GYOZA

 Will Like to share the Gyoza Recipe with the readers. The recipe is from Oct Simply Her Magazine Oct Issue. Here it goes:

Make 30 Pieces:

200g minced pork, marinated with 1 tsp salt for 15 min

1 tbsp sake

1 tbsp soya sauce

A pinch of pepper

1/2 small piece giner, minced

2 cloves garlic, minced

1/2 cup chopped chinese chives

1 cup minced Chinese Cabbage, lighted salted

30 gyoza wrappers

100ml Water

1 tbsp seasame oil

For the Dipping Sauce

2 tbsp light soya sauce

2 tbsp vinegar

1 tsp chilli oil

Mix all the ingredients together

 Freshly prepared ingredients

For the filling, mix the pork, sake, soya sauce and pepper in a bowl. Add the giner, garlic, chinese chives and cabbage and mix well.

 I had bought the taiwan dumpling skin instead of the gyoza wrappers. Not sure if they are the same.

 

Place 1 tbsp of filling on a gyoza wrapper.

 Bought the dumpling moulding from Daiso for $2.00 only.

Directions:

Place the gyoza in a frying pan over medium heat. Add water, cover the pan and cook for 5 mins.

When the pan is dry and the gyoza is light shadow brown, uncover the pan. Add sesame oil and fry gyoza until brown and cripsy.

Serve with the dipping sauce.

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Yummy Gyoza for our lunch! The recipe is easy to follow and the marinated minced meat is very tasty. The magazine for OCT issue had other japanese food recipes too. I shall try them out soon since i had bought Mirin and Sake. Mirin is one of the sauce for Teriyaki sauce.

STAY TUNE FOR MORE. :)

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