Dumpling Skins

Here in Israel we don’t really have access to a lot of Asian things. The ingredients are often here, but the items themselves are either not available or very little selection. Tofu for example is few and far between, and very expensive. We found a place to buy dumpling skins.. but yeah.. not a very good experience. On to making our own..

2 Cups Flour
1/2 Tsp Salt
2/3 Cups Water

Combine then kneed together until it holds together well but is not sticky. It should be firm and slightly dry. Place in a plastic bag with no air on the counter. It needs to rest for at least 20 minutes, but can rest a lot longer.

When ready, cut half the dough out and leave the other half in the bag to stay moist. Roll the dough into a log, then cut small into thin pieces.


This batch was done with 1 Cup White Flour, 3/4 Cup Wheat Flour, and 1/4 Cup Ground Flax Seed


Roll each piece on a floured surface. That’s it.. its pretty easy actually.. just takes a bit of time.