Claire Makes Soup Dumplings | Bon Appetit

Publicado em 20 Abr 2015
Associate Food Editor Claire Saffitz shows us how to make soup dumplings.

Soup dumplings fall in the category of "delicious things we love to order when we're out, but would never even dream of making at home." Until now, that is. This dim sum staple may seem complicated, but it's really just made from three separate components: the dough, the filling, and the soup. Where things get tricky is in the process of sealing the dumpling with a series of intricate folds. Don't worry: We've got step-by-step video instructions and a tutorial on how to do it.
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  • Claire, is there a simple, but effective, way to alter this recipe to make it more WFPBNO? Yet still delish??? Umm... asking for a friend. ;)

  • ummmmmmmm...!? paper recipe please (:

  • Claire with red lipstick look so different

  • not to say that the younger claire doesnt look good but i think that grey streak she has in her hair now really looks good on her

  • Bae Appetite when I see Claire

  • I liked your old look it was appealing and mature. Anyways you always look good in any look.. you rock clarie.. I like your videos especially the gourmet one's :)

  • Thank you Claire for showing me how to make soup dumplings I really appreciate the video Happy holidays

  • Georgian khinkali 😍😂

  • instead of thinning one piece at a time, I thin the whole dough and cut round pieces, it s way faster easier and result is the same

  • Was thinking so hard abt wtf is soup dumpling.. then i realised its xiao long bao.. damn u people has english name on all kind of food

  • *cries in muslim*

  • Claire’s white streaaaaaaak is missing💔💔💔💔💔💔

  • Nooo did she dye her haired!!! I miss her gray streak. 😢

  • I don't know, but give me a reason to learn how to cook asian food from non-asian. Such a use-fool!

  • ive never heard anyone call it soup dumpling before

  • That is NOT how you eat a soup dumpling. Traditionally you take a small bite off the top ( too vent hot steam & add dipping sauce) sip just a little soup, then add sauce into open hole. Then You put the entire soup dumpling into your mouth, you do you not take small bites..

  • She was just a baby here!

  • chinese gushers look tasty

  • She's so ridiculously pretty...

  • Wow , she is gorgeous

  • Tasty?

  • THIS CANNOT BE CLAIRE OMG SHES SO TINY

  • bby claire

  • Who cares about dumplings. Look at Claire!

  • I've been watching newer videos and I think Claire looks so pretty and dignified with her gray streak of hair! I didn't realize she used to dye it, she looks so different!

  • „so easy to make“ YEAH SURE

  • shes so young

  • Claire, before she had her super sexy gray streak. (still kinda sexy though)

  • Wow she looks so different without the cool grey in her hair! Awesome cook either way!!!

  • it’s weird not seeing Claire freaking out over trying to make something gourmet

  • I like it my non dominant hand cool

  • it looks like buuz

  • Who tf mixes the soup with the filling you just put it on top, and you can just use chicken stock with some soy sauce you don’t have to make all that simmering thing

  • 4:54. "nibble a hole", do NOT bite the dumpling like that, you'll burn your lips and teeth.

  • Love the new hair Clare but the grey stripe in the front was a classic either way your gorgeous and I’m trying this recipe

  • I couldn't figure out why Claire looked so weird in this video but then I realized it was her hair! They grey wasn't a thing yet

  • How does she look younger now?

  • Enjoy...!

  • Omggggggg she looks so young

  • You say it's not complicated to make...yet you don't include ingredients, possible substitutions, or cooking times! So yeah, it's complicated.

  • Um? How can I make this without the actual ingredients????

  • Can you create soup dumplings with beef or chicken? If so, how different would the process be compared to this?

  • She got all purdied up for this video c':

  • Didn't know Claire was so attractive

  • She's cute asf and can cook like a boss someone better wife her

  • Wow! From 2015 till today Brad must be wearing on Clair. But she's still cute

  • IM CHINESE AND WHAT THEY DO IS THEY FREEZE THE SOUP (WILL NO GELATIN) AND THEN PUT IT INSIDE AND STEAM IT

  • NOT TRUE

  • Lmao, it’s pretty much how my grandma taught me, except we are not so precise with the dough. We just eye ball it.

  • I like how this video is 3 years old and Claire looks even better now. She ages in reverse

  • « Isn’t so complicated ». I mean it sounds like tedious work...

  • Claire :(

  • melt me into your soup

  • Wow really authentic recipe!

  • I love the new Claire.... Far less makeup and much more personality!

  • xiaoshing wine?.... Careful wine? what?

  • Smh I really thought this was a recent video then I looked at the date, why am I just now watching her, I’ve missed 3 yearssss 🤦🏻‍♀️

  • Love the new not as serious Bon Appétit

  • I miss your streak, claire :(

  • Oml Claire looks so different

  • I love dumplings and claire

  • I was interested until the pig foot

  • Usually, in proper Chinese restaurants, there's usually a hole on the top that you can suck the soup out of and then eat.

  • Wow she looks so different

  • Xiao long bao ‘s are my absolute favorite

  • Brunette good.

  • Asian approved.

  • Claire is just lovely

  • Gorgeous and talented

  • Most of the time, people will bite a hole first to let the steam out. Once it isn't as scalding, u slurp the whole dumping into your mouth

  • I don’t even cook, but have literally binge watched every video Claire and Brad are in.

  • why is this so hand wavey?

  • Hoe can I make these vegetarian ????

  • love how she pauses before pronouncing the wine :)

  • actually i bite a hole in the dumpling first and drink the soup then i dip it in vinegar and swirl it ard to let the meat absorb the vinegar and then finish it in a bite :)

  • OMG CLAIRE'S HAIR WHAT

  • Claire is bae

  • "Isn't that complicated" PSHH

  • she missed a lot of jokes here wheres brad

  • That's a pretty nice marble worktop

  • At the beginning I was like what do you mean this isn't claire... But its just 2015 claire.

  • Xiaolongbao is looking great. Thank you Claire for making it right. Also, you are looking very pretty. 😴

  • I had to scroll down three comments to see a gray streak comment 😪

  • Lol I’m happy europeans are interested in our asian culture :) hope y’all can do some that are not just chinese but maybe Malay or Indonesian

  • Claire looks like Tammy 2 in this video. In a good way.

  • Um. Take off her makeup and unstraighten her hair pls. She looks so different

  • i’m hungry gr8

  • Ahhhh this brings back memories for me, sweet sweet childhood🥟🥟🥟

  • I never considered soup dumplings dim sum. Oh well. My favorite if the place is legit and has fresh bbq pork is Cheung Fun with chinese BBQ pork and if not with shrimp.

  • claire u are beautiful!

  • Little Claire!

  • Great recipe, clear steps, Claire is great - but wtf is up with this music?????

  • WoW...This is surprisingly authentic..

  • The cube method works but if you put it all through a chilled grinder the end product will be much more uniform in shape and content.

  • she looks like a budget porn star

  • I love it...but man, idk if I’d say this is easy. I find the hardest thing about cooking isn’t actually the cooking part, but the ingredients and prep. SO MANY INGREDIENTS! A pigs foot? Like omg. So many things!! Maybe I’m just unskilled and naive rn, but these definitely seem like a lot of work 😂

    • Tweedlebean I hear you, but even still...I think this is only ‘hard to mess up’ if you’re a culinary graduate or skilled in the kitchen. I find filling dumplings without breaking them open to be one of the harder things to accomplish. Maybe that’s just me! Idk, I just feel like there should be steps between easy, moderate, and difficult. I would definitely put this in the “moderate” area.

    • I think "easy" in cooking means "hard to mess up". It'll take a lot of work, but it's almost guaranteed to come out well.

  • Such a baby! Wow💕

  • i prefer new claire the old one doesn't have that je ne sais quoi.

  • where's the white in her hair (or grey idk)

  • First white person I've ever seen cook an Asian dish with actual chopsticks.