Dumplings are cute little dimsum that are easy to make and budget friendly. Filling ingredients are flexible as you can play with any ingredients you have on hand. This is what I did with the recipe and it came out really really good that's why I am sharing you my recipe.
To be honest, I really don't know what's the difference between Dumplings, Gyoza or Potstickers. I think they are all the same. It's more from where the name came from because you will hear people say Chinese Dumplings, Japanese Gyoza and in America I hear Potstickers. If you know, please enlighten me on this one.
Wrapping is a little tricky and it takes practice but once you get the hang of it, it's actually easy. The photo above was wrapped manually of course by yours truly. So, how to wrap it...
Wrap the meat mixture in gyoza wrapper by placing about 1 tbsp of mixture into the center of each wrapper. Using your finger, rub the edges of the wrappers with water then fold the dough over the middle and pinch while folding sides with other thumb and index finger.
Using a dumpling press
Please watch my short video on facebook how I prepared this delicious dumplings and how I wrapped it by hand and used this dumpling presser. Click here.
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