I've been buying pre-made gyoza at Sprouts and loved them...decided to try them on own and was pleasantly surprised! I made a few modifications just due to personal taste/health. Cabbage and sesame oil were omitted. Used sliced green onions. Sauteed garlic in EVOO, added green onions, added pork then added egg and seasoned with cayenne and black pepper and a dash of garlic salt. I chopped some fresh ginger root and added it to the meat mixture after it was cooked, prior to stuffing wrappers. I used square wonton wrappers and put a teaspoon of filling inside, wet one-half of the edge of the wrapper with water, fold in half. It should look like a triangle. Then, work the egdes together to ensure a good bond. I added about 1 cup of water to same pan that I cooked the meat mixture in, covered it and let in boil...added the gyoza, covered and turned twice to ensure both sides were golden. As another review mentioned, it is important to add the water in order to steam them. Making gyoza is very time consuming but wasn't as messy as homemade raviolis! Yummy!!
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I've been buying pre-made gyoza at Sprouts and loved them...decided to try them on own and was...