HOW TO MAKE HOMEMADE DUMPLING DOUGH RECIPES

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HOW TO MAKE DUMPLING DOUGH | FREEFOODTIPS.COM



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Do you want to learn the easiest recipe for dumpling dough! I will show how you can make homemade dumpling wrappers with minimum effort.

Provided by Julia

Categories     Ingredient

Total Time 30 minutes

Prep Time 30 minutes

Yield 5

Number Of Ingredients 5

600 g all-purpose flour
250-300 ml cold water
1 egg
½ tsp. salt
2 tbsps. vegetable oil

Steps:

  • Sieve flour into a deep bowl. I highly recommend you not to skip this step. As sieving will increase the quality of the final dough. You will get rid of all the big lumps in flour and saturate it with oxygen. Add salt to the bowl.
  • Make a hole in the middle of the flour mixture and beat in the egg.
  • Mix flour with the egg and at the same time start pouring water into it.
  • Add vegetable oil and keep mixing the ingredients in the bowl.
  • With a spoon scoop flour from the edges into the center.
  • When you find it hard to continue stirring the mixture with a spoon, start kneading the dough with your hands. In the end, you get non-sticky dough.
  • Cover the bowl with plastic wrap and set it aside for 15-20 minutes. The dough will get more malleable over time.
  • Knead the dough one last time without adding more flour.
  • For convenience purposes, divide the dough into several parts. In such a way, the diameter of the rolled dough will be much more manageable. Take a rolling pin, sprinkle some flour over it and roll the dough into a thin layer.
  • Cut out dumpling wrappers of the necessary size with the rim of a glass or something similar.

Nutrition Facts : Calories 229 kcal, ServingSize 1 serving

GRANDMA'S DUMPLINGS FROM SCRATCH: 100+ YEAR OLD RECIPE ...



Grandma's Dumplings from Scratch: 100+ Year Old Recipe ... image

Grandma would always make these for us when we were under the weather. She would cook a chicken in a pot with water, carrots, onions, and celery until it was done. Then she would pull all the chicken meat of the bone, and put it back into the broth (she would taste it after the meat was added and then add salt, pepper, and a little parsley). I always sat on the counter and watched her throw everything in a pan without measuring, and they were AMAZING. Finally, I asked her to write it down for me, and I'm glad I did. Posting on here so I never lose this recipe! She always rolled them out thin and used a knife to cut them into pieces. They were never the same shape, but that's how we knew when Grandma made them :) NOTE: Grandma learned how to make these from her mother, so this is the OLD school recipe for dumplings. I am writing it like she gave it to me. Scant teaspoon means a little under the measurement: not quite to the top but not 1/4 less.

Total Time 20 minutes

Prep Time 5 minutes

Cook Time 15 minutes

Yield 1 big pot, 6-8 serving(s)

Number Of Ingredients 7

2 cups flour
1 teaspoon baking powder, scant
1 tablespoon Crisco
1 teaspoon Crisco
1 pinch salt
1 pinch pepper
3/4 cup water

Steps:

  • Mix the first 6 ingredients together until combined. Slowly add the water until you form a dough. You may have to add more or less water to form the ball.
  • Roll out the dumpling dough on a floured surface thin and cut into bite size pieces.
  • Drop them one at a time into simmering chicken/broth. She would always drop a few then wait a bit, then drop a few more. She said this kept them from sticking together in the end. After they are all added, give a gentle stir (once or twice around the pot, then leave it alone).
  • Let the dumplings simmer in the chicken/broth mixture until they float to the top (about 15 minutes or so). I have let them simmer a longer, and that's fine. She would taste the broth one last time after the dumplings were done for seasoning before we got to eat them!

Nutrition Facts : Calories 177.2, FatContent 3.2, SaturatedFatContent 0.9, CholesterolContent 0, SodiumContent 87.8, CarbohydrateContent 32, FiberContent 1.1, SugarContent 0.1, ProteinContent 4.3

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