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  1. www.yelp.com  › Restaurants  › Korean
    428 Reviews of Mandu "Mandu is an excellent lunch, dinner, and yes even brunch place! The waiters here are very friendly and always willing to make great recommendations.
  2. chowdivine.com/tteok-manduguk-mandooguk-korean-rice-cake...
    cHow Divine is all about simple, healthy, tasty recipes, with a Korean flair. We use fresh, seasonal ingredients that taste great and are easy to prepare.
  3. www.tastebook.com/recipes/2124115-Yaki-Mandu-Pot-Stickers-
    In memory of Korean street food Yaki Mandu (Pot Stickers) Recipe from Sandy.
  4. daworldfoodrecipes.blogspot.com/2011/...korean...mandu.html
    Jun 15, 2011 · Mandoo or Mandu are traditionally consist of minced meat and vegetables wrapped in a thin piece of dough. This Korean dumpling recipe is easy to make and ...
  5. magazine.foxnews.com/recipe/judy-joos-meaty-mandu-dumplings
    Jun 12, 2014 · RECIPE: Judy Joo's Ultimate Korean Fried Chicken With Spicy BBQ Sauce. Not only is she the executive chef for the Playboy Club London, she's also the host ...
  6. cookinggallery.blogspot.com/2010/10/mandu-soup.html
    Oct 02, 2010 · Actually I made this mandu soup a few weeks ago, when the weather was not that chilly yet. But I just didn't feel like posting about this soup until now.
  7. followpics.co/mandu-korean-dumplings-recipe
    Mandu (Korean Dumplings) Recipe Finger Foods & Football,Food',Good Food & Drink,Recipes,Recipes-Appetizers,Savory Sights,Yummy in my Asian tummy - Asian Cuisine,yummy ...
  8. recipe.listwns.com/mandu-korean-dumplings-recipe...
    Top Easy Recipes. Gyoza (Japanese Dumplings) Recipe Ingredients. Easy Beef Quesadillas Recipe Ingredients. Easy Beef Lo Mein Recipe Ingredients. Easy Crab Puffs ...
  9. heartrecipes.blogspot.com/...meat-steam-buns-wang-mandu.html
    Jun 12, 2008 · This is the closest thing I have found to Wang Mandu in Korea. Dough-1/2 cup water 1 Tbsp veg oil 1 1/2 tsp sugar 1 3/4 bread flour 1 tsp yeast Filling-
  10. www.foodnetworktv.com/recipes/korean-yaki-mandu-6754.html
    Method. Korean yaki mandu. 1) Set up a fryer, or heat 5cm oil in a heavy-bottomed saucepan, fitted with a high-heat thermometer, to 180C/Gas mark 4.