만두 (Korean)

meat, onions, salt, oil, mushrooms, sugar, tofu

These Korean dumplings can be made with store-bought gyoza wrappers, and are most often filled with minced kimchi, or kimchi and tofu. These base fillings are mixed with bean sprouts, shredded carrots, garlic, leeks, and green onion, and seasoned with ginger, garlic, and brown sugar. These are then either steamed, fried in sesame oil, or boiled in soups.

Created Dec. 30, 2016 by: anika854

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