MEMHPIS, Tenn. — Southern hospitality is real, but those in the Mid-South are generous to a fault. And no matter the occasion, there’s always a sea of food, and you can count on leftovers.
Once you’ve grown tired of sandwiches, give Chef Elle’s recipe a try. After all, you only need leftovers, and she’s kept it fresh and easy.
Dump Dumplings by Chef Elle
Ingredients: (c=cup; T=tablespoon; t=teaspoon)
- 1 c diced turkey or ham
- 1 c mashed sweet potatoes
- 30 dumpling wrappers
- 6 T grapeseed oil
- *Cranberry Sauce (see easy solutions)
- Line a baking sheet with cotton kitchen towels.
- To form dumpling, place wrapper in the palm of your hand. Dip finger in water and gently wet the perimeter of the wrapper.
- Add a teaspoon of sweet potato and a few pieces of turkey in center of wrapper and fold in half. Press upward from filling to edge to remove excess air and seal the dumpling.
- Place dumpling on a cloth lined baking sheet. Repeat steps with remaining wrappers and filling.
- Add grapeseed oil to a large skillet and set over medium-high heat. Once oil is shimmering, add dumplings. After cooking 2 to 3 minutes, increase heat to high. Add 4 ounces water and cook until water dissipates.
- Transfer dumplings to a serving platter and enjoy. Yields 30 pieces.
Making the cranberry sauce is really easy. Simply add leftover cranberry relish to a medium pot and set over medium-low heat. Once it’s simmering, add 5 ounces white wine and 10 ounces turkey, chicken or ham chicken stock. After about 6 minutes, remove from heat and stir in cold butter. Drizzle over dumplings and enjoy.
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