How do you keep asian boiled dumplings from sticking to each other while they are out on the table?

We were at a party and someone brought them as an hors devour, they didn’t stick together. When we tried, they got all sticky and dry looking. Do I put an oil on them or keep them in a liquid?
spray them after draining??? Or while they are cooking?

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7 Responses to “How do you keep asian boiled dumplings from sticking to each other while they are out on the table?”

  1. Channing said:

    lightly spray them with pam cooking oil

  2. C.M. C said:

    Allie, when the Asians are doing dumplings, they are boiled in their broths, or steamed. The ones from the broth has oil through the broth thus stops the sticking. The other trick is and picked up from the same family, when they steam in the bamboo steamers, they do not use water, that they steam the fish and vegetables, and in this case the dumplings is some of the broth in the bottom of the wok. Believe or not it works.

    Chris

  3. Judy T said:

    When your dumplings are done take them up and add a little olive oil and toss and they won’t stick.

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