Monday, August 30, 2010

MissFattyFoodie Gyoza Dumplings

Gyozas (half soft half crispy japanese dumplings) are so easy to make, and cheap to make too.
So many types of food that I can make myself, i cant justify paying for them outside anymore (except for special occasions or on paydays. haha)

Here are step-by-step instructions in making a simple basic gyoza missfattyfoodie style!

Mix 500g of mince meat (preferably pork or chicken) with chopped carrots, onions and spring onions. Add one tbspn of sesame oil, some white pepper, 2 tbspm soy sauce, 1 tspn of rice wine (optional). Marinate for at least 30 minutes. 500g of meat makes about 50 dumplings, you can store the remainders in the freezer for up to 2 weeks.

Get dumpling skins/gyoza skins from your local asian store for about $2 a pack.

Place a small amount of meat in the middle and fold it into the dumpling skin. Make sure the edge of the skin is sealed together with a bit of water. Place the dumplings on a surface with plain flour to prevent them from sticking to the bottom.

I dont have the skills to make the dumplings myself so i used the dumpling maker for help! These can be purchased from asian stores too, i bought it for $2 in Singapore.

Makes your life so much easierrrrrrrrrrrrr
wet the edge and press the dumpling together

tadaaa! recommended for beginners like me!

After you have finished folding, boil the dumplings first for about 5 minutes till the skin is translucent. Make sure not to stir it too much as they break easily.

After draining the remaining water, pan fry each side of the dumpling till the side is crispy and brown


Serve it with soysauce or along some noodle soup!

Thank you to all my readers out there, it is a real honour to know that people like my blog and even leave comments on my blog, i loved reading every comment there. I also appreciate the food recommendations that you kindly gave me! Hope you enjoyed this blog too :)

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