Dumplings is a dish that is sometimes compared to ravioli. “Chinese ravioli” was printed in the book San Francisco’s Chinatown (1936), and the earliest cites usually referred to wonton dumplings. “Jiaozi (Chinese ravioli clipped in vinegar)” was printed in a 1984 book; jiaozi are sometimes called “potstickers.”
“Potstickers are chinese ravioli” was posted on Twitter on November 30, 2009. “Wontons are like Chinese ravioli” was posted on Twitter on February 6, 2013. “Dumplings are just Chinese ravioli. Mind = blown” was posted on Twitter on January 13, 2014.
“Ravioli are just Italian dumplings” is a reverse saying. “Ravioli are just Italian dumplings, and dumplings are just Chinese ravioli” was posted on Reddit—Shower Thoughts on April 21, 2018.
A wonton (also spelled wantan, or wuntun in transcription from Cantonese; Mandarin: húntun) is a type of dumpling commonly found in a number of Chinese cuisines.
Jiaozi ([t?ja?u.ts?]) are a kind of Chinese dumpling, commonly eaten in China and other parts of East Asia. They are one of the major foods eaten during the Chinese New Year and year-round in the northern provinces. Though considered part of Chinese cuisine, jiaozi are popular in other parts of Asia and in Western countries.
Jiaozi typically consist of a ground meat and/or vegetable filling wrapped into a thinly rolled piece of dough, which is then sealed by pressing the edges together
San Francisco’s Chinatown
By Charles Caldwell Dobie and E. H. Suydam
New York, NY: D. Appleton-Century Co.
One of the most interesting dishes was Chinese ravioli. These were not steamed as the Italian ravioli is, but fried crisp.
Inside Los Angeles Chinatown
By Garding Lui
Ap Toey Won Ton Chinese Ravioli with Roast Duck
Char Sui Won Ton Chinese Ravioli with Roast Pork
Complete Small Appliance Cookbook
By John Roberson and Marie Roberson Hamm
New York, NY: A.A. Wyn
WON TONS (Chinese Ravioli)
By Martin Fischhoff, et al.
Detroit, MI: Detroit Guide
The House of Hunan applies the name “Chinese ravioli” to those gingered pork dumplings known descriptively in most Oriental restaurants as “potstickers.”
All Asia Guide 1984
by Bill Cranfield
Hong Kong: Far East Economic Review
For those not on a low-carbohydrate diet, it is essential to sample Peking's jiaozi (Chinese ravioli clipped in vinegar) and baozi (steamed dumplings filled with meat and vegetables)
By Robert Boulanger
New York, NY: Prentice Hall
jiaozi Chinese ravioli
Potstickers are chinese ravioli.
12:56 PM - 30 Nov 2009
J-LIST - Your friend in Japan!
Eating gyoza now. Just realized that Gyoza are Chinese Ravioli. #cannotunrealize
5:33 AM - 25 Jan 2013 from Isesaki-shi, Gunma
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Wontons are like Chinese ravioli ????
3:07 PM - 6 Feb 2013
You guys, you guys… Dumplings are just Chinese ravioli. Mind = blown
10:14 PM - 13 Jan 2014
Dumplings are just Chinese ravioli
2:37 PM - 7 Jul 2014
OMG dumplings are just Chinese ravioli
7:55 PM - 12 Dec 2014
Potstickers are just Chinese ravioli.
7:21 PM - 11 Oct 2015
A History of Chinese Martial Arts Fiction
By Chen Pingyuan
Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press
What name should you give tangyuan? Should they become “Chinese dumplings” and jiaozi “Chinese ravioli”?
Pot stickers are just Chinese ravioli
8:12 PM - 5 Feb 2016
Tom Fitzmorris’s New Orleans Food (Revised and Expanded Edition):
More Than 250 of the City’s Best Recipes to Cook at Home
By Tom Fitzmorris
New York, NY: Abrams
Good pot stickers are very good indeed. They’re Chinese ravioli, balls of meat with seasonings and vegetables wrapped in a noodle disk
Potstickers are just Chinese ravioli don’t @ me
10:26 PM - 28 Feb 2018
Ravioli are just Italian dumplings, and dumplings are just Chinese ravioli.
submitted April 21, 2018 by tacocollector2
All of them are just goyishe kreplach