Tuesday, January 26, 2010


Just before Christmas, my friend Jill taught me how to make Sushi and Gyoza, and she just sent me the Gyoza recipe. I'm so excited to make them again- they were so tasty!



1 lb

Ground pork or turkey

½ cup

Chopped onion



1 T

Corn starch

1 package

Gyoza skins/Wonton wraps

3 T

Soy sauce


1. In a bowl, mix meat, onion, egg, corn starch and flavoring (soy sauce/teriyaki sauce).

2. Lay out about a dozen wraps at a time. Place a spoonful of mixture onto center of each wrap.

3. Dip finger into water and trace the edge of wrap and fold up into little dutch-hat looking potsticker.

4. Continue until all are made, setting them aside on a platter.

5. In large, deep fry pan, coated with a tablespoon of oil, brown about 20-25 gyoza at a time on medium heat. Turn each one and once browned, pour about 1 ½ cups of water over them. Put the lid on and steam for a few minutes. Once they have absorbed the water, they are done.

6. Remove them from pan, wipe out, and do the next batch.

7. Serve with rice. Pour a few tablespoons of soy sauce n a small dish and add a drop or two of hot sesame oil. This is for dipping the gyoza.

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1 comment:

Mommy #1 said...

Mmmm . . . we made something like this last week, but we used a whole wheat dough recipe that we found online. We also found some cheap presses at Ross (like $3 for five different sizes). We'll have to try this filling next time!