The most important part of the dumpling soup is the dumplings:
Put the flour and 2g salt into the bread bucket, add water, select "Dumpling Dough", the program defaults 30 minutes to knead the dough.
The mixed dough wakes up for a while, then knead into long strips, cut into small pieces of even size, press flat and roll into slices, and pack in the fillings
2. Wrap all the dumplings. (The stuffing here is left over when my mother made the buns yesterday. You can choose the stuffing with mushrooms and pork. You can choose the stuffing you like, or you can choose quick-frozen dumplings.) Take a small pot and add water and bring to a boil Then put in dumplings
3. After the pot is opened, the dumplings float up, pour in a small bowl of cold water, repeat three times in total, and finally remove the dumplings directly for use. (My dumpling soup is for two people. When cooking the dumplings, don’t have too much water, probably enough to cook, because after a while, use the dumpling water to make the dumpling soup. If there is too much water, it will make a big dumpling. Pot dumpling soup, the corresponding amount of vegetables should also increase, how many meals do you have to eat...)
4. Wash dried peppers and set aside, cut fish balls into thin slices, wash and cut shiitake mushrooms into strips, cut tomatoes into strips, cut seaweed slightly with edible scissors, cut parsley into sections, and cut chives into circles for use. Continue heating the remaining dumpling soup in the pot, add the tomatoes and cook for about 5 minutes. When the tomatoes are half-soft, add the fish balls
5. Break the dried chilies into small sections and put them in the pot, then add the onion rings and shiitake mushroom strips for about two to three minutes. When the vegetables are almost ready, add the seaweed, chives and coriander sections
6. Put the dumplings, add 2.5g of salt and a little light soy sauce
7. Pour in vinegar, a little chili oil and sesame oil
8. Fish out while it's hot
9. Sprinkle some green onion rings and chopped seaweed
10. What are you waiting for? Let’s eat
Dumplings can be replaced with quick-frozen dumplings, or the stuffing inside can be wrapped into what you like.