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Line a couple of baking sheets with waxed paper and set aside. Fill a small bowl with water. Unwrap the wonton wrappers and cover lightly with a piece of plastic wrap to keep them from drying out. Lay a wrapper on a clean work surface and put a tablespoon of the meat filling in the center. Dip a forefinger into the water and run it along the edges of the wrapper to moisten the surface. Fold the wrapper in half. Starting at the top of the half-circle and working toward the ends, press firmly together to seal, pressing out any air bubbles.

Lay the dumpling on its side on one of the prepared baking sheets. Repeat with the remaining wrappers and filling, making sure the dumplings aren’t touching on the baking sheets. Once the dumplings are assembled, if you don’t plan to cook them right away, you can freeze them on the baking sheets, then bag them up to store in the freezer. Without thawing the frozen dumplings, boil or steam them to cook through, then pan fry if you like to make them crispy.

In a large nonstick skillet, heat about 1 tablespoon of vegetable oil over medium-high heat. Working in batches, lay the dumplings on their sides in the pan in a single layer without crowding the pan. Cook until golden brown on the bottom, 2 to 3 minutes. Flip them and cook until the other side is golden brown and the filling is cooked through, 2 to 3 minutes more. Transfer the fried dumplings to a wire rack or paper towel–lined plate to drain. Repeat with the remaining dumplings, adding more oil to the skillet as needed. If you prefer not to fry the dumplings, steam them in batches until cooked through, 5 to 6 minutes, then transfer to a serving platter (steamed dumplings do not need to be drained).

Transfer the fried dumplings to a platter. Top with some of the chile threads and serve immediately, with the dipping sauce.


Grandma’s Meat and Dumpling Casserole

Grandma's Meat and Dumpling Casserole! This recipe is so delicious and full of flavor!

I'm very lucky to have had a grandmother who was Welsh, and also one who was Chinese. That way I grew up with influences in two completely different styles of cooking, and of course my family favourites are certainly varied!
This recipe for grandma's meat and dumpling casserole is one I remember with great fondness.

My grandmother would make up a big pot, with a cheap cut of lamb (that is the national meat of Wales!) , pile in loads of carrots, swede, turnip, mushroom, and then top the casserole with these dumplings. They would start off their life as golf ball sized blobs floating on the top of the casserole, and then 2 hours later, they would have expanded nearly double in size.

This site contains affiliate links. I may receive a commission for purchases made through these links. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. For more information, check Privacy Policy.

My gran would traditionally use suet fat to make these dumplings, and in many countries, this is still readily available to buy. However, I have experimented and come up with an alternative to suet, which is as close as I can get to my gran's dumplings, taking into account a swap for the suet.

If you have never had British Dumplings, please please try them! If you enjoy casseroles and heart warming food, I am sure you will enjoy this recipe.

This casserole uses a cheap cut of beef or lamb. When cooked in this way, it will become incredibly tender. It is traditional to serve this with some mashed potato, although you really don't need it. the dumplings are very filling! I served mine with some couscous, as I find mashed potato too much for me to eat!

Let's get straight to the recipe and please enjoy our grandma's meat and dumpling casserole.


Grandma’s Meat and Dumpling Casserole

Grandma's Meat and Dumpling Casserole! This recipe is so delicious and full of flavor!

I'm very lucky to have had a grandmother who was Welsh, and also one who was Chinese. That way I grew up with influences in two completely different styles of cooking, and of course my family favourites are certainly varied!
This recipe for grandma's meat and dumpling casserole is one I remember with great fondness.

My grandmother would make up a big pot, with a cheap cut of lamb (that is the national meat of Wales!) , pile in loads of carrots, swede, turnip, mushroom, and then top the casserole with these dumplings. They would start off their life as golf ball sized blobs floating on the top of the casserole, and then 2 hours later, they would have expanded nearly double in size.

This site contains affiliate links. I may receive a commission for purchases made through these links. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. For more information, check Privacy Policy.

My gran would traditionally use suet fat to make these dumplings, and in many countries, this is still readily available to buy. However, I have experimented and come up with an alternative to suet, which is as close as I can get to my gran's dumplings, taking into account a swap for the suet.

If you have never had British Dumplings, please please try them! If you enjoy casseroles and heart warming food, I am sure you will enjoy this recipe.

This casserole uses a cheap cut of beef or lamb. When cooked in this way, it will become incredibly tender. It is traditional to serve this with some mashed potato, although you really don't need it. the dumplings are very filling! I served mine with some couscous, as I find mashed potato too much for me to eat!

Let's get straight to the recipe and please enjoy our grandma's meat and dumpling casserole.


Grandma’s Meat and Dumpling Casserole

Grandma's Meat and Dumpling Casserole! This recipe is so delicious and full of flavor!

I'm very lucky to have had a grandmother who was Welsh, and also one who was Chinese. That way I grew up with influences in two completely different styles of cooking, and of course my family favourites are certainly varied!
This recipe for grandma's meat and dumpling casserole is one I remember with great fondness.

My grandmother would make up a big pot, with a cheap cut of lamb (that is the national meat of Wales!) , pile in loads of carrots, swede, turnip, mushroom, and then top the casserole with these dumplings. They would start off their life as golf ball sized blobs floating on the top of the casserole, and then 2 hours later, they would have expanded nearly double in size.

This site contains affiliate links. I may receive a commission for purchases made through these links. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. For more information, check Privacy Policy.

My gran would traditionally use suet fat to make these dumplings, and in many countries, this is still readily available to buy. However, I have experimented and come up with an alternative to suet, which is as close as I can get to my gran's dumplings, taking into account a swap for the suet.

If you have never had British Dumplings, please please try them! If you enjoy casseroles and heart warming food, I am sure you will enjoy this recipe.

This casserole uses a cheap cut of beef or lamb. When cooked in this way, it will become incredibly tender. It is traditional to serve this with some mashed potato, although you really don't need it. the dumplings are very filling! I served mine with some couscous, as I find mashed potato too much for me to eat!

Let's get straight to the recipe and please enjoy our grandma's meat and dumpling casserole.


Grandma’s Meat and Dumpling Casserole

Grandma's Meat and Dumpling Casserole! This recipe is so delicious and full of flavor!

I'm very lucky to have had a grandmother who was Welsh, and also one who was Chinese. That way I grew up with influences in two completely different styles of cooking, and of course my family favourites are certainly varied!
This recipe for grandma's meat and dumpling casserole is one I remember with great fondness.

My grandmother would make up a big pot, with a cheap cut of lamb (that is the national meat of Wales!) , pile in loads of carrots, swede, turnip, mushroom, and then top the casserole with these dumplings. They would start off their life as golf ball sized blobs floating on the top of the casserole, and then 2 hours later, they would have expanded nearly double in size.

This site contains affiliate links. I may receive a commission for purchases made through these links. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. For more information, check Privacy Policy.

My gran would traditionally use suet fat to make these dumplings, and in many countries, this is still readily available to buy. However, I have experimented and come up with an alternative to suet, which is as close as I can get to my gran's dumplings, taking into account a swap for the suet.

If you have never had British Dumplings, please please try them! If you enjoy casseroles and heart warming food, I am sure you will enjoy this recipe.

This casserole uses a cheap cut of beef or lamb. When cooked in this way, it will become incredibly tender. It is traditional to serve this with some mashed potato, although you really don't need it. the dumplings are very filling! I served mine with some couscous, as I find mashed potato too much for me to eat!

Let's get straight to the recipe and please enjoy our grandma's meat and dumpling casserole.


Grandma’s Meat and Dumpling Casserole

Grandma's Meat and Dumpling Casserole! This recipe is so delicious and full of flavor!

I'm very lucky to have had a grandmother who was Welsh, and also one who was Chinese. That way I grew up with influences in two completely different styles of cooking, and of course my family favourites are certainly varied!
This recipe for grandma's meat and dumpling casserole is one I remember with great fondness.

My grandmother would make up a big pot, with a cheap cut of lamb (that is the national meat of Wales!) , pile in loads of carrots, swede, turnip, mushroom, and then top the casserole with these dumplings. They would start off their life as golf ball sized blobs floating on the top of the casserole, and then 2 hours later, they would have expanded nearly double in size.

This site contains affiliate links. I may receive a commission for purchases made through these links. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. For more information, check Privacy Policy.

My gran would traditionally use suet fat to make these dumplings, and in many countries, this is still readily available to buy. However, I have experimented and come up with an alternative to suet, which is as close as I can get to my gran's dumplings, taking into account a swap for the suet.

If you have never had British Dumplings, please please try them! If you enjoy casseroles and heart warming food, I am sure you will enjoy this recipe.

This casserole uses a cheap cut of beef or lamb. When cooked in this way, it will become incredibly tender. It is traditional to serve this with some mashed potato, although you really don't need it. the dumplings are very filling! I served mine with some couscous, as I find mashed potato too much for me to eat!

Let's get straight to the recipe and please enjoy our grandma's meat and dumpling casserole.


Grandma’s Meat and Dumpling Casserole

Grandma's Meat and Dumpling Casserole! This recipe is so delicious and full of flavor!

I'm very lucky to have had a grandmother who was Welsh, and also one who was Chinese. That way I grew up with influences in two completely different styles of cooking, and of course my family favourites are certainly varied!
This recipe for grandma's meat and dumpling casserole is one I remember with great fondness.

My grandmother would make up a big pot, with a cheap cut of lamb (that is the national meat of Wales!) , pile in loads of carrots, swede, turnip, mushroom, and then top the casserole with these dumplings. They would start off their life as golf ball sized blobs floating on the top of the casserole, and then 2 hours later, they would have expanded nearly double in size.

This site contains affiliate links. I may receive a commission for purchases made through these links. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. For more information, check Privacy Policy.

My gran would traditionally use suet fat to make these dumplings, and in many countries, this is still readily available to buy. However, I have experimented and come up with an alternative to suet, which is as close as I can get to my gran's dumplings, taking into account a swap for the suet.

If you have never had British Dumplings, please please try them! If you enjoy casseroles and heart warming food, I am sure you will enjoy this recipe.

This casserole uses a cheap cut of beef or lamb. When cooked in this way, it will become incredibly tender. It is traditional to serve this with some mashed potato, although you really don't need it. the dumplings are very filling! I served mine with some couscous, as I find mashed potato too much for me to eat!

Let's get straight to the recipe and please enjoy our grandma's meat and dumpling casserole.


Grandma’s Meat and Dumpling Casserole

Grandma's Meat and Dumpling Casserole! This recipe is so delicious and full of flavor!

I'm very lucky to have had a grandmother who was Welsh, and also one who was Chinese. That way I grew up with influences in two completely different styles of cooking, and of course my family favourites are certainly varied!
This recipe for grandma's meat and dumpling casserole is one I remember with great fondness.

My grandmother would make up a big pot, with a cheap cut of lamb (that is the national meat of Wales!) , pile in loads of carrots, swede, turnip, mushroom, and then top the casserole with these dumplings. They would start off their life as golf ball sized blobs floating on the top of the casserole, and then 2 hours later, they would have expanded nearly double in size.

This site contains affiliate links. I may receive a commission for purchases made through these links. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. For more information, check Privacy Policy.

My gran would traditionally use suet fat to make these dumplings, and in many countries, this is still readily available to buy. However, I have experimented and come up with an alternative to suet, which is as close as I can get to my gran's dumplings, taking into account a swap for the suet.

If you have never had British Dumplings, please please try them! If you enjoy casseroles and heart warming food, I am sure you will enjoy this recipe.

This casserole uses a cheap cut of beef or lamb. When cooked in this way, it will become incredibly tender. It is traditional to serve this with some mashed potato, although you really don't need it. the dumplings are very filling! I served mine with some couscous, as I find mashed potato too much for me to eat!

Let's get straight to the recipe and please enjoy our grandma's meat and dumpling casserole.


Grandma’s Meat and Dumpling Casserole

Grandma's Meat and Dumpling Casserole! This recipe is so delicious and full of flavor!

I'm very lucky to have had a grandmother who was Welsh, and also one who was Chinese. That way I grew up with influences in two completely different styles of cooking, and of course my family favourites are certainly varied!
This recipe for grandma's meat and dumpling casserole is one I remember with great fondness.

My grandmother would make up a big pot, with a cheap cut of lamb (that is the national meat of Wales!) , pile in loads of carrots, swede, turnip, mushroom, and then top the casserole with these dumplings. They would start off their life as golf ball sized blobs floating on the top of the casserole, and then 2 hours later, they would have expanded nearly double in size.

This site contains affiliate links. I may receive a commission for purchases made through these links. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. For more information, check Privacy Policy.

My gran would traditionally use suet fat to make these dumplings, and in many countries, this is still readily available to buy. However, I have experimented and come up with an alternative to suet, which is as close as I can get to my gran's dumplings, taking into account a swap for the suet.

If you have never had British Dumplings, please please try them! If you enjoy casseroles and heart warming food, I am sure you will enjoy this recipe.

This casserole uses a cheap cut of beef or lamb. When cooked in this way, it will become incredibly tender. It is traditional to serve this with some mashed potato, although you really don't need it. the dumplings are very filling! I served mine with some couscous, as I find mashed potato too much for me to eat!

Let's get straight to the recipe and please enjoy our grandma's meat and dumpling casserole.


Grandma’s Meat and Dumpling Casserole

Grandma's Meat and Dumpling Casserole! This recipe is so delicious and full of flavor!

I'm very lucky to have had a grandmother who was Welsh, and also one who was Chinese. That way I grew up with influences in two completely different styles of cooking, and of course my family favourites are certainly varied!
This recipe for grandma's meat and dumpling casserole is one I remember with great fondness.

My grandmother would make up a big pot, with a cheap cut of lamb (that is the national meat of Wales!) , pile in loads of carrots, swede, turnip, mushroom, and then top the casserole with these dumplings. They would start off their life as golf ball sized blobs floating on the top of the casserole, and then 2 hours later, they would have expanded nearly double in size.

This site contains affiliate links. I may receive a commission for purchases made through these links. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. For more information, check Privacy Policy.

My gran would traditionally use suet fat to make these dumplings, and in many countries, this is still readily available to buy. However, I have experimented and come up with an alternative to suet, which is as close as I can get to my gran's dumplings, taking into account a swap for the suet.

If you have never had British Dumplings, please please try them! If you enjoy casseroles and heart warming food, I am sure you will enjoy this recipe.

This casserole uses a cheap cut of beef or lamb. When cooked in this way, it will become incredibly tender. It is traditional to serve this with some mashed potato, although you really don't need it. the dumplings are very filling! I served mine with some couscous, as I find mashed potato too much for me to eat!

Let's get straight to the recipe and please enjoy our grandma's meat and dumpling casserole.


Grandma’s Meat and Dumpling Casserole

Grandma's Meat and Dumpling Casserole! This recipe is so delicious and full of flavor!

I'm very lucky to have had a grandmother who was Welsh, and also one who was Chinese. That way I grew up with influences in two completely different styles of cooking, and of course my family favourites are certainly varied!
This recipe for grandma's meat and dumpling casserole is one I remember with great fondness.

My grandmother would make up a big pot, with a cheap cut of lamb (that is the national meat of Wales!) , pile in loads of carrots, swede, turnip, mushroom, and then top the casserole with these dumplings. They would start off their life as golf ball sized blobs floating on the top of the casserole, and then 2 hours later, they would have expanded nearly double in size.

This site contains affiliate links. I may receive a commission for purchases made through these links. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. For more information, check Privacy Policy.

My gran would traditionally use suet fat to make these dumplings, and in many countries, this is still readily available to buy. However, I have experimented and come up with an alternative to suet, which is as close as I can get to my gran's dumplings, taking into account a swap for the suet.

If you have never had British Dumplings, please please try them! If you enjoy casseroles and heart warming food, I am sure you will enjoy this recipe.

This casserole uses a cheap cut of beef or lamb. When cooked in this way, it will become incredibly tender. It is traditional to serve this with some mashed potato, although you really don't need it. the dumplings are very filling! I served mine with some couscous, as I find mashed potato too much for me to eat!

Let's get straight to the recipe and please enjoy our grandma's meat and dumpling casserole.


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