There's no consensus on just how many dumpling varieties exist across China, but all are delicious and well worth a try. This set of recipes will take you through some of the most popular dishes. So grab some chopsticks and your favorite spicy oils, and get cooking!
It is not easy to make these little, juicy soup dumplings at home, but it is so worth it!
These Steamed Pork Dumplings are a true classic!
Wontons are a favorite Chinese snack, especially in the southern part of the country. Generally, there are two types of wonton soup. One is clear and mild and the other one comes with red chilli oil, more popular in Sichuan cuisine for its added kick!
This pan-fried tofu guo tie or jian doufu jiaozi with a little crisp bottom is easy to cook and quick to eat. The mixing of the fillings is a breeze and the following recipe makes about 35 pieces, great for sharing!
These chewy, crispy Chinese BBQ pork (Char Siu) dumplings are simple to make right at home!
These are not just any regular Asian dumplings. With such a puffy texture, they are very much like an Eastern European dumpling with an Asian twist!
A taro bun remade into tiny bite-sized dumplings filled with buttery salted duck eggs and taro, and lightly sweetened with condensed milk.
Tang Yuan is a popular sweet Chinese dessert used to celebrate the holidays!
Classic Cantonese style pork and shrimp filling swimming in a pool of spicy Sichuan chili oil for an unforgettable taste.