Indulge in the insanely delicious quick dinner of fried dumplings in a sour cream sauce!
As we move further into the realm of culinary delights, we discover an incredibly tantalizing dish that is sure to spice up your daily routine – the fried dumplings (or Russian pelmeni) in a sour cream sauce! It is no longer a secret that frozen dumplings can be a savior when it comes to whipping up a quick meal, and the fact that they can be fried straight from the freezer without defrosting them only adds to their versatility.
So, what exactly do you need to create this culinary masterpiece?
- Frozen dumplings — 500 g.
- Water — 100 ml
- Vegetable oil 2 tbs.
- Dill — 20 g.
- Parsley 20 g.
- Sour cream — 3 tbs.
- Ground black pepper — to taste
- Salt— to taste
Now that we have our ingredients sorted, it’s time to get cooking! Let’s go to the cooking process.
How to cook fried dumplings
Step 1. Take the dumplings from the freezer. Start to fry them immediately. It is crucial to remember not to defrost the dumplings, or else the dough will tear, the filling’s meat juice will seep out, and as a result the dumplings will stick to the pan.
Step 2. Pour some vegetable oil into a thick-walled frying pan and heat it up properly. Next, add the dumplings into the pan. It is essential to ensure that the dumplings are placed in a single layer, are not touching each other, and are not sticking together. If you fry the like un a picture, stir them thoroughly while frying.
Step 3. Fry the dumplings on one side over high heat for approximately 5-7 minutes until they are covered with a delectable ruddy and dense crust. This will ensure that the meat juice inside the dumplings remains intact and does not flow out into the pan.
Step 4. Use a spatula to flip the dumplings gently and fry them over high heat on the other side until they attain a beautiful golden brown color.
Step 5. After that, reduce the heat to medium or slightly lower and pour in half a glass of water. Cut the dill and parsley and add them to the pan with dumplings. Add a pinch of salt and black pepper. Cover the pan with a lid and let the dumplings simmer in the water until tender and the moisture has evaporated, which usually takes about 10 minutes.
Step 6. Remove the lid from the pan, add a little more vegetable oil, and pour in three tablespoons of sour cream. Stir the dumplings and let them simmer some more until the satiny sauce soaks the fried dough.
Step 7. Finally, remove the dumplings from the pan and place them on a serving dish. Voila! Your scrumptious fried dumplings in a sour cream sauce are ready to be devoured.
So, there you have it – a quick and easy way to enjoy a mouth-watering meal that is sure to please your taste buds. Happy cooking and bon appetit!
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