Saturday, April 28, 2012

Gyoza/Potsticker/Wor Tip/Jiaozi

Gyoza with Ginger vinaigrette.

Roll the dough into 1/10 inches x 3 inches round or bigger size if you prefer. Wrap the gyoza skin with the prepared pork filling, dap some water around the edges to sealed the dumpling.

A little bit of oil to pan fried the dumpling (for serving with soup no need to fry the dumpling)

After pan fired pour in some water, here I add in 1 cup of water and cover the pan to simmer until all the water dry up and cooked. Serve with ginger vinaigrette. Some people prefer to eat it with soup then you have to cook the dumplings in hot boiling water and serve with soup of your liking.

Last night dinner serving Gyoza with ginger vinaigrette dipping and fried noodle.

2 cup flour + a pinch of salt
1 cup boiling hot water.

1. I using my Kenwood cake mixer with dough hook. Add the flour and salt into bowl and with the machine on slowly pour in the boiling water. The mixture will look crumbly at first but continue to knead to combine to become a pliable dough, leave a side to cool, then only cover with cloth/cling wrap from drying. Let the dough rest at least for 1 hour before using.

PORK Filling

500 gm mince pork
2 tbsp spoon of soya sauce ( I use Japanese sashimi soya sauce)
1 tbps Ginger wine (sake, shaoshing wine)
2 tsp Miso paste
1 tbsp cornflour
1/2 tsp white pepper
1 tsp sugar
1/4 cup water
1 stalk spring onion - finely cut
salt to season

Mix the above ingredients together and set aside.

CABBAGE - finely shredded.

Heat 1 tbsp oil in a pan and stir fry the cabbage with salt for a while (half cook) and let it cool before adding to the pork mixture. Ready to use.


Fresh young ginger -  julienne finely
Black vinegar
Soya sauce
Note: you can you preserve ginger instead of fresh ginger.

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