Pot Stickers (锅贴)
April 14th, 2008 11 Comments

Pot Stickers (锅贴)

Pot Stickers (锅贴)

While in Beijing, do load up on pot stickers or guotie (锅贴), which one can get pretty much anywhere in the city.

Here are the pot stickers at Made in China (长安壹号), a much celebrated Chinese restaurant in Beijing, located at the Grand Hyatt.

I love the shape, which is definitely a lot more easier to make than the traditional pleated version, but still pretty.

Looking for a pot stickers recipe, I’ve got you covered. Please check out my pot sticker or guotie (锅贴) recipe.

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  1. Dave, 'LunaPierCook' says:

    You know, these potstickers would go great with the beautiful crawfish from your previous post. Looks as though you’re having a great time there!

  2. Lydia (The Perfect Pantry) says:

    Cool — I’ve never seen potstickers that shape!

  3. ariah says:

    those are beautiful — i love the different shape of them too. and the charred bits. very appetizing, those look awesome..mmmmmmmm

  4. ashan says:

    that is ingenious. if only I had done so myself instead of slavishly following tradition and cutting the corners off the square skins I bought so that they’d be (somewhat) rounded.

  5. Marc @ norecipes says:

    Yumm, I love pot stickers. I just posted a recipe for my version of these. Have a look:-)

  6. Cynthia says:

    I can never get enough pot stickers :)

  7. babe_kl says:

    first time seeing such shaped ones haha

  8. mimi says:

    I like 锅贴, or the soup version

  9. mama bok says:

    I do missed them.. how do one do the sauce..??

  10. Love_at_first_bite says:

    Hey Bee! It’s been a while but I’m finally catching up on all my blog reading and hopefully posting as well. The pot stickers look great but like mama bok above me, I’m wondering what kind of dipping sauce they use in Beijing and what your favorite is. I usually like a mix of lite soy, Chinkaing vinegar, sugar, chili oil, sesame oil and green onions. Mmm, wish i had some pot stickers right now. Enjoy Beijing!

  11. Ellie @ Kitchen Wench says:

    Wow! I love that idea for potstickers – not only would they be less time-consuming to make, but it looks like you could fit more filling in the middle too ;)

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