🥟 Meaning: A pod-shaped delicacy encompassing some filling (or not) covered with a sheet of dough that is further sealed off at the ends. This is then either fried or steamed before consumption (mostly steamed).
The 🥟 Dumpling emoji refers to one of China and Japan’s most famous dishes, also known as dim sums. However, it can also be used to represent various other dumplings across the world.
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How and When to Use the 🥟 Dumpling Emoji
- Given that dumplings are the festive food for the Chinese New Year, you can use 🥟 while wishing someone for the same or even while posting or reposting anything related to the festival on social media too.
- Use 🥟 while sharing pictures or videos of dumplings; it can be cooking videos or even a picture-perfect arrangement of some home-made dim sums, etc.
- 🥟 can also be used to refer to dumplings that are available in other cultures and countries as well.
- If you’re planning to go out for some dumplings or momos with a significant other, a bestie or a roommate or just one person who covers them all, you can use 🥟 to indicate the same or even to suggest Chinese food.
- ‘Dumpling’ can also be a nickname for a loved one. So, if there is that special dumpling in your life, you can use 🥟 while posting pictures of or with them on social media.
- 🥟 Dim Sum
- 🥟 Momo
- 🥟 Modak
- 🥟 Wonton
- 🥟 Gnocchi
- 🥟 Matzah Ball
- 🥟 Khinkali
- 🥟 Pitha