Did you maybe mean jiao?
- Mandarin Mandarin trad. 餃子, simpl. 饺子 (pinyin: jiǎozi) (Wiktionary)
“The word jiaozi literally refers to the transition between two years at midnight.”
“CARROLL (voice-over): An undercover investigation in a Beijing neighborhood reveals yet another problem with a Chinese product -- this time, dumplings called jiaozi (ph).”
“I ate many traditional Chinese dishes at the Ditan Temple fair, such as jiaozi”
“And they all eat Pierogis, emPanadas, momo, jiaozi (Potstickers) and Hot Pockets.”
“Back home, we started in on the jiaozi, which I had naively thought would be the easiest dish to make.”
“Yesterday I grabbed some baozi and jiaozi for lunch... tasty, as far as I know, cardboard-free.”
“UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: These jiaozi (ph) are kind of tough.”
“I sometimes use fresh okara in jiaozi or baozi fillings, too.”
“No Chinese family can celebrate the recently passed lunar New Year festival without a prodigious mound of jiaozi, or dumplings - juicy parcels of dough-swaddled pork and leek that explode, scalding and garlicky, in the mouth.”
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