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Does Korean cuisine have its own version of dumplings?

 

Mandoo (mandu). They're served boiled, shallow fried or steamed. We also have big Chinese-Korean steamed bun dumplings, some supermarkets in L.A. have specialty vendors that sell nothing but. Interestingly, I've heard that these dumplings are called Korean dumplings in parts of Russia because it's the Koreans who make them. In Korea it was almost always Chinese immigrants who made them. Go figure.

 

I will look for these on Miga's menu.

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