Asian Dumpling Wrappers

Making the wrapper dough for your own Asian-style dumplings is surprisingly simple. Oh, it is also highly rewarding the first time you bite into one of your homemade dumplings using a wrapper you made. The taste and texture is clearly superior and worth the small amount of effort you invest.

This dough recipe is the foundation to many different types of Asian dumplings: steamed dumplings, pot-stickers or gyoza, won-ton skins and many more. The technique is simple to master and you won’t need any special equipment – just some willing hands and a scale.

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