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We are all about dumplings: stuffed, boiled, fried, and, of course, delicious
Dumplings are universal; every single culture has a version of them, and really, it is no wonder why: These glutinous balls of flavor are unanimously delicious and incredibly satisfying.
From Low Country chicken and dumplings to Italian stuffed pastas, panzerottis, and gnocchi; South American empanadas; Shanghai-style soup dumplings, bao, and potstickers (both boiled and pan-fried); and Polish pierogis — the list could go on and on. Historically, making dumplings was a way to stretch meat and other ingredients to feed large groups of people, so they are usually as economical as they are delicious.
Click here to read “How 14 Countries Make Stuffed Dumplings.”
We asked our talented Culinary Content Network of food bloggers for their favorite dumpling recipes — of any culture — for this installment of SWAT (Sharing With A Theme). Now, for you, we share 14 well-executed dumpling recipes of their own creation. So pick a culture, check out a recipe, and you too can enjoy the wonderful world of dumplings.