In a bowl, add ground pork, ground beef, and green onions. Next, grab some kimchi and squeeze out the extra kimchi juice back into the container. You can save the brine to make kimchi fried rice later or use it for something else.
Chop the kimchi very finely, then throw them into the bowl with the meat. Next, add minced garlic, salt, pepper, and a few swigs of sesame oil and soy sauce.
Now, mix everything together. Make sure the pork and beef are combined nicely. If you’re having difficulty mixing, add a bit more sesame oil.
Before cooking all the dumplings, make a few testers to check if the seasoning meets your standards. One dumpling should have a small spoonful of filling.
You want it to be full, but not so much that the filling oozes out. Too much filling and the dumpling will come apart while it’s cooking.
You’ll want to beat an egg and use that to help seal the dumplings when wrapping them. So grab a package of round dumpling wrappers, scoop some filling into the center, and line the edges of the wrapper with the egg.
Fold them in half and press down on the edges to seal them properly. Boil a few dumplings in a pot of water for about five minutes, then taste-test them! If they’re to your liking, go ahead and boil more. Or you can also pan-fry them.
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