Dumplings peoples of the world
• Dumplings peoples of the world
Dumplings, Dumpling - a convenient and fast food distributed worldwide. Toppings for it can be both sweet and meat or vegetable, but in all cases it is wrapped in dough. How to prepare, what and how to eat stuffed familiar to us dumplings and dumplings around the world. Post on an empty stomach is better not to watch.
Poland, pies. The filling may be mashed potatoes, cheese, roasted onions, mushrooms, meats, sauerkraut or spinach.
Spain Empanada. Translated from Spanish means "wrapped in bread." Inside the fried dough is usually minced meat, boiled eggs, olives, onion, red pepper and cumin.
China, Jiaozuo. Chinese dumplings fried or steamed, or in water or broth. The filling is usually - pork, shrimp or cabbage.
India, samosas. Indian crispy dumplings of puff pastry stuffed with spicy potatoes and peas, lentils, meat or onions.
Germany dumplings. Boiled dough or potatoes. They are no stuffed, but served to meat, such as schnitzel.
The Americas, apple Dumpling. Amish dessert of baked apples in pastry with cinnamon and sugar.
Georgia khinkali. Traditional Georgian dumplings stuffed with pork or beef with black pepper.
Russia: dumplings. Dumplings eating throughout Russia, although it is believed that they first appeared in Serbia.
Korea, Mandu. Korean mandu dumplings stuffed with kimchi - fermented cabbage, from which breathtaking.
Czech Republic, fruit dumplings. Sweet and delicious. As toppings commonly used drain. Dumplings sprinkled with sugar and pour the melted butter.
Turkey, manta rays. Turkish manti usually small in size, than those that we are accustomed to seeing. Stuffed their beef or mutton. Manti served in a sauce of yogurt, butter and red pepper.
Nepal and Tibet, momo. Momo are steamed dumplings stuffed with minced meat or cabbage, onion and spinach.
India modaka. Sweet modaka served in the festival of Ganesh. The dough made from rice flour and a filling of coconut and sugar cane.
Italy, gnocchi. They represent by special potatoes cooked in sauce.
Slovakia bryndzové halušky. Pasta, densely seasoned cheese.