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No kidding!!!! I made these today after school and the kids devoured them all! I served them with soy sauce and vinegar as the sauce. These are just as good as the ones we get at the local restaurant. Thank you Thank you

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debbillem March 31, 2004

Family loved it. I made the filling a day before and with green cabbage.

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mrl February 12, 2013

Another wonderful recipe from Kittencal!! I cheated on the "fresh" ginger and used powder instead. I used far less sesame oil, maybe only 1 tablespoon. I don't like the bitterness. I used green cabbage instead of Chinese cabbage, making sure to squeeze out the water. Fried in a non-stick skillet with a little oil and water. Delicious! Even better than the local Chinese restaurant!!

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Momtellsthetruth May 03, 2011

Another excellent recipe! Very simple to do, maybe a little time consuming, but a good recipe for kids to help out with. My husband and three little ones devoured the dumplings...I love that you have veggies all mixed in. Served with dipping sauce #14302...Yummmmmmm!!!

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mjayling1 January 25, 2011

FANTASTIC!! I quartered the recipe because I didn't have that many wonton wrappers and I also wanted to make sure that we liked them. I wish I had had 100 wrappers because these were absolutely delicious! I used Thai Style Peanut Dipping Sauce to dip them in. Can't wait to try them with other dipping sauces...thai chili sauce, plum sauce, sweet and sour.........I'd better stock up on more wonton wrappers and ground pork!!!

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catsoplenty February 25, 2010

These dumplings are terrific! I didn't steam them though...I browned them in a little oil in a non stick skillet and served them with a dipping sauce made of soy sauce, sesame oil, red pepper flakes & chopped scallions. My non cooking husband even helped me! I was trying to duplicate a Yaki Mandu recipe that a Korean friend had served recently and these dumplings fit the bill! Thanks Kitten!

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dragonflydmc August 24, 2009

Awesome and easy! Fun to do with hubby.

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Julie Julie Julie August 12, 2009

You've posted yet another wonderful recipe! I want to go to your dinner parties. I bet you never have left overs! Anyway.....Did these for lunch, the whole 100, and my boyfriend and I devoured them. Not the whole 100, but I'm taking the rest to my dad's house tonight! I know they're going to be a hit! For my dipping sauce I just used soy sauce and sesame oil, with some chopped scallions! YUMMY!!!!!

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tetekristen September 09, 2008

My asian family loved this recipe. They are hard to impress but they were all asking for the recipe

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Khristina Sunga Vaughn April 19, 2004
Delicious Asian Pork and Cabbage Dumplings