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  1. wn.com/making_mandoo_korean_dumplings
    Making mandu (Korean dumplings: 만두), Making Mandu(Korean dumpling) 만두 빚기, How to make Korean Dumplings, How to Cook Korean Mandu/Mandoo/Dumplings (이북 ...
  2. www.bigoven.com/recipe/261638/yaki-mandu
    Yaki Mandu recipe, ingredients and preparation. ... For time-saving tips and recipes, be sure to like BigOven® on Facebook!
  3. www.foodnetworkasia.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.
  4. www.cookinglight.com/food/world-cuisine/korean-recipes...
    Korean Recipes. Editor Ann Taylor Pittman came back from Korea with many deliciously-authentic recipes that pay homage to the East Asian country.
  5. oneforkonespoon.wordpress.com/category/korean-food/mandu
    In celebration of the New Year, I decided to make some mandu (aka mandoo or Korean dumplings) – only to walk into the Asian supermarket and find too many brands of ...
  6. 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.
  7. www.insanitytheory.net/kitchenwench/...kimchi-recipe
    Kimchi (also spelt as kimchee), is a traditional Korean dish of fermented chilli peppers with a variety of vegetables, the most common being made with Chinese cabbage.
  8. www.srdigitalexpressions.com/mtmpv/...yachae-mandu-recipe
    Recipe: korean sesame salt. samcheongdong at night with my new 20m.. best mandu ever: pork and cheese mandu.. where i will and have lived in south k. maryeats.com ...
  9. www.foodnetworkasia.com/recipes/korean-yaki-mandu.html
    Method. Korean Yaki Mandu. Set up a fryer, or heat 2-inches oil in a heavy-bottomed saucepan, fitted with a high-heat thermometer, to 360 degrees F.
  10. www.starchefs.com/events/studio/techniques/mandu-Korean...
    Technique: Mandu: Korean Dumplings, Two Ways. In the context of armed invasion, a dumpling is a dubious consolation prize. Of course, that doesn’t mean it won’t take.