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  • (upbeat music)

  • Hi everybody!

  • How are you doing?

  • What are you cooking these days?

  • Today I am going to show you how to make homemade dumpling skins

  • In Korean: Mandu-pi

  • I posted this Mandu recipe a few years ago

  • so many people made delicious Mandu at home

  • but some of my readers and viewers

  • still living in the middle of nowhere asked me:

  • "Maangchi, how can I make homemade mandu skin

  • because in my area there is no Korean store, no Asian store"

  • So, I developed this recipe

  • Today is Mandu wrappper recipe is very special

  • You know why?

  • First, delicious!

  • Chewy, not only for wrapping something delicious

  • but also it's like tasty, chewy noodles

  • Second, this is a large size

  • This is around 4 and a half inches

  • Largest mandu wrappers in Korean store so far I found

  • This size is 3 and a half inches diameter

  • but today we make 5 and half inch or 6 inch, large!

  • King of king, king of king mandu skin

  • In my next video I am going to make kimchi king mandu.

  • Be ready to make delicious kimchi king mandu!

  • Today we make sixteen large king size mandu wrappers

  • and we are going to use two cups all purpose flour

  • (tapping sound)

  • half teaspoon salt,

  • two third cups water,

  • and mix this.

  • (mixing sounds)

  • (washing sounds)

  • Knead until this guy is one lump.

  • (kneading sounds)

  • It took two minutes,

  • to make one lump.

  • It's not soft yet,

  • but I'm going to put it in a plastic bag

  • and let it sit on my kitchen counter for ten minutes.

  • Ten minutes after,

  • I will use the more seriously I am going to knead.

  • Are you ready to be serious?

  • Even in ten minutes after

  • this

  • dough is

  • is a little wet

  • ad very smoother than before.

  • OK then,

  • (soft kneading sounds)

  • This action reminds you of something?

  • Yes, it looks like just I'm washing my clothes, isn't it?

  • (soft laughter)

  • like this fold

  • I have a nice food processor,

  • there is a dough making function and kneading.

  • The using this food processor it's more complicated,

  • and it didn't save much time,

  • so I always use, like my hands.

  • Hands are everywhere you go

  • and this is my food processor!

  • (laughter)

  • So far I kneaded for five minutes

  • I'm going to take a break.

  • OK, just one minute after

  • I'm doing again.

  • Really nice, and it's, softer

  • "oh, I cannot do this!"

  • Don't be like this!

  • You gotta do really strenght is going here

  • And then stretch it, stretch it!

  • And then, like this

  • Difficult!

  • (soft kneading sound)

  • So,

  • Do you like this?

  • Really handsome, isn't it?

  • Very smooth.

  • Exactly one pound.

  • So, if you have a scale, check out,

  • This one pound dough.

  • Just a little bit

  • flour, yeah,

  • and then we are going to

  • cut this one into

  • 16 balls, even size.

  • OK, put this in the plastic bag, I don't want to let it dry out

  • and this, we are going to

  • cut into eight pieces.

  • (cutting sounds)

  • I'll put these in the plastic bag

  • but, when you put these in the plastic bag,

  • don't make it stick to each other.

  • I'm going to show you

  • how to freeze these mandu-pi.

  • Like this

  • (plastic sounds)

  • Just it.. like this.

  • Spread this.

  • When you make this mandu-pi,

  • always,

  • in the center part is little, like, thicker than edge part.

  • (rolling pin tapping sound)

  • King mandu!

  • (more tapping)

  • Five and a half inch

  • It's really large size, eh?

  • Ok, and it's done.

  • First with your fingers,

  • this shape,

  • kind of a really circle shape

  • and even size.

  • And make this shape

  • and then, use this

  • rolling pin.

  • (rolling pin tapping sound)

  • OK,

  • Beautiful!

  • This time I'm going to use,

  • this is my large rolling pin

  • so, always,

  • central part is a little thicker than edge part.

  • Because, this edge part is going to be folded.

  • If this is too thick, it's not going to be pretty!

  • So, always edge part is thinner.

  • In Korea we usually use this large size,

  • but in China, they use this.

  • This one is from one of my friends.

  • She used to live in China.

  • I met her in Canada.

  • She will show us how to make the real Chinese style dumplings,

  • and then she gave it to me.

  • I't a present!

  • So this is my gift

  • Her name is Miss Wong

  • Actually I mentioned this when I made my steamed mandu video.

  • I met her, in Toronto:

  • "Miss Wong, I mentioned you"

  • "In my video"

  • Oh, she is just smiling,

  • she's.. she never, she never use computer

  • so, she doesn't know

  • what's going on.

  • All the time I'm thinking about Miss Wong

  • whenever I make mandu skin.

  • (laughter)

  • (rolling pin tapping sound)

  • (plastic wrap sound)

  • Here,

  • (dough rubbing sound and rolling pin tapping sound)

  • (loud tapping sound)

  • (upbeat music)

  • to not to stick to each other

  • just a little bit apart

  • (music continues)

  • Ok, the last one, done!

  • Sixteen!

  • Wow!

  • You can make the mandu right away with this,

  • or freeze this for later use.

  • So, I am going to freeze this

  • for next video.

  • I'll use this and then make beautiful and delicious Kimchi King Mandu!

  • So, this one, I made last night already

  • In order to use this,

  • just let it sit at the kitchen counter at room temperature

  • around.. ten minutes.

  • And..

  • nNext,

  • These are my mandu!

  • Look at this! beautiful, eh?

  • So, leafe shape mandu!

  • We are going to make this in the kimchi mandu.

  • Smells kimchi right now!

  • If you have one hundred mandu, kimchi king mandu in you freezer,

  • you are not going to aim anything else in the world.

  • So, sorry, not into taste today,

  • but in the next video, we prepare!

  • So all you guys passionate cooks, I know.

  • You guys are just making these and, wait for me!

  • Wait for my next week video!

  • OK?

  • So, enjoy my recipe,

  • see you next time!

  • Bye!

  • (upbeat music)

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