Korean Steamed Mandu Recipe Video

James is making Steamed Mandu using store bought wrappers. Normally pork is added in the stuffing but here turkey has been used. Steamed Mandu is a wonderful dish with a mouth watering taste. The dipping sauce further enhances the flavour of the dish.


Preparation Time10 MinCooking Time10 Min
Ready In20 MinDifficulty LevelEasy
Health IndexAverageServings2


 Ground turkey/Pork1 Cup (16 tbs)
 Soft tofu1⁄2 Pound, crumbled
 Eggs2 , cracked
 Sake1 Tablespoon
 Sesame oil1 Teaspoon
 Chives4 Tablespoon, chopped
 Black pepper To Taste
 Soy sauce2 Tablespoon
 Rice wine vinegar1 Tablespoon
 Black pepper powder3 Pinch
 Sugar3 Pinch
 Ginger1 Tablespoon, crushed
 Sesame seeds1 Teaspoon

Nutrition Facts

Serving size

Calories 287 Calories from Fat 134

% Daily Value*

Total Fat 15 g23.2%

Saturated Fat 3.4 g17.2%

Trans Fat 0.2 g

Cholesterol 256.5 mg

Sodium 998.7 mg41.6%

Total Carbohydrates 11 g3.7%

Dietary Fiber 5.7 g22.8%

Sugars 2.3 g

Protein 24 g48.6%

Vitamin A 31.1% Vitamin C 30.2%

Calcium 9.7% Iron 18%

*Based on a 2000 Calorie diet


In large bowl, mix all the stuffing ingredients and keep aside for a few minutes.
In a small bowl, mix all the dipping sauce ingredients and set aside.
Place 1 tablespoon of the stuffing over the wrap. Apply water on the edges, fold over and seal the edges well.
Place in the steamer in batches and steam each batch for 10 minutes.

Editors Review

What do you feel like eating when it is pouring outside? How about some delicious, hot, steamed Korean Dumplings? Watch James make steamed mandus using store bought wonton wrappers and canned turkey as a stuffing. The dipping sauce is just a mixture of some simple Asian sauces from the pantry cupboard. It’s an ideal way to comfort your soul and lift your spirits on a gloomy and dull rainy day!