Sponge Dumplings Recipe

Sponge Dumplings Recipe


Sponge dumplings are a classic dish that has been enjoyed for many generations. While the exact origin of this recipe is unclear, dumplings have been a popular staple in various cuisines around the world. Chinese, German, and Hungarian cuisines all have their own unique versions of dumplings.

Fun Facts:

1. Dumplings are known by different names in various cultures. In Chinese cuisine, they are called "jiaozi", while in German cuisine, they are known as "knödel".
2. Dumplings can be served as a main course, side dish, or even as a dessert, depending on the ingredients used.
3. Dumplings are traditionally made by wrapping dough around a filling. However, sponge dumplings are unique as they are made by steaming a batter mixture.


- 3 eggs, separated
- 1 cup soup stock (chicken, vegetable, or beef)
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
- Chopped parsley for garnish


1. Separate the eggs, placing the egg whites in a clean, dry bowl and set aside.
2. Beat the egg yolks in a separate bowl until well combined.
3. Add the soup stock to the beaten egg yolks and stir until fully incorporated.
4. Gradually add the salt to the egg yolk mixture and mix well.
5. In the bowl with the egg whites, beat them until they form stiff peaks.
6. Gently fold the beaten egg whites into the egg yolk mixture until well combined.
7. Grease a cup and pour the batter mixture into it.
8. Place the cup in a pan of hot water. Make sure the water is enough to reach halfway up the sides of the cup.
9. Steam the cup of batter mixture until firm. This usually takes about 15-20 minutes.
10. Once the dumpling is cooked, remove it from the cup and let it cool slightly.
11. Using a teaspoon, carefully cut the dumpling into small pieces.
12. In a separate pot, heat the soup until boiling.
13. Just before serving, add the chopped parsley to the boiling soup.
14. Pour the hot soup over the cut sponge dumplings.
15. Serve warm and enjoy!

Similar Recipe Dishes:

1. Chinese Jiaozi: Chinese dumplings made with a filling of ground meat or vegetables, wrapped in a thin dough and either steamed, pan-fried, or boiled. They are commonly served with dipping sauces.
2. German Knödel: German dumplings made with mashed potatoes or bread, mixed with flour and eggs. They are typically boiled and served as a side dish with meat and gravy.
3. Hungarian Gundel Palacsinta: Hungarian pancakes filled with a sweet nut or fruit filling, rolled up, and then baked with a rich chocolate sauce on top.
4. Japanese Gyoza: Japanese dumplings made with ground pork and vegetables, wrapped in a thin dough and pan-fried until crispy. They are often served with soy sauce and vinegar for dipping.

These are just a few examples of the many different types of dumplings found around the world. Each cuisine has its own unique take on this comforting and versatile dish. Whether sweet or savory, dumplings are sure to satisfy any craving.



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