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« on: October 13, 2006, 04:39:01 PM »

subject: korean dumpling recipe, do you have it?
from: saelina
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Just wondering if anyone replied you back with the korean dumpling recipe. I actually need that recipe for my daughter's school related project and I cannot find it anywhere and if you have it, could you share it with me? Thank you very much.
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« Reply #1 on: October 13, 2006, 04:39:31 PM »

subject: yaki mandu
from: Nana
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If you use the "Yahoo Search" or Google and ask for "yaki mandu" there are a number of good recipes.
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« Reply #2 on: October 16, 2006, 04:37:54 PM »

 
Korean name;     JjinManDoo

 
English name;          Steamed Korean dumpling
 
 
Ingredients ManDoo Skin: Wheat flour (2C), salt (1 tea spoon), water

ManDoo stuffing: finely chopped pork (100g), tofu (1/4), cabbage Kimchi (1/4), bean sprout (100g), DangMyen Noodle (30g), salt (1 tea spoon), chopped garlic (1/2 table spoon), chopped ginger (1 tea spoon), black pepper

Dipping sauce: soy sauce (2 table spoons), vinegar (1 table spoon), chopped scallion (1 tea spoon), chopped garlic (1 tea spoon), ginger (1 tea spoon)
 
Recipe

 1. Put the noodles in a bowl of water to soften then chop it.

2. Squeeze to remove excess juice from Kimchi and then chop it finely.

3. Mix well pork, tofu, cooked bean sprouts, DangMyen noodle with seasoning.

4. Make small balls of ManDoo dough. Then roll them to make flat circles 4 inches across.

5. Put stuffing onto ManDoo skin and close to create nice dumpling shape.

6. Put a cotton cloth in a steam pot then cook ManDoo about 10-15 mins.
 
cooking tips

Knead the dough as much as you can to make a firmer wrapping skin. Serve with DanMooJi (Korean radish pickle). Radish helps digestion of any meat. You can prepare a large quantity of ManDoo and steam. Then allow to cool and store in a freezer. You can cook ManDoo soup or fried ManDoo at any time. No need to defrost.

 
 
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