There’s one food in China that my girls never get sick of: dumplings. Today they learned how to make them!
Ever noticed how many cultures have a version of a dumpling? Aside from the Chinese version, Ukrainians have perogies, Italians have gnocchi and ravioli, Indians have samosas and so-on. There’s something about stuffing dough with filling and cooking it that just tastes good.
We didn’t actually get to make the dough or the filling, but we learned how to form Chinese dumplings with both. There was a bit of laughter on the part of our hosts so we evidently need to improve our technique, but no one could argue with the end result – yummy!