15 Apr '13, 6am
Found this on Soshiok... kimchi dumplings? looks yummy!
KIMCHI mandu is a variation of Korean dumplings made with kimchi as the main ingredient. The key to making good kimchi mandu is to use fully fermented kimchi for the extra kick that this mandu (dumpling) is known for. Kimchi mandu is especially good for making soup, manduguk (dumpling soup) or tteok-manduguk (a variation of rice cake soup, tteokguk, with dumplings), which is a must-eat New Year's dish. With its pungent flavour and crunchy texture, the kimchi version adds a nice contrast to the mildly flavoured broth and soft rice cake slices. For this recipe, I steamed the dumplings, but you can cook them your way. Kimchi mandu (Korean dumplings) 25-30 dumpling wrappers (slightly thick) Filling 1 cup (packed) finely chopped kimchi 170g tofu 230g sukju namul (mung bean sprouts) ½ medium onion 3 scallions (spring onions) 110g ground pork (and/or beef) 1 tbsp minced garlic 1 ...