Favorite Asian Dumplings from Scratch
I wanted to share with you a new class that I’m taking this month!
Next to Jamaican food I love all kinds of Asian dumplings.
Now that I live in Hawaii I try to go to a new restaurant every week but I’ve always wanted to learn how to make dumplings.
In Jamaica we have dumplings made two ways boiled or fried but it’s not always filled with meat or cheese.
Sign up for a class with me and tell me what you think. See you in the classroom!
From street-side stands to five-star restaurants, dumplings are a delicious staple of Asian cuisine — but can these mouthwatering morsels really be made at home? Join me, award-winning cookbook author Andrea Nguyen, in my new online class, Favorite Asian Dumplings from Scratch, and discover how easy it is to combine authentic ingredients and a few simple techniques for delicious wontons, pot stickers and more! First we’ll take on the classic Cantonese wonton, a word that can be translated as “swallowing clouds.” We’ll use store-bought wrappers to shape wontons into three lovely shapes: the basic triangle, the nurse’s cap and the flower bud. I’ll also share my favorite tip for bringing briny sea flavor to the delicious shrimp and scallion filling.
Andrea Nguyen | Craftsy Instructor