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Vegan Mandu Korean Dumplings Recipe

Vegan Korean Dumplings


This story was written by member Crystalinsf and comes from The Dairy Free Diva Recipe Exchange group in the YumSugar Community:

While visiting family in Portland, Oregon, I got the chance to tackle one of the vegan recipes I've been wanting to try. My aunt Nicole is a huge foodie, so with her cooking expertise, she helped me re-create a childhood favorite, mandu vegan style. These Korean dumplings are traditionally made with beef, but with creativity, the vegan version is just as fantastic!

For the recipe, read on.


Nicole’s Vegan Mandu Recipe

Nicole’s Vegan Mandu Recipe

Nicole’s Vegan Mandu Recipe

Ingredients

  1. 1 pack of cole slaw (red and green cabbage and carrots), chopped finely
  2. 1 garlic clove
  3. Pack of vermicelli
  4. 1/2 package of firm tofu
  5. Flour or rice flour
  6. Wonton wrappers
  7. Canola oil

Directions

  1. Add 1 garlic clove to cole slaw and saute in canola oil.
  2. Boil vermicelli.
  3. Combine cole slaw, vermicelli, and 1/2 firm tofu. Break the tofu up into small pieces.
  4. Place flour or rice flour down on trays before making the dumplings.
  5. Use a spoon to scoop out filling and place onto wonton wrapper. Use your finger to dampen the edges of the wrapping with water. This helps seal the wrappers together.
  6. Place canola oil and begin to pan fry. Once brown on both sides, mandu is ready to be eaten!

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Mandas Mandas 5 years
Wonton wrappers usually have egg ingredients.
jod0143 jod0143 6 years
These looks delicious! girlA - I go to my local Asian market and they have egg-less wonton wrappers. I cannot find them anywhere else but there!
girlA girlA 6 years
Btw...where did you find vegan (egg-less) wonton wrappers? I bought some last year sometime but now I can't find them in stores.
FoodBuff FoodBuff 6 years
These look incredible! They remind me of the vegetarian gyoza my mom used to make when I was growing up. The dipping sauce is key. Thanks for sharing, i can't wait to make these!
astropunch astropunch 6 years
I thought wonton wrappers are usually square-shaped, perhaps dumpling wrappers might be better since they usually have a thicker skin for pan frying.
bluebellknoll bluebellknoll 6 years
Looks great! What did you use for dipping sauce?
Advah Advah 6 years
Oh YUM! Thank you so much for sharing the recipe, that's going to be my weekend must try!
lauren lauren 6 years
YUM!!!
girlA girlA 6 years
These look so yummy! Thanks for posting the recipe!
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