Pan-fried Dumplings
January 14th, 2012 20 Comments

Pan-fried Dumplings

Pan-fried Dumplings
Pan-fried Dumplings pictures (3 of 4)

I am so thrilled that I am featured on Design Sponge, the mega home design website that everyone loves. Since Lunar New Year is around the corner, I decided to make pan-fried pork, shrimp, and cabbage dumplings.

I had a lot of fun creating and devouring the dainty and delicious pan-fried dumplings. This recipe will be excellent for Lunar New Year because dumplings are a must-have as the shape of the dumplings appear like Chinese ingots, so having dumplings signify a prosperous year ahead with loads of fortune and money!

Head over to Design Sponge now to see the complete feature with more photos.

RECIPE HERE: Pan-fried Dumplings
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  1. Tracy Lim says:

    Jie, I am craving for malaysia black colour 卤面~ Cant find it in UK as I am staying in UK. Do you have the recipe for the noodle?? ^^

  2. Shirley Lam via Facebook says:


  3. Jazz Bayer via Facebook says:

    I just printed the recipe. If I wanted to make it vegetarian, should I just delete the meat? Is there something else I can add?

  4. Kelly says:

    Mmmmm! First the Mandu, then this! Luckily I’ve bought some dumpling wrappers so I can make them tomorrow!

  5. Kung Hei Fat Choy Bee! These look delightful, yum. You’ll be in Penang to celebrate with your family, how nice!

  6. Congratulations! Your Pan-fried Dumplings do look picture perfect…

  7. joey says:

    Congratulations on your feature Bee! Heading over to Design Sponge now to read it!

  8. Cool! Looks like I can make a big batch and freeze for the festive season

  9. John says:

    How much oil is used for the initial browning? I have never heard of adding water to a pan with hot oil. I suppose if there is only a small amount of oil, adding water will not cause a large eruption. I will try it anyway, however, I would like comments if someone has already tried this. thanks.

  10. Helen says:

    To John, I too was a little unsure of adding water to a pan of oil, but the quantities of each are so small, there is no danger of an explosion. I have made these dumplings twice now and they are superb.

  11. Alexandra says:

    I love dumplings! I will try to make it very soon. Great picture!

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  14. Selina says:

    how long does this take? :)

  15. hila says:

    i dont eat pork with what i can change it ? thank u

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