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  1. Vegan Jjin-Mandu (Korean Steamed Dumplings) Recipe

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    Jan 21, 2012 · Good jjin-mandu (steamed dumplings) is one of the things that I really miss about living in Seoul. Oh, the yummy snacks you can get at tiny snack shops ...

  2. What do you feel like eating when it is pouring outside How about some delicious hot steamed Korean Dumplings Watch James make steamed mandus using store...

  3. Steamed Dumplings Recipes | Yummly

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    The Best Steamed Dumplings Recipes on Yummly | Juicy Steamed Dumplings, Steamed Chinese Dumplings, Steamed Meat Dumplings

  4. Mandu (Korean steamed dumplings) - Maangchi

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    Korean food photo: Mandu (Korean steamed dumplings) from Maangchi.com

  5. Aug 14, 2010 · Steamed pork buns (Jjinppang-mandu: 찐빵만두) Maangchi. ... Homemake Chinese Steamed Meat Buns Recipes(1/2) (Holiday recipe) - Duration: 10:01.

  6. Mandu (Korean Dumplings) - Korean Bapsang

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    Mandu is a Korean dumpling stuffed with a mixture of various meat and vegetables. There are many variations of mandu. Some classic versions are: gogi mandu (which has ...

  7. Mandu (Korean Dumplings) - Korean Bapsang

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    Today, I am so excited to be invited back at Rasa Malaysia and share a mandu (Korean dumplings) recipe as part of Bee’s special series on the Lunar New Year recipes.

  8. Mandu, a Korean Dumpling Recipe - kimchibulgogi.com

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    Mandu, a Korean Dumpling Recipe. January 10, 2009 by Anna 9 Comments. ... Then, fry steamed cabbage in a pan with a little bit of oil and a pinch of salt.

  9. Get this all-star, easy-to-follow Korean Dumplings: Mandu recipe from Cooking School Stories.

  10. "Yaki Mandu is a Korean dumpling that can be steamed or fried. They look a lot like Chinese pot-stickers. Yaki means fried in Japanese and Mandu means dumpling in Korean.