Chinese dumplings make a fantastic starter to any Chinese meal or dim sum feast. Find recipes for pork Chinese dumplings, steamed Chinese dumplings and lots more.
I love dumplings and have come up with this recipe using all of my favourite ingredients. The dumplings consist of pork, prawns, watercress, water chestnuts, and are absolutely delicious! Great for a party.
These Chinese dumplings, known as shao may or shiu may, have a chicken filling, which is lighter than the traditional pork mixture. Wonton wrappers, sold in Oriental food stores, can be used, or you can make your own pasta wrapping. Serve these dim sum as the starter for a multi-course Chinese meal.
This recipe combines minced pork with finely chopped cabbage, which is used to filled wonton wrappers. They are then pan-fried and served with a chilli dipping sauce.Perfect for dim sum.
Authentic beef and prawn Chinese dumplings, also called potstickers. These moreish dumplings make a great Chinese starter, and are freezer friendly, too! Feel free to use minced pork instead of beef, if desired.
These tasty dumplings make a perfect starter or you can serve them as part of a dim sum feast. Serve with hoisin sauce, hot Chinese-style mustard and toasted sesame seeds.
The addition of green peppers is not the norm for dumplings but they taste great to me. This recipe has been one of my family’s favourites for years.
Shredded chicken is stir fried with onions, garlic, soy sauce, sugar and spring onions to make the filling. The filling is then used to fill homemade dumpling skins, before being steamed.
These Chinese dumplings are filled with a melange of earthy mushrooms, fresh prawns and minced pork.
These Chinese dumplings may take a while to make, but the results are really worth it. A well-flavoured pork filling is used to stuff homemade dumpling skins. They are then pan-fried to perfection.
This tofu ball dish is easy to make, and it is a great soup for your Lunar New Year meal. On Chinese New Year, we like to have meatballs or sweet dumplings. Ball in Chinese is 'wan,' sweet dumpling in Chinese is 'tang yuan.' Their shapes are both round. So we use a meatball dish and/or sweet dumpling dish to emphasise the Chinese expression 'He Jia Tuan Yuan.' 'He Jia' means the whole family. 'Tuan Yuan' means 'all be together'.