International Dumpling Day: In Asia, dumplings are more or less of the same kind - dough pastry wrapped around a lump of zingy fillings.
Momos come in different varieties but their classic recipe includes maida that is used as its base. But wait, what if we say you can now make dumplings that are completely devoid of maida!
Dal is one of the most commonly served dishes in India; here is a recipe you can use to make a healthy dumpling out of dal.
Here we are helping you understand the actual difference between momos, dim sums, dumpling and wontons. Take notes.
We often use the terms dumplings and dim sum interchangeably (and the more common momos). However, though momos and dumplings are similar in ways, dim sum actually refers to a style of Chinese cuisine, served ...
The humble kidney bean makes a great base for this deeply satisfying soup and dumpling combo.
But good dumplings (or won tons) are well within a home cook's reach and, frankly, are often better than what is served at restaurants.
Winters are here and its time to embrace the humble root vegetable- beetroot. Here's how you can relish it as a delicious dessert post a meal or even as a tea-time treat.
Nuchinunde Recipe: This recipe is made by steaming two different dals and is absolutely delicious in taste.
The best part is this dumpling is made with zero drop of oil. You just need some oil to grease the pans you are steaming the dumplings in.