National Dumpling Day
National Dumpling Day:
Every year on September 26th, National Dumpling Day is observed to celebrate with Dumplings!
|2022||26th September||Monday||United States|
|2023||26th September||Tuesday||United States|
|2024||26th September||Thursday||United States|
Related: Other National Days Celebrated on September 26th:
National Compliance Officer Day
National Situational Awareness Day
Why National Dumpling Day?
Dumplings are made up of little dough balls. The dough is usually wrapped around a filling, however this is not always the case. The broad variety of dumplings available is influenced by both flavor and cooking methods. Flour, potatoes, or bread can be used to make the dough. Meat, fish, veggies, and sweets are all common fillings. Dumplings can also be prepared in a variety of ways. Boiling, steaming, simmering, and even frying is some of the processes. While dumplings are frequently consumed on their own, they also make a tasty addition to soups and stews.
With the reputation of dumplings increasing all the time, the day provides a wonderful opportunity to celebrate! Each nibble, whether served as an appetizer or a full entrée, is satisfying.
How Can We Observe National Dumpling Day?
Dumplings can be served as a whole meal. Appetizers come first, followed by a soup course. The main meal will thereafter be served. Finish it up with a sweet treat. Other ideas for celebration include:
Introduce your buddies to your favorite eatery. To share, get a selection of dumplings. Don’t forget to give the eatery a social media shout-out.
Experiment at your own house. Try some cultural dishes or add your own twist to them.
Soups with dumplings are delicious.
Please share some of your favorite foods.
Remember to photograph your plates both before and after!
Make sure to ask your friends to join you in celebrating! Take images and use the hashtag #NationalDumplingDay to share them on social media.
Dumplings Recipe :
2 tablespoons Butter
½ teaspoon Thyme dried
½ Onion chopped
1 tablespoon Parsley dried
1 cup Flour
¼ cup Shortening
3 oz Stilton
1 ½ teaspoon Baking Powder
¼ teaspoon Salt
- In a skillet, melt the butter, add the thyme and the chopped onion, and simmer until the onion is tender but not brown. Then take it off the stove and let it aside to cool.
- Combine the parsley, flour, baking powder, salt, and shortening in a mixing basin, and cut the shortening into the flour mixture. Then add the onion mixture and give it a little toss to spread it evenly. After that, gradually add water, a spoonful or two at a time.
- Make dumplings out of the mixture; you should be able to get around 12 out of it. Place a slice of cheese in the center of each, then reform the dough to cover the cheese.
- Cook on their own in simmer water or stock or add to a soup at the end of the cooking process. Cook for 10 to 12 minutes on low heat.
Interesting Facts about National Dumpling Day:
It honors the delectable, pillowy-soft comfort foods that are loved by both the affluent and the poor in so many varied cuisines throughout the world.
Traditional Chinese lunch to honor the creators of National Dumpling Day. If you can fit a different one into each course, you’ll get a gold star.
Dumplings are featured in many international cuisines and can be made in a variety of ways, including baking, boiling, frying, simmering, or steaming.
Dumplings were originated during the Three Kingdoms period, according to Chinese tradition.
History of National Dumpling Day:
In April 2015, TMI Food Group proposed National Dumpling Day to honor all the deliciousness of dumplings.
Dumplings originated in China and have a rich history in the United States. In Chinese culture, cooking and eating have significant implications. Lunching on many sorts of dumplings represents unity and completion! Let’s take a closer look at it.
About the founding entity of National Dumpling Day:
TMI Food Group is a minority-owned company that was started in 1989 by brothers Joseph and Terry Tang. The Tang Family has worked hard for over 20 years to ensure that the items they sell are of the greatest nutrition and energy standards. TMI Food Group has always and will continue to commit itself to the creation of tasty and healthy foods, with its simple objective “to make people happy” and vision “to be a part of every family’s meals.”
Twin Marquis Inc., Chef One Corp., and TMI Trading Corp. are all subsidiaries of TMI Food Group. Its present production facilities cover more than 130,000 square feet. Dim sum, appetizers, and dumplings have all been added to the menu, in addition to noodles and wrappers.