Friday, July 1, 2016

How to make golden pan-fried dumpling (Gyoza) - Recipe

Hi guys^^ Today I have an old recipe that I'd like to share with you guys :D Follow me to make your own golden pan-fried dumpling (Gyoza)!!

25-40 dumplings (depending on how much fillings you use for each)

Cabbage .......... 1/4
Spring onion .......... 1
Pork minces .......... 250g
Sesame oil .......... 1 tsp
Cooking oil .......... 1/2 tbsp
Dumpling skin .......... 25 - 40 (can be purchased from Asian grocery - see image below, or made from scratch)

For the mixture:
Grated garlic..........1/2 tablespoon
Salt...........1 and 1/2 teaspoon
Sesame oil..........1 tablespoon
Oyster oil..........1/2 tablespoon

For the crispy skin* (This is the key point if you like it crispy):
Flour..........2 teaspoon
*Recommend to do this step just before you need to use it

1. Chop up the cabbage (optional: you can add in some salt), wash and then squeeze them dry.
2. Chop up the spring onion and mix with the cabbage.
3. Squeeze the pork minces a bit with your hands and then combines with the cabbage, spring onion and the mixture (from ingredients).

4. Now here's the fun part, let's start making some dumplings!!!
(Note: try not to put too much filling in each one ^^")

Did you enjoy that??? Repeat the process and look how many wonderful dumplings you can make!

5. Add about 1/2 tablespoon of cooking oil, and pan fry the dumplings until the bottom are turning gold. (I like to cook in a batch of 8 or 10)

It's gold!!!!

6. Now do the mixture for the crispy skin (from ingredients) and pour it into the pan. Then put the lid on immediately and leave it for about 5 minutes on medium heat.

7. After 5 minutes, open the lid and put a few drops of sesame oil, then wait until all the liquid evaporates.

8. It's done! Ready to serve!! Oh, don't forget your sauces!! I've used Soy sauce, Vinegar and Chilli oil here.

This is a really simple recipe and yet taste really good as an appetizer/entrée dish. When you finish the dish, the bottom should be quite hard and they will make a loud crackling sound when you bite into them...Mmmmm...

Thanks for reading and enjoy the dish!!

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