Dumpling wrappers, also known as dumpling skins or dumpling dough, are thin sheets of dough that are used to wrap dumplings. They can be made from a variety of different types of dough, including wheat flour, rice flour, or potato starch, and are typically rolled out into thin circles or squares before being filled and shaped into dumplings.
There are many different recipes for making dumpling wrappers, but most include a combination of flour, water, and sometimes a small amount of oil or other fat. The dough is mixed together until it forms a smooth, pliable ball, then it is rolled out and cut into the desired shape.
To make dumpling wrappers at home, you will need a rolling pin and a round cookie cutter or a knife to cut the dough into the desired shape. Some people also use a pasta machine or a dough sheeter to roll out the dough evenly and to the desired thickness. Once the wrappers are cut out, they can be filled with a variety of fillings, such as meat, vegetables, or cheese, and then shaped into dumplings by folding or pleating the dough around the filling.