The making of dumplings is no less than an art. Although these bite-sized snacks are quite binge-able, a lot of painstaking detail is required to make each dumpling. Right from kneading the dough to shaping the covering and adding the filling inside it, there's so much hard work involved. More often than not, our dumplings end up shaped in a bizarre way that is far from ideal. However, a Twitter user named @ziyatong came up with a creative solution to make dumplings look good. Wondering what it was? Take a look and see for yourself:
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The picture of the creative dumplings was shared on Twitter by user @ziyatong, where it received over 709k views and 23k likes. "I've been making dumplings wrong my whole life," she wrote in the caption. In the click, we could see some dumplings made in a baking tray. Rather than the usual shape, they were actually shaped like dinosaurs! There were legs, scales and other additions made to the quirky and cute dumplings. The Twitter user seemed to have taken her misshaped dumplings and used them to craft something creative by making a few additions with a dumpling dough.
The dinosaur-shaped dumplings received a flurry of reactions on social media. "These are awesome," wrote a user while another said, "Will be making dinosaur sounds before I eat them!" "This is why social media is the best," wrote one user while another said, "I won't ever eat these. This is ART!!!" Take a look at the reactions:
Thought it was samosas— Felicia (@KaffeMedSukker) August 8, 2023
Gyozasauruses?— David James Hughes (@thedavidjhughes) August 7, 2023
Looks like you could adapt perogies too, and other Italian pastry?— Photography by Douglas 🍁📷🍁 (@DarkWaterPhotos) August 8, 2023
you can called them dumplingsaurs.— Jetton/Kidkongaler (@kidkongaler) August 8, 2023
What did you think of the creative dinosaur-shaped dumplings? Tell us in the comments. Meanwhile, if you want to make dumplings at home, we have a couple of tips for you. Click here for the dumpling-making tips.
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