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February 19, 2011

Seven soups every Saturday: dumpling soup recipes

Chinese dumpling soup

Some people are genetically predisposed to be good dumpling makers. I'm not one of those people. In the house where I grew up, the dumplings of choice were matzoh balls, made at home, or wontons, which came in take out from the local Chinese restaurant. My own matzoh balls resemble lead balloons, and my homemade Chinese wontons taste good but never win points for their looks. Fortunately, it's the taste that counts. And there are more than two ways to make a dumpling.

Seven dumpling soup recipes caught my eye this week:

Big slurp dumpling soup, from 101 Cookbooks

Crockpot chicken and dumplings soup, from A Year of Slow Cooking

Manduguk (Korean dumpling soup), from Eating and Living

Danish double dumpling soup, from The Joy of Soup

Wasabi dumpling soup, from SacFoodies

Prawn dumpling soup, from Cook Almost Anything

Dumpling soup (dushbere), from AZ Cookbook -- Food from Azerbaijan & Beyond

Find more delicious dumpling soup recipes with Food Blog Search. Come back every Saturday for seven soup recipes to enjoy any day of the week.

Comments

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Posted by: Dinners & Dreams | February 19, 2011 at 08:42 AM

Absolutely delcious dumpling soup. Love the bowl and spoon as well!

Nisrine

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Posted by: Susan @ SGCC | February 20, 2011 at 11:07 AM

I love, love, love dumplings of all kinds, especially in a big, slurpy bowl of soup! Mine aren't too pretty either, but I bought some little plastic dumpling forms from the Asian market that helps. They make the process a lot faster too.

But, where's the tortellini? Those cute little Italian dumplings are great in soup too! ;)

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Posted by: Lydia | February 21, 2011 at 02:19 PM

Nisrine, thanks. This is the most popular recipe from the first year of Soup Chick!

Susan, I do love tortellini! And I have one of those Chinese dumpling makers, which really has improved the appearance of my potstickers and soup dumplings.

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  • I'm Lydia Walshin, a longtime food writer who lives and cooks in a real log house. If I could, I'd eat Chinese noodles, grapes, ice cream and soup every day.
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