PLAN on at least ONE HOUR for prep time! THese were wonderful, but they took FAR longer to prep than I expected. I'm glad I have 40+ in the freezer for another time...my husband REALLY liked them. He was my biggest skeptic...plus he was the one watching the kids while I putzed around in the kitchen for 2 hours! Crazy, but good, and worth the effort. :)
Update: The second time around these turned out SO well, I thought I would post what I did as a reminder to mySELF what worked for me. :) I pulsed the cabbage to a pulp in my food processor, squeezed out the excess liquid, then added the remaining ingredients. I also replaced the egg with 2 Tablespoons cornstarch for a better texture, imo. AND, i cut back on the sesame oil to about a tsp. due to my husbands' distaste for it. Fried them in a stainless steel pan in a little bit of palm oil shortening (they did NOT stick) to a deep golden brown, then added about 1/2-3/4 cup chicken stock, covered and let steam until most of the liquid evaporated. I took off the cover to let the remaining liquid evaporate. These were INCREDIBLE. So, so good. I must try them with ground chicken.
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PLAN on at least ONE HOUR for prep time! THese were wonderful, but they took FAR longer to...