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  1. www.cookandpost.com/recipes-yaki-mandu.htm
    yaki mandu recipes from the best food bloggers. yaki mandu recipes with photo and preparation instructions
  2. www.myrecipemagic.com/pdf/recipe/yaki-mandu-kind-like...
    Yaki Mandu (kind of like spring ... Recipe by Patricia Taylor Ingredients 2 cups flour 2 eggs to taste water (water as needed to mix up dough or use egg roll wrappers ...
  3. www.koreanbapsang.com/2009/09/mandu-korean-dumplings_20.html
    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 ...
  4. quilts-from-the-heart.com/farmob/recipe-for-yaki-mondu.html
    Email this recipe to: enter your email to signup for the cooks.com recipe newsletter. home > recipes > main dishes > yaki-mondu, Recipe For Yaki Mondu ...
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    Nov 22, 2006 · here is a receipe I found. Yaki-mandu (Korean eggroll) Recipe #294398 ratings Great finger food for parties...always a hit. Much easier to prepare if you ...
  6. 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.
  7. www.cookingchanneltv.com/recipes/...yaki-mandu/reviews.html
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  8. www.pinterest.com/pin/126030489541742872
    Yaki-Mandu (Korean Egg Roll) Lynda Grimes. Asian Recipes ... Crafty Sisters: A Korean Feast! Great recipe for yakimandu, just like we used to eat from Killeen, Texas!!
  9. www.goblinbox.com/archives/2411
    In which today brings a us recipe! Left Coast Girlie says: “Here’s the yakimandu recipe. You can remove the meat and use tofu and veggies like mushrooms and ...
  10. 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.