In this recipe you can see step by step photos how to easily make these delicious dumplings (also called gyoza) including dipping sauce!
Cut the chicken thighs into small pieces so that it is almost chopped. Keep the chicken in a bowl and add grated ginger and garlic. Chop the shiitake and spring onions into small pieces and the pointed cabbage into strips. Add this to the chicken and season with sesame oil, soy sauce, mirin, salt and white pepper. Would you like to taste the taste? Then fry a little bit of the filling, so you can adjust the taste.
Now the filling of the gyoza can begin. Take a sheet and place it in the palm of your hand. Add a teaspoon of the mixture in the center of the sheet. Wet the edges with a little water. Now fold the gyoza by placing the bottom on top. Push well. Now you can make a nice edge by folding pleats in the edge. You can also use a device (dumpling maker) for this. Repeat until the filling is used up.
The gyozas are cooked as follows: heat some sunflower oil in a wok. Lightly fry the bottom of the gyozas. Now add a splash of water to the pan and put the lid on it. Now the gyoza’s can steam until done. After about 5 minutes, remove the lid from the pack and fry the bottom of the dumplings until crispy. The dipping sauce is made by mixing the ingredients well.
Tip 1: You can buy Gyoza sheets at Asian toko’s (frozen) and at some AH branches.
Tip 2: Mirin is a Japanese sweet cooking wine made from rice, a real seasoning.
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