If you re looking for a quick fix to beat the Sunday Snooze dumplings are a surprisingly easy treat This week for we tried our dumplings three ways Same wrap Same filling Different method Here s what went down Steamed The traditional dumpling place your dumplings in a steamer and cook for a few minutes until the outer layer starts looking a bit translucent If you don t have a steamer you can also place a netted plate over a pot of boiling water and cover it with a close Pan Fried In a non stick pan add 2 tbsp of oil and place the dumplings on the pan Cook for a few minutes and then add a few tbsp of water Cover the pan and then let the dumplings continue cooking in the steam once the dumplings are crispy and golden take them out and enjoy with your favourite chilli sauce Fried In a wok add a generous amount of cooking oil and heat until a small piece of dough rises to the top when placed in the wok Then making sure that your dumplings are properly sealed place the dumplings gently in the oil and cook until they are golden brown all over Take them out of the oil and place on a kitchen towel to drain the excess oil and serve with your favourite dressing And since it s Sunday skip the laborious task of making your own dumplings and simply pick up a packet of frozen dumplings from a Foodhall near you or choose our Dumpling and Satay Meal Kit if you re looking to toss up a fuller meal in under 30 min Call us on 8095031111 to know more

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If you’re looking for a quick fix to beat the Sunday Snooze, dumplings are a surprisingly easy treat. This week, for #FoodhallTestKitchen, we tried our dumplings three ways. Same wrap. Same filling. Different method. Here’s what went down:

Steamed: The traditional dumpling, place your dumplings in a steamer and cook for a few minutes until the outer layer starts looking a bit translucent. If you don’t have a steamer, you can also place a netted plate over a pot of boiling water and cover it with a close

Pan-Fried: In a non-stick pan, add 2 tbsp of oil and place the dumplings on the pan. Cook for a few minutes and then add a few tbsp of water. Cover the pan and then let the dumplings continue cooking in the steam, once the dumplings are crispy and golden, take them out and enjoy with your favourite chilli sauce

Fried: In a wok, add a generous amount of cooking oil and heat until a small piece of dough rises to the top when placed in the wok. Then, making sure that your dumplings are properly sealed, place the dumplings gently in the oil and cook until they are golden brown all over. Take them out of the oil and place on a kitchen towel to drain the excess oil and serve with your favourite dressing.

And since it’s Sunday, skip the laborious task of making your own dumplings and simply pick up a packet of frozen dumplings from a Foodhall near you or choose our Dumpling and Satay Meal Kit if you’re looking to toss up a fuller meal in under 30 min.

Call us on 8095031111 to know more.

If you’re looking for a quick fix to beat the Sunday Snooze, dumplings are a surprisingly easy treat. This week, for #FoodhallTestKitchen, we tried our dumplings three ways. Same wrap. Same filling. Different method. Here’s what went down: Steamed: The traditional dumpling, place your dumplings in a steamer and cook for a few minutes until the outer layer starts looking a bit translucent. If you don’t have a steamer, you can also place a netted plate over a pot of boiling water and cover it with a close Pan-Fried: In a non-stick pan, add 2 tbsp of oil and place the dumplings on the pan. Cook for a few minutes and then add a few tbsp of water. Cover the pan and then let the dumplings continue cooking in the steam, once the dumplings are crispy and golden, take them out and enjoy with your favourite chilli sauce Fried: In a wok, add a generous amount of cooking oil and heat until a small piece of dough rises to the top when placed in the wok. Then, making sure that your dumplings are properly sealed, place the dumplings gently in the oil and cook until they are golden brown all over. Take them out of the oil and place on a kitchen towel to drain the excess oil and serve with your favourite dressing. And since it’s Sunday, skip the laborious task of making your own dumplings and simply pick up a packet of frozen dumplings from a Foodhall near you or choose our Dumpling and Satay Meal Kit if you’re looking to toss up a fuller meal in under 30 min. Call us on 8095031111 to know more.

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