Presentation on theme: "On the first day of Chinese New Year (Lunar calendar), Chinese people eat dumplings. Usually, they make dumplings ready before 12 0'clock at New Year's."— Presentation transcript:
On the first day of Chinese New Year (Lunar calendar), Chinese people eat dumplings. Usually, they make dumplings ready before 12 0'clock at New Year's Eve and have them when the New Year comes.
Its Chinese pronunciation Jiaozi means midnight or the end and the beginning of time, symbolizing "bidding farewell to the old and ushering in the new". Also, the dumplings look like gold ingot from ancient China. So people eat them and wish for money and treasure.
FillingFilling Ground beef Celery Green onion Ginger Garlic Coriander
FillingFilling Olive oil Salt Soy sauce Five spice Cooking wine
Add the soy sauce, ginger, green onion, cooking wine and white pepper to the meat, stirring in only one direction.
Chop celery, coriander, green onion, garlic and ginger finely, and squeeze the water out of the vegetables if necessary.
Add the remaining ingredients, stirring in the same direction, and mix well.
Place a small portion (about 1 level tablespoon) of the filling into the middle of each wrapper. Wet the edges of the dumpling with water. Fold the wrapper over the filling into a half moon shape and pinch the edges to seal.