I used this recipe to make Gyoza yesterday for a potluck party last night. I'm not sure how to rate the recipe as I just used it for a guide to make my own. I started with 1.2 lbs. of ground pork and added more vegetables to go with that amount of meat. I used green onions instead of white or yellow, 2T of fresh ginger. Wrappers... I had some white round wrappers and a package of yellow square wrappers. I used them both as I didn't want to go to the store. I didn't cook anything prior to filling. I did run all the veggies through the processor and then the meat. Mixed it all together in a BIG bowl and added things like salt, pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, sesame oil, and a couple of fresh garlic cloves well minced. I'm glad I put everything together raw as it was so easy to fill and seal the wrappers. I used a two count of veg. oil in a hot pan along with a splash of the sesame oil and cooked for about a minute plus on both sides (until a nicely browned) and then finished them in a steamer for about 5 minutes. Using a steamer really saves on the mess! I was asked to make them again next week for a Halloween party. I made 2 dipping sauces. Both using 1/4c of shoyu and 2T of rice wine vinegar. In one I added a 2t of Chile oil and 1t of sesame oil. Both tasted good. I made up 40 of these in about 1 1/2 hours. It went fast because of not precooking and using a steamer to finish them off. ENJOY!
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I used this recipe to make Gyoza yesterday for a potluck party last night. I'm not sure how to...