Do You Need a Dumpling Maker for Perfect Dumplings? — The Kitchen Gadget Test Show



On today’s episode of the Kitchen Gadget Test Show, Choi is battling her handmade dumpling skills against a stainless steel dumpling maker that retails for $7.99 here: But as Choi quickly points out, the dumplings made by the dumpling maker end up looking more like ravioli — since the small tool triples as a means for making ravioli and perogi, too.

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32 thoughts on “Do You Need a Dumpling Maker for Perfect Dumplings? — The Kitchen Gadget Test Show”

  1. That dumpling maker is like what some people use to make Gujiya (Indian dessert) here in India. It has that exact shape of a Gujiya. Even I have it at my home but we barely use it, hand folding is the best.

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  2. this is strange.. she put the dumpling that she made with her hands all in her mouth in one shot and the machine one she took a bite and when the juice came out , she is like air pockets and the juice came out, dumpling are supposed to be juicy… also she goes the machine one has a little thicker dough … hahah .. both dumpling are made from the same ready made dough… what a faker…. these people know nothing about food…. they should be banned …

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  3. I agree that the hand-made ones look better, but I wonder how the dumpling maker compares with someone without skill (like me!)

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  4. Nah, the machine might be quicker, but something is lost in translation as far as I'm concerned.
    I was just about to buy one, but after seeing how easy it is to do by hand, and the suspect result with the press, I stick with the Choi method.
    Thank you, Choi.

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  5. Esther should keep in mind people with fine motor difficulties. This would be a great device for people with arthritis also.

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  6. She’s kinda ‘too confident’ with her skills if you would ask me. Typical ‘know-it-all’ person. Skeptic of new innovations, believes she does eveything better than everyone else. You can tell by her body language and the way she talks.

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  7. I watched your video because I'm making dumplings today, and my girlfriend (the Asian half) offered to bring over a dumpling maker she uses for making empanaditas. I think we'll make a fun afternoon of it by racing to see which method makes more dumplings : )

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  8. Who wants ugly babies? If I can't learn to make pretty dumplings, I'll pay to have someone else make them.

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  9. The dumpling gadget looks like someone took the fake teeth in the dentist's office and used it to make dumplings.

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  10. It's called korean kimchi mandu
    김치만두. Mandu (만두)=dumpling
    🎎🇰🇷👀🖖🇺🇸to🇰🇷🖖🤙🙋‍♀️🙋‍♂️

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  11. Your dumplings LOOK like dumplings rather than empanadas. Also 30 years! Where you making dumplings five years in the womb?

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  12. You’re ugly dumplings are my beautiful pierogi , perfectly beautifully Polish ;0) Slender and sleek. All in the eye of the beholder ;0)

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  13. The "time test" would have been more real if she hadn't manually closed the dough before putting it in the crimper. The whole point of the crimper is save time/effort by folding and crimping the dough after the filling is added

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  14. I feel like bullied Korean children running home and screaming at their mothers about how they should've had better dumpling making skills is a thing.

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  15. Well I'm glad the maker worked because I've never made a dumpling in my life but I have a maker just like the one you used.Watching you gives me a little confidence that they won't turn out too bad for a first timer,thanks.

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