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Saturday, August 6, 2011

Easy to Cook Japanese Recipe Gyoza (Japanese Dumplings)

Gyoza or Japanese Dumplings are originally from China but have become very popular in Japan. This is a great easy recipe for Gyoza.

Makes 10

Dipping Sauce
• ½ cup soy sauce
• 1/3 cup rice vinegar
• 1 tsp sesame oil
• 1 tsp chili oil

Ingredients for Dumpling
• 60g minced pork or king prawns
• ¼ tsp chopped garlic
• 1 tsp grated ginger
• 1 Chinese cabbage leaf, chopped
• 5 stems Chinese garlic chives (nira), chopped
• a pinch of salt

• 10 round gyoza wrappers or gow gee wrappers
• vegetable oil for frying
• ¼ cup water

Method

1. Prepare the dipping sauce by mixing all the ingredients together in a bowl.
2. Place all the dumpling ingredients together in a bowl and combine well.
3. Place a wrapper on a plate or board and, using one finger, wet round the edges.
4. Put 1 tablespoon of filling on the center of the wrapper.
5. Fold the wrapper over the filling, seal the edges together by pressing and making small pleats.
6. Repeat with remaining wrappers.
7. Heat a non-stick frying pan and add a little oil, swirling around the pan.
8. Lay a few gyoza side by side in one or two rows in the pan, and cook on one side until golden brown. Then using a spatula turn over one row all at once. Add water and put a lid on to steam.
9. Steam for a couple of minutes or until most of the liquid has evaporated.
10. Serve hot with dipping sauce.

Note:
• You can buy already prepared gyoza dipping sauce at most Asian Supermarkets.

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11 comments:

  1. I love dumplings! Can't wait to try these out.

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  2. Thanks Lina,

    Thanks R. Grace, these are really good and so easy to make :)

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  3. Yum! These look great. I have been deep frying some wontons with similar ingredients. I should try gyoza one of these days!

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  4. These look nice. Maybe one day you can post a recipe for sesame dessert, I had this in the Japan Centre in London and it was delicious.

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  5. oh gosh! they are soo good!
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  6. Thanks Ms Chef, they are really good and I like the deep fried variety as well (age-gyoza).

    Thanks Jenny, Desserts will be coming soon, so stay posted.

    Thanks Margaret, they are really good, so give them a try if you have the chance

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  7. Hmmmmm I love those! Will try this weekend, a vegetarian version.

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  8. Thanks Daphne, Sounds like a plan. Let us know how you go :)

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  9. Oh man! Do I love gyoza. I had some rather nice "Kuro-buta" gyoza down in Kagoshima recently. They were even better than the cheap, frozen gyoza (which I love.)

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  10. Thanks Kyushudan, Gyoza is a favourite and love them with a good beer. Kuro-buta Gyoza are really good :)

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