Potstickers are Chinese dumplings with ground meat, veggie, pan-fried and then steamed. Easy and the BEST potstickers recipe you can make at home.
Potstickers are morsels of ground pork with shredded vegetables, sometimes with shrimp, pan-fried and steamed at the same time to a result that is downright glorious and heavenly. Potstickers, or Chinese dumplings are well-loved by so many people in the world, so in this post, I am sharing my super delicious potstickers recipe with you all.
Potstickers is the direct English translation of the Chinese words 锅贴, pronounced as guo tie. Chinese cooking has pretty much influenced all Asian countries; in Japan, these pan-fried potstickers are called gyoza. In Korea, dumplings are called mandu. Regardless of its name and the many regional adaptations, potstickers are simply mouthwatering. God bless the Chinese for inventing dumplings, really!
For the proper art of wrapping potstickers, I will refer you to this YouTube video by Yum Sugar. You can also pick up a copy of my cookbook “Easy Chinese Recipes” where I have a step-by-step picture guide how to fold and pleat dumplings and Chinese potstickers.
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