Gyoza (Pot sticker)煎餃/鍋貼. Perfect Potstickers – Easy Pork Pot Stickers Recipe. Hello, and welcome to my Cooking Channel! I believe that everyone can cook, and I'm going to teach you how, with my easy to follow along with videos!
This is the first time I've ever made pot stickers and I thought they turned out amazing! I used soy crumbles instead of pork (vegetarian) and they tasted great. ALL SIZES * All volumes of 鍋貼, 煎餃 Guotie, Gyoza, Pot-sticker, Pan-fried Jiao(zi). You can cook Gyoza (Pot sticker)煎餃/鍋貼 using 4 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Gyoza (Pot sticker)煎餃/鍋貼
- You need 10-12 of gyoza (fresh or frozen).
- It’s 150 ml of water.
- Prepare 15 ml of oil.
- It’s 15 g of flour.
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Gyoza (Pot sticker)煎餃/鍋貼 instructions
- Add 2 table spoon of oil and apply them evenly in the pan. Put the dumplings into the pan before turning on the stove using medium high heat. Do not defrost if you use the frozen ones.
- Mix 150ml of water, 15g flour and 15 ml of oil evenly. Pour the batter into the pan when the pan start sizzling..
- Put the cover. Turn the heat down to medium low when the water start boiling..
- Remove the cover when you start seeing crust in snowflake shape. It’s ready when the crust is golden-brown and there’s no extra water. Use shovel to remove the crust around the pan. Put a plate on the pan and turn it 180 degrees.
- Voilà ❤️.
Gyoza is requested every couple of months or so – it's a huge favorite in our family. Even though I'm perfectly capable of making it myself, as are my brother and sister, I don't think any of us make it without mum present! It's like some kind of unspoken tradition that mum makes the filling then one of. Gyoza, or potstickers, are a huge hit in my household. We enjoy this recipe so much that sometimes our entire meal consists only of potstickers and rice.