We're here to guide you through the steps of crafting this delectable dish right in your own kitchen. With our easy-to-follow instructions and common pantry staples, you'll be able to whip up a restaurant-worthy Deep Fried Dumplings that'll impress even the toughest food critics. Deep Fried Dumplings are also known as Wonton comes from China since the Tang Dynasty. One of the side dishes that is proven to be the origin of dumplings at that time, named "Jiaozi". This dish is made of flour dough with filling inside and served with a traditional soup. Meanwhile, this dumpling is believed to have come from the ancient philosophical word "Hundun" which means "Chaos". In the process of processing, jiaozi is boiled and eaten with soup. Over time, this traditional soup began to disappear in the mid-6th century. Because of that, Jiaozi is processed by adding more filling that can be appetizing. This is where the origin of the typical Deep Fried Dumplings that are loved by many people. In Indonesia, there are two types of dumplings, there are fried dumplings and boiled dumplings. Fried dumpling is a side dish and can also be a snack that can be eaten together with chicken noodles, meatball soup, and other dishes. For the Deep Fried Dumplings filling, you can use a mixture of chicken and shrimp. The mixture is then added with some spices such as garlic, soy sauce, salt, pepper, and other seasonings. Thanks to their distinctive taste, Deep Fried Dumplings have become one of the delicious dishes favored by various groups of people. Dumplings also have good benefits for our bodies. It contains potassium which can help maintain nerve and muscle function to prevent the risk of muscle cramps. Carbohydrates in dumplings can also be useful for smoothing the digestive system and bowel movements. Here's a simple recipe for Deep Fried Dumplings.
Mix the minced chicken with garlic powder, soy sauce, sesame oil, oyster sauce, chicken powder, pepper, salt, and green onions. Stir well.
Put the flour and sago flour in, mix well.
Put the egg in, stir until they form a dough.
Prepare the dumpling skin, put 1-2 tsp of chicken dough lengthwise in the middle of the dumpling skin, then fold the skin into a triangle, then bend both ends of the dumpling skin as in the photo.
Fry the dumplings until browned, then remove from heat and serve with chopped boiled carrots, mayonnaise, and chili sauce.
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