Potstickers are Chinese dumplings with a filling consists of ground pork, shredded vegetables, sometimes with shrimp. Potstickers are pan-fried and steamed at the same time so they are moist and crispy. Potstickers are well-loved by many people because they are so delicious. In this Potsticker recipe, you will learn the tips and techniques of homemade potstickers.
What Are Potstickers?
Potstickers is the direct English translation of the Chinese words 锅贴, pronounced as guo tie. Chinese cooking has influenced all Asian countries; in Japan, these pan-fried potstickers are called gyoza. In Korea, dumplings are called mandu. Regardless of its name and regional adaptations, potstickers are simply mouthwatering.
How To Make Potstickers
Making Chinese potstickers are very easy, with my recipe. First, you will need potsticker wrapper that you can buy from Asian stores. Then you will need the filling. A skillet or pan will be great for pan-frying and steaming. To wrap potstickers, check out Yum Sugar video. 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.
What to eat with Potstickers? You can eat them as is, or with a simple dipping sauce of black vinegar and ginger. They are just absolutely delightful. Enjoy!
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