Potato Onion, Beef and Cheese Kreplach
Kreplach, sometimes referred to as Jewish raviolis or wontons, are pasta dumplings that are filled with meat, cheese or potatoes and usually served in chicken soup. Their triangular shape represents Judaism's three patriarchs: Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. Their paper-thin wrapper lets the delicious filling show through.
You can also purchase Chinese wonton wrappers, available at most supermarkets, instead of making your own dough.
This recipe was adapted from Bon Appétit.