuffed with minced meat or fish.
Ah, dumplings - a dish, various variations of which can be found in almost any corner of the world.
Some of them are spicy, some are sweet, but they can all satisfy your hunger and pamper your taste buds.
From the Chinese Jiaozi to the Argentine Empanada and Nepalese momo - no matter what country you are in, you will find different options to your taste.
A popular type of dumplings - Chinese jiaozi - is fried in a pan on one side, and then boiled in water or broth. The traditional Jiaozi filling is pork, shrimp or cabbage.
Like other Polish dishes, pies are a very satisfying dish. These dumplings can fill with anything - from mashed potatoes, cheese and fried onions to mushrooms, meat, spinach and sauerkraut.
Empanada is translated from Spanish as “wrapped in bread”; suitable name for these fried Argentinean dumplings. Bite the crust, and inside you will find the filling in the form of ground beef, eggs, olives, onions, paprika and caraway seeds.
Among the huge variety of Italian cuisine, delicate gnocchi stand out. Although these are dumplings rather than dumplings, they are made from potatoes, flour, eggs, cheese, riccottes, and then served in a sauce with meat or vegetables.
These pan-fried dumplings, known as gyoza, are the Japanese version of jiaozi. They are filled with pork, cabbage, onions and carrots, and the dough is thin and fried until dark.
South African Soclouites
Souskulites from South Africa is a sweet dish made from flour, sugar, eggs, butter and baking powder, which is then dipped in a delicious mixture of sugar with cinnamon. It’s better to eat hot.
The traditional European dish - dumplings - does not have a filler, but they are often served with meat dishes, for example, with schnitzel or shank.
Samosas are Indian dumplings with a crispy, flaky “shell” that is filled with spicy potatoes, peas, lentils, minced meat or onions.
American Sweet Dumplings
A traditional Amish dessert throughout America is dumplings with orange slices, which are baked in a dough with cinnamon and sugar. And be sure to serve vanilla ice cream on top.
Swedish Petit Coats
In the Swedish town of Piteå, petite coles were born, which are eaten with cranberry jam or butter. These dumplings are made from potatoes and barley or wheat flour, and the filling is always meat.
Khinkali is a Georgian dish, which is stuffed with spicy pork and beef with black pepper. The meat mixture is wrapped in a dough so that during cooking it releases aromatic juice.
Kreplach is called "Jewish ravioli" and is served in Israel with soup. The filling is beef or potatoes.
And these are dumplings, as we know them, a popular Russian dish. The name "dumpling" comes from the Finno-Ugric "dumplings" ("bread ear": singing "ear" + nanny "bread"). We have popular fillings are pork, beef, chicken, mushrooms or cheese.
Gimchi is a side dish made from pickled vegetables with spices. This is a favorite Korean dish. So beloved that kimchi are filling the Mandu - Korean dumplings. Mandu - one of the few Asian dumplings that have a round shape.
Czech "fruit dumplings"
Czech dumplings with a sweet and fruity taste are called "fruit dumplings." The dough for them is made from butter, flour and eggs, and then stuffed with fruits (usually plums). When the dumplings are ready, they are sprinkled with sugar and sprinkled with melted butter.
Bawan is sold in markets throughout Taiwan. Their dough is made from corn starch, sweet potato and rice flour, and then stuffed with pork, bamboo shoots and mushrooms. After that, boil and fry heavily.
Chicken dumplings is a hearty, creamy Slovak dish made from potatoes and served with feta cheese, pork or bacon.
Vietnamese Ban Bot Lock
Ban bot lok - Vietnamese dumplings that are made from tapioca flour, and when cooked they get a viscous texture. Stuffed with pork and shrimp.
Turkish manti is cooked with beef or lamb and served in yogurt, butter and ground red pepper.
These steamed dumplings are called momo, they can be found in Nepal and Tibet. They are stuffed with ground beef or vegetables such as cabbage, spinach or shallots.