How to make it

  • Chop cabbage and chives, squeeze dry with cloth, add garlic & ginger.
  • Put ground meat and Mixture A into cabbabe, mix well.
  • Drop 1 heaping teaspoon into each gyoza skin and fold each with pleated edge. Use a little water on edges to help keep sealed.
  • Add 3 Tablespoons vegetable oil into very hot pan. Drop gyoza close together into hot oil, cook until brown on bottom. Turn heat to medium & cover with lid 2/3 way, add 1/4 cup chicken broth or water.
  • Cover completely until water is gone, about 8 minutes.
  • Serve down side up. Serve with sauce mixture for dipping,

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    " It was excellent "
    lunasea ate it and said...
    These look and sound great - thanks! :)
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    " It was excellent "
    theiris ate it and said...
    Kudos for recipe and for Mao65's comment. Gyoza I've had been fried and really good. Think this recipe is
    match, will have to try. Thanks, Mare
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  • mao65 10 years ago
    Oh Boy! You really put tadperry in his place! Nice job. My sister-in law is Japanese and I have had these before but have never seen a recipe for them. There is another American on this site(can't remember his name off hand) who lives in Japan and is so condescending and arrogant. Everyone is so incredibly nice on this site that I hate to see when someone(especially who calls himself an expert cook and then never submits a recipe) make such rude comments. Thanks for the recipe. I can't wait to try them. They sound great and I'm sure very authentic! Marcia
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  • tadperry 10 years ago
    These kind of asian "dumplings" come in wide varieties. Note that Americans will call Japanese gyoza "pot stickers" but they are not the same as a true pot sticker that you would get in a Chinese restaurant. The gyoza would need to be fried in a pan and stick to the "pot" to be a pot sticker, but this would change it's name in Japanse. Gyoza are steamed when cooked properly and, when steamed, they obviously cannot rightly be called pot stickers.
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  • jess 10 years ago
    I'm going to have to make this one.
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