Today I’m going to share with you guys a recipe to make Dumpling.
Dumplings are a common staple throughout Asia, and have different names depending on the country. In China, they are called Jiaozi in, Gyoza in Japan and Nepali in Korea. They all look very similar and are made with meat and vegetable fillings wrapped inside a thin sheet of dough and crimped together around the edges. In Chinese traditions, dumplings are one of those dishes that must be served at Chinese New Year. Because it’s shape looks similar to the old currency of silver and gold ingots used in historical times, it symbolises wealth for the family. And for a bit of fun, a small coin will be hidden in one of the dumpling and the person who gets the coin is considered as the luckiest member for in the family.
As for myself, I always enjoy my “dumpling parties’ that I have with friends. We can chat and catch up with everyone while gathering around the table preparing the dumplings before cooking them off and eating together. It is a lot of fun when everyone enjoys cooking as well.