When we think of dumplings, we tend to picture the stuffed wontons you’d get at a Chinese restaurant. In reality, a dumpling refers to anything from empanadas to pot stickers to ravioli—these are all made with dough and filled with something. If you’re looking for something Asian-inspired, try making easy chicken and lemongrass dumplings. The filling is a mix of chicken, cabbage and herbs, and lemongrass and fresh ginger give these dumplings a light, fresh flavor. For something different, try . We love to wrap whole apples, doused in cinnamon and sugar, in flaky puff pastry and bake for around twenty minutes. It’s a five-ingredient apple pie solution for any time of year! Get these recipes and more from F&W’s guide to dumplings.