Home-made Dumplings

Posted in: life in Linköping, LiU on 21 April, 2017 by Yumeng

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Jiaozi, or dumplings with meat and vegetable fillings, is very popular during the Spring Festival and other festivals which has been shown by Chinese stand on International day in Linköping University.

It tops the list of delicacies of people in north China, where people eat jiaozi at midnight on New Year’s Eve. Generally, dumplings are boiled in clear water and served dry with vinegar, soy sauce, garlic or pepper oil if one likes them hot. In some parts of the Northeast China, however, dumplings are boiled in broth together with vermicelli made from bean starch, and served together.

Probably the fun of eating jiaozi lies not only in the delicacy itself but also in the process of preparing for it. We did the jiaozi together with my Swedish friends this time, rolled up its sleeves and wrapped the pancake to cover the fillings. What fun! And the products made by us are not bad, right?














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Yumeng Li

Yumeng Li
I am Yumeng with a multi-cultural background of more than 20 years living in Shanghai, China and 4 years working in Japan Airlines. I learn new things quickly and am happy to face challenges.

MSc Statistics and Data Mining

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