Savour The Flavours: Different Dumplings Around The World

21 December 23


Har Gaw (China)

Traditional Chinese dumplings called Har Gaw are prized for their unique flavour and delicate texture. They have fresh prawns and a mixture of seasonings inside.

Jiaozi (China)

Jiaozi are renowned for their savoury flavour, and the fillings are made up of minced meat, vegetables, and seasonings.

Gnocchi (Italy)

Traditional Italian dumplings known for their soft, pillowy texture are called gnocchi. Potatoes, flour, and occasionally eggs are used to make them.

Manti (Turkish)

Manki is a traditional Turkish dish consisting of small dumplings seasoned with various spices and either ground lamb or beef.

Khinkali (Georgia)

The juicy filling of khinkali, which is made with minced meat, onion, and a unique spice blend, is well known.

Mandu (Korea)

These are Korean dumplings stuffed with a variety of meats and veggies.

Modak (India)

Modak is a traditional Indian sweet dumpling prepared on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi. It has grated coconut, nutmeg, cardamom, and jaggery inside.

Buuz (Mongolia)

A traditional dish called buzz is prepared during Tsagaan saar, Mongolia's lunar New Year celebration. It consists of minced meat, onion, and additional seasonings.

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