How To Make Asian-Style Dumplings From Scratch!
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Introduction & Class Overview1:01
Dumplings: A Project You Can Eat!0:36
Rolling: Homemade Dumpling Wrappers8:04
Mixing: Basic Dumpling Filling9:18
Folding: 4 Easy Techniques3:56
Cooking: How To Pan-Fry, Boil, & Steam6:19
Quick Tips: Easy Dipping Sauce & Broth3:21
About This Class
Forget Chinese takeout, learn how make Asian-style dumplings right in your own kitchen! We’ll begin by making simple homemade dumpling wrappers and a versatile meat & veggie filling. I'll show you a few ways to fold them and some cooking methods, including how to steam, boil, and pan-fry them for potstickers. We'll also make an easy dipping sauce for serving and a quick 5-minute broth for dumpling soup! This class is for beginners or intermediate cooks. At the end of the class you will be able to make any of these dishes and share your photos with the other students! No prior experience necessary.
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Joscelyn does an excellent job of explaining all of the processes involved. Her engaging style and clear explanations make learning easy and enjoyable. I like that she makes no assumptions about skill level or previous knowledge, but teaches us so that anyone can follow - yet those with skill in the kitchen don't feel like they are learning below their skill level. I highly recommend this class to anyone interested in making their own dumplings.
I love dumplings, and I would love to try out making and cooking them on my own. I love watching people cooking and can't wait to experiment on my own! And it's fun as well. Yes, this course is highly recommended! : )
I really recommend this course to ANYONE who likes dumplings - Joscelyn is very skillful, and makes it very easy for us non-so-skillful at home :) I was really happy with the first batch I made, and they tasted so much better than any bought dumplings I've eaten!
Joscelyn was born in Honolulu, Hawaii, but spent much of her adult life in North Carolina, where she earned her Fine Arts degree in Graphic Design. At a young age, her grandmother taught her the art of southern cooking and a passion for food was born. For a short while she even had a small specialty cake business where she created custom cakes for weddings and events. After discovering some sensitivities to dairy and gluten, her cooking style took on a healthier twist and she began Wifemamafoodie to share her healthy recipes.
She currently resides in Tulsa, Oklahoma, with her husband and two children. When she's not busy cooking in the kitchen or doing freelance work, she enjoys spending time with her family, practicing photography, and traveling to new places.