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Sun, Jan 30


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Culture Kitchen: China

Our guest chef Bella will be performing a zoom demonstration of how to cook Chinese dumplings, just in time for Chinese New Year!

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Culture Kitchen: China
Culture Kitchen: China

Time & Location

Jan 30, 2022, 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM MST

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About The Event

Recipe for Chinese Dumplings

Base ingredients:



Soy Sauce




Oil (Sesame, Olive, or Vegetable)

Frozen or fresh dumpling wrappers (gyoza skins) can be purchased locally here

Oyster Oil (optional)

Black Pepper (optional)

Filling Ingredients:

for Chinese Cabbage and Pork ○  Minced Pork ○  Chinese Cabbage 

for Mushroom and Pork

○ Minced Pork

○ Diced/Sliced Mushrooms 

for Corn and Pork

○ Minced Pork

○ Corn 

for Vegetarian

○ You can pick any vegetables you would like, such as Corn, Mushrooms, or Carrots

Chef’s Notes

  • You can pick whatever filling you would like for the dumplings, including other fillings not listed!
  • This recipe uses frozen dumpling wrappers; if you choose to make homemade wrappers, it will take around 2.5 hours to prepare. The frozen wrappers will need a few hours to thaw as well.
  • The Chinese name for dumplings is called Jiaozi, which has a history of more than 1,800 years. It is a traditional dish eaten on Chinese New Year's Eve, and at special family reunions. Extended family members may gather together to make Jiaozi. After boiling them, Jiaozi are commonly eaten with a dipping sauce made of vinegar. Some people will add chili oil too.

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