Mandu [Dumplings]

Korean’s Special Dish that takes you Goryo and Chosun Dynasty! 

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Mandu (Image Author: Brücke-Osteuropa on Wiki)

Mandu (dumplings) is made by placing a filling of mashed meat or vegetable onto a round, thinly rolled wrapper and sealing the edges. They are initially prepared for ancestral rites, or banquets and enjoyed as a special dish for the cold of winter.

Mandu boiled in beef broth is called Manduguk (dumpling soup); Mandu steamed and served without broth is called Jjin-mandu (steamed dumpling); and Mandu served in chilled beef broth is called Pyeonsu (summer dumpling).

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