Delicious homemade gyoza. Flavorful because of aromatics combined with @spicetribe Kissed by Binchotan blend, a Japanese chili blend that really makes these pop. Dipped in sweet plum sauce or honey sweetened soy sauce, it’s a combination you’ll never get tired of! Who can resist a dumpling am I right? Serve it for New Years, or these in between days and have the whole family help to make them.
Step 1 -
combine all filling ingredients and put into the refrigerator until ready to use.
Step 2 -
Place a few dumpling wrappers in a row on your cutting board.
Step 3 -
Add 1 tsp filling to the center of each wrapper.
Step 4 -
Use your fingers to spread a little clean water around the edges of your dumpling
Step 5 -
Carefully fold over the wrapper, picking it up and making pleats to seal the dumplings.
Step 6 -
Repeat until all the filling is used.
Step 7 - TO COOK
Heat skillet to medium with 1 tbsp vegetable oil.
Step 8 -
Place dumplings in, standing up (with pleats upward).
Step 9 -
Cook for 2-3 mnutes until golden on the bottom, then pour 1/4 cup water and place the lid on the skillet.
Step 10 -
Allow the dumplings to steam – you’ll know when they are done when the skin is slightly transluscent and the water has evaporated.
Step 11 -
Serve immediately with plum sauce and chopped scallions, or an equal combination of soy sauce combined with honey and sesame seeds.
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