How to make it

  • In large bowl combine scallions, cabbage, ginger and pork.
  • Mix well with fork and season with salt / soy sauce, sesame oil and cooking wine.
  • Add egg white to bind mixture together.
  • Place a spoonful of meat mixture on top of a gyoza wrapper.
  • Wet edge of wrapper with fingertips (one side only), make pleats on one side, fold over and seal closed.
  • Continue with remaining meat.
  • Put the dry side down and wet side facing up.
  • In large pan heat oil.
  • Brown dumplings in oil on both side.
  • When bottoms are brown and crispy, flip to the other side and repeat.
  • Serve with dipping sauce (soy sauce + vinegar)
  • TIP: Watch the fire while you fry the dumplings, be sure not to burn it. Also, you can brown one side of the dumpling and add water with about half of the gyozas' height, cover with pan and steam over medium heat for 8-10 minutes if you like them crunchy one side and soggy on the other.
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  • kai_urriza 13 years ago
    This is my favorite!!! I'm so glad I have found a recipe!
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  • chriesi 14 years ago
    Ah that is great. I love that. Thanks for posting this recepie.
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  • ponikuta 14 years ago
    Exactly, I have an entire gyoza pizza as a main.
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  • krumkake 14 years ago
    That is a thing of beauty - one of my absolute favorite Asian appetizers (though I can eat them as a main course easily)...thanks for sharing your recipe!
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  • rodeogirl73 14 years ago
    OOhhh one of my fave!!
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