Different cultures around the world and the food they eat are also very different, so the way of eating dumplings will vary greatly from place to place. Many dumplings are eaten boiled or steamed. In fact, baked dumplings taste very good and are very nutritious.

The various nutrients in dumplings are relatively comprehensive, including carbohydrates, proteins, and various vitamins and minerals. Eating a meal of dumplings absorbs more nutrients, so the nutritional value of dumplings is higher than that of others.

We can also make baked dumplings at home, it doesn't take a lot of time, let's learn how to do it together.


300g high-gluten flour

140g vegetarian diced butter

3 drops vanilla extract

140g ice water

20g white sugar

7g salt

300g spinach

50g minced garlic

10g vegetable oil

1.5g black pepper powder

2.5g salt


· Mix flour, salt, sugar first, then add vanilla extract.

Mix the plain butter evenly in the flour and roll with a puff pastry mixer (there is no hand rolling quickly).

· Slowly add ice water with a small teaspoon while mixing the small pieces of plain butter and flour together to form a dough.

· Wrap the dough in plastic wrap and refrigerate for 60 minutes.

· Pour vegetable oil into a hot pan, add minced garlic and spinach, saute until fragrant, add salt and black pepper, and set aside to cool.

Take the dough out of the refrigerator and flour the panel to prevent sticking.

Divide the dough into two balls, roll one of the doughs into a flat surface, about 2mm thick, and use a round mold to press out a circle on the dough.

Put the spinach stuffing on each of the dough cakes, fold them in half in a circle, and use a fork or your hands to pinch out a regular pattern.

Make three equal openings on the fan-shaped part of the dumpling skin to dissipate heat and prevent the dumplings from bursting when half-baked.

Preheat the oven for 10 minutes and bake at 220°C for 15 minutes.

Nowadays, many people choose to add a dipping sauce to their dumplings. In fact, not only are dumplings different all over the world, but even the dipping ingredients for dumplings are also very different. Let’s learn about several kinds of dipping ingredients for dumplings.

1. Mint sauce

Mint sauce is a sauce made from mint powder and mint juice. Mint sauce is generally eaten as a dipping sauce to make the food more flavorful, but it is not suitable for eating too much.


50g mint leaves

100g water

50g milk

Moderate amount of cream

appropriate amount of salt

Moderate amount of sugar

appropriate amount of white pepper

right amount of flour


· Wash and grind mint leaves into fine powder, boil with water, filter out the residue, and then heat with low heat.

· Continue to put butter, milk, salt, sugar, white pepper and other seasonings in the pot and stir well.

· In addition, mix the flour and water in a small bowl, slowly add the flour and water to the pot and cook until thickened, then turn off the heat and set aside.

2. Sour Cream Sauce


100g sour cream

20g cheese powder

Moderate amount of pineapple

1 lemon


· Wash the pineapple and cut it into fine pieces, rub the lemon with a teaspoon of salt, and scrape off the yellow skin.

· Put all ingredients in a large bowl and mix well.

Cover with plastic wrap and place in the refrigerator for at least an hour to allow the flavors of various ingredients to be thoroughly distributed and integrated.

· Put the yogurt sauce in a bowl to dip the dumplings when eating.