If you are looking for quick, easy, and healthy food to impress your visitors from Korea, make some delicious and easy Korean dumplings. I was looking for a new way to prepare some dumplings while I was in Korea and came across some of the most delicious vegetables I have ever cooked with.
Not only are they cheap, but the taste is much better than Chinese or Japanese cuisine. Here are the five best recipes I have come up with. Did you know that delicious and easy Korean dumplings can be enjoyed in your own home for only a few minutes?
This might seem like a difficult task but it is not. All you need to do is to buy a simple recipe book and follow the instructions in it. Once you get familiar with the cooking techniques used in this type of dish, you will surely be able to make some wonderful dumplings in no time. So, what are you waiting for?
Korean Cooking has gained popularity all over the world. This is because of its tasty and healthy ingredients, and the way they are prepared in the most simple manner. When you are preparing your own Korean dish, you should make sure that you follow some easy recipes to make it more interesting and appetizing. This is where this article comes into action. Here, we will discuss about some delicious and easy to make Korean dishes that can be used for the day or night.
Delicious and Easy Homemade Korean DumplingsCourse: DinnerCuisine: KoreanDifficulty: Easy
If you love steamed dumplings, this easy recipe is for you! Enjoy at home but feel like you’re at a Korean restaurant! Yuuuuuum.
1 lbs of ground pork
2 lbs of ground beef
2 cups of chopped buchu (Asian chives)
1/2 half onion
7 oz (1/2 package) soft tofu
3 cloves of minced garlic
1 tsp salt
1/2 tsp pepper
3 tbs sesame oil
1 tsp Soy sauce
1 tsp sugar
dumpling skins (60 round discs)
- Make filling:
- Chop washed and dried chives into 2 cups worth.
- Finely Chop onion and mince garlic.
- Place 1 cup of ground pork and 2 cups of ground beef into a big bowl.
- Add chopped chives, garlic and onion to meat.
- Squeeze a half package of tofu with a paper towel (mush it up with your hands) and add to meat mixture.
- Add 1 tsp of salt, 1tsp soy sauce, 2 tbs of sesame oil, 1tsp of sugar ½ tsp of ground pepper and mix it by hand.
- Shape dumplings:
- Put some of the filling mixture into the center of a dumpling skin.
- Use your fingertips to apply a little cold water to one edge of the skin. This will act as a sealant when you fold it over.
- Fold skin in half over filling and press edges together to make ripple shape.
- Steam dumplings:
- Boil 2 cups of water with steamer insert in pot. Place dumplings in steamer for 8-10 minutes.
- Optional: Dipping sauce made of equal parts vinegar and soy sauce.
Reference : ozofsalt.