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I genuinely believe it can't be done. We call an insane number of different kinds of foods dumplings. Few dishes can be made with everything from rice, flour, potatoes or corn among many other things and can be boiled, steamed, pan-fried or deep-fried. Their basic structure also differs dramatically: Some feature a filling wrapped with dough like Chinese jiaozi, while others are nothing more than a basic dough simmered in liquid like the dumplings found in the Southern classic, chicken and dumplings. How can those two types be called the same thing? Some people intentionally dismiss the basic, unfilled dumplings, anointing the filling-wrapped-in-dough version as the one true dumpling. That certainly works with what we think of most Asian dumplings, like Chinese wontons, Japanese gyoza and Korean mandu. In fact, most cuisines on earth have some variation on the dish constructed from a filling wrapped in dough, which explains the prevalence of photo galleries online showcasing the wide world of dumplings. I'm here to squash all of that universal goodwill. This definition has a couple of major, irresponsible flaws. The first is that this open-ended definition leaves room for dishes that have never been called dumplings before, like empanadas, samosas, hand pies and calzones.