The best soup dumplings in Los Angeles

Creating the perfect dumpling requires the right combination of ingredients and techniques. The walls should be thin and delicate but strong enough to hold the filling. It should be tough but never chewy. There should be enough soup to warrant the name, and a certain degree of dexterity involved in the pleating to ensure the skin doesn’t break.

And there’s a proper way to eat them, depending on who you ask.

In the first episode of “The Bucket List: Dumplings”, we visit three restaurants that stand out with different styles of dumplings – soup dumplings. First, we tasted the sweet xiao long dumplings and the giant crab and pork dumplings at Long Xing Ji Juicy Dumpling #1 (formerly Wang Xing Ji) in San Gabriel. Next, we’ll head to the Collage Culinary Experience food hall at South Coast Plaza to enjoy a selection of flavored dumplings from Paradise Dynasty. And we wrap up our dumpling adventure with a visit to Hui Tou Xiang’s kitchen in San Gabriel and the restaurant’s new location in Hollywood to learn about xiao long bao’s secret ingredients.

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The place featured in this episode

Long Xing Ji Juicy Dumplings #1, 140 W. Valley Blvd., Ste 211, San Gabriel, (626) 307-1188,

Paradise Dynasty, 3333 Bristol St., BLM, 1 Bloomingdale’s, Costa Mesa, (714) 617-4630,

Hui Tou Xiang, San Gabriel and Hollywood locations in The best soup dumplings in Los Angeles

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