The Secret to Making the Lightest, the Best, Dumplings

This is the way to make the most wonderful, light dumplings.

The secret ingredient is the Marmite.

An alternative flavour with a bit more kick, especially good with a beef stew, is horseradish (a tablespoon of grated horseradish could go into the amounts below).

The blogger, Emiko Davies, makes dumplings with spinach and ricotta.

NB: you can freeze the dumplings

Alternatively, Aunt Bessie’s is a good, ready-made, option.

For a good beef stew recipe using dumplings go here.

If you are really interested in dumplings, Barbara Gallani has written a whole book about them, Dumplings.

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