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Dumplings

Dumplings are a popular type of cuisine with roots in various cultures around the world, and are often characterized by small pieces of dough filled with various ingredients. These versatile pockets of goodness can be found in many forms, such as Chinese jiaozi, Polish pierogi, and Italian tortellini, with fillings that range from sweet to savory, including meat, vegetables, and fruits. In modern cooking, dumplings are typically boiled, fried, or steamed and served as an appetizer or main course, depending on the portion size and accompaniments. They are often enjoyed with dipping sauces, broth, or simply seasoned with butter and herbs for a comforting, delicious culinary experience.
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IN FROZEN SNACKS & APPETIZERS
158
CAL / 100G
$0.13
AVG / OZ
Dumplings
70%
CARBS
11%
FAT
19%
PROTEIN
Dumplings FAQ
What are dumplings?
What ingredients do I need to make dumplings?
How do I make the dough for dumplings?
What's the best way to cook dumplings?
Can I substitute ingredients in my dumpling recipe?
How can I adjust the consistency or texture of my dumplings?
What are some common mistakes to avoid when making dumplings?
How should I store leftover dumplings?
Expiration & Storage Tips
When does Dumplings expire?
Unopened packaged dumplings can last up to their printed expiry date if kept in the refrigerator, but once opened, try to consume them within 3-4 days. If they are homemade, refrigerate them earliest possible, usually, they stay good for 2-3 days, keeping them more can make them soggy and less enjoyable. If you opt to freeze them, they can last a decent 2 months. When reheating, it's best to thaw them in the fridge overnight and then pan-fry or steam.
How do you tell if Dumplings is bad?
Bad dumplings can be identified by a nasty smell, an unusual color, or mold. Never consume dumplings which give out a pungent smell, or have spots of white, blue, or green mold. If the dumplings appear slimy or darker, it might mean they have started to go bad.
Tips for storing Dumplings to extend shelf life
• Never leave dumplings out for too long. Refrigerate or freeze them at the earliest for extended shelf life. • To freeze dumplings, lay them out on a tray so they don't touch each other and place the tray in the freezer. Once frozen, transfer them to an airtight bag. This will save you from having a big lump of stuck together dumplings. • It's better not to store cooked and uncooked dumplings together. • Try using airtight containers with small compartments to store dumplings in the refrigerator. This will prevent them from clinging together. • For a short term storage, you can keep them in a well-sealed plastic bag in the refrigerator.
EXPIRES WITHIN
2 - 3.6
YEARS
Health Info
Macros
36g
CARBS
5g
FAT
9g
PROTEIN
Allowed on these diets
VEGETARIAN
LACTOSE FREE
GLUTEN FREE
Contains these allergens
GLUTEN
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