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If you’ve been on Pinterest or Instagram in the last few months you have probably seen an influx of dumpling recipes. We’re not sure if it has (everything) to do with the arrival of the dumpling emoji on our phones or if more people are experimenting making these little delights at home. Regardless of the reason, the Test Kitchen wanted to experiment. And they found that using some of our favorite Hamilton Beach appliances can help making steamed pork dumplings at home a breeze.

To make a delicious dumpling, you have to start with a delicious filling. This is where your Hamilton Beach® food processor comes in handy. Using a food processor fitted with the chopping/mixing blade (running), add cabbage, green onions, garlic, jalapeño, ginger, and cilantro through the food shoot until the cabbage is minced.

Steamed Pork Dumplings in a Rice Cooker

Then add pork, rice vinegar, soy sauce, sesame oil, salt, and pepper to the food processor and PULSE a few until the filling combines. You’ll use the paste-like mixture to fill the wonton wrappers.

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Now it’s time to assemble the dumplings. Place one wonton wrapper on a cutting board and add 1 ½ teaspoon of the pork filling into the center of the wrapper.

Steamed Pork Dumplings in a Rice Cooker

Using a little bit of water, wet your finger or a small pastry brush, then moisten the edges of the wrapper.

To form the dumpling, bring all four edges of the wrapper up to form and point then pinch the sides together to secure the filling. They will look like little edible pouches.

Steamed Pork Dumplings in a Rice Cooker

Once the dumplings are made, add water to your rice cooker cooking pot. Place the dumplings (in a single layer) in your rice cooker basket and close the lid. Steam the dumplings for about 30 minutes on the STEAM COOK setting until the pork is fully cooked.

Steamed Pork Dumplings in a Rice Cooker

Serve these dumplings with a delicious homemade dipping sauce or with your favorite chili or hoisin sauce.

Steamed Pork Dumplings in a Rice Cooker

Whether you are serving them alongside your favorite fried rice and ramen noodle soup for a homemade Asian feast or by themselves, these dumplings are flavor-packed pork pockets you’ll want to make over and over again.

Steamed Pork Dumplings in a Rice Cooker

Have leftover filling? Use it to make homemade egg rolls or meatballs later in the week.

 

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  1. Fill rice cooking pot with water to the first line and place in rice cooker.
  2. Using chopping/mixing blade with processor running, add cabbage, green onions, garlic, jalapeno, ginger and cilantro through the food chute until cabbage is minced.
  3. In a large bowl, combine pork, vinegar, soy sauce, sesame oil, salt and pepper.
  4. Add cabbage mixture to pork mixture. Stir together until well blended.
  5. Place 1 wrapper on a cutting board. Add 1 ½ teaspoons pork filling to the center of wrapper.
  6. In small bowl of water, wet ends of a pastry brush and brush ¼-inch around edges of wrapper.
  7. Bring edges up to form a point and pinch sides together. Repeat with remaining filling and wrappers. Place in single layer in rice cooker basket
  8. Add basket to rice cooker and close lid.
  9. Steam for 30 minutes or until pork filling is cooked through.
  10. Serve with Dumpling Dipping Sauce.
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St. Patrick’s Day is a great excuse to pick up a corned beef brisket and make an Irish feast for dinner. Since there’s plenty of room in the Hamilton Beach® 22-quart roaster oven, we decided to cook the main course and sides together. This roaster oven corned beef and cabbage with potatoes is the perfect meal for feeding a green-wearing crowd.

Roaster Oven Corned Beef & Cabbage

Rinse the corned beef and pat it dry. Then place it on the roaster oven rack. Place the meat into the roaster oven on the rack and pour chicken broth and corned beef seasoning (it will come in a packet when you purchase the meat at the grocery store) over top.

Roaster Oven Corned Beef & Cabbage

Cover and cook for 2 ½ to 3 hours at 325 degrees.

Roaster Oven Corned Beef & Cabbage

Remove the roaster oven lid and cover the meat with a simple glaze (made of brown sugar, ketchup, and mustard). Arrange your sides – cabbage and potatoes – around the roaster oven. Cover and cook for an additional hour until the meat is fully cooked and the potatoes are fork tender.

Roaster Oven Corned Beef & Cabbage

What’s great about this corned beef and cabbage recipe is that it all cooks together in the roaster oven. You can leave the stove off completely or use it to make other St. Paddy’s favourites like shepherd’s pie or green velvet cupcakes for the kids. Slice the corned beef and return it to the roaster oven so your party guests can serve themselves or plate everything together for a festive family dinner. If you’ve got the luck of the Irish, you’ll have leftovers to make corned beef reuben sandwiches throughout the week.

Roaster Oven Corned Beef & Cabbage

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  1. Remove rack from roaster oven. In roaster oven insert pan, stir together broth and spice packets.
  2. Heat roaster oven to 325°F.
  3. In a small bowl, stir together brown sugar, mustard and ketchup. Set aside.
  4. Rinse corned beef and pat dry. Place on rack.
  5. Use roaster rack to carefully place corned beef in roaster oven. Pour broth mixture over corned beef.
  6. Cover and roast for 2 ½ to 3 hours.
  7. Spread brown sugar mixture on top and sides of meat. Arrange cabbage and potatoes around meat.
  8. Cover and cook 1 hour or until meat is fork tender.
  9. Remove cabbage and potatoes to a serving bowl.
  10. Using oven mitts, remove to a cutting board. Let meat stand 10 minutes. Remove meat from rack before slicing.
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