Gyoza Recipe Pinoy Style (Japanese Pan-fried Dumplings). Super crazy delicious when crispy fried. You may use chili garlic sauce and still turns out mouth watering. Alternatively you may also steam the other batch. Happy cooking and enjoy!
– Instead of Ponzu dipping sauce, you may use Pinoy chili garlic sauce.
– You may use any grater or in Japan they call it “Microplane” (japanese grater), to grate the ginger and garlic.
– Buy a good gyoza wrapper. Gyoza wrapper is normally thicker versus the other dumpling wrappers. So its easy yo fry.
– If gyoza wrapper is not available in your area, you can use pot sticker wrapper, or Chinese jiaozi wrapper.
Gyoza Recipe (Pinoy Style)
Store-bought gyoza wrapper
Oil, for pan-frying
8 oz ground pork/shrimp
2 oz cabbage, shredded and cut into small pieces
1 thumb-sized ginger, peeled and grated
1 clove garlic, peeled and grated
1/2 tablespoon cornstarch
1 1/2 tablespoons Mizkan (Bonito Flavored) Soup Base or 1 tablespoon soy sauce
1/2 tablespoon sake (cooking wine/rice wine)
3 dashes white pepper
1/2 teaspoon sesame oil
1 tablespoon chopped scallion, green part only (optional)
Pinch of salt
Ponzu Dipping Sauce: (optional)
4 tablespoons Mizkan AJIPON® Ponzu or regular Japanese Ponzu
1/2 teaspoon sesame oil
In a bowl, combine all the ingredients in the Filling and blend well. The Filling should be sticky and cohesive.
In a dipping bowl, combine the Ponzu with the sesame oil. Stir to blend well.
To assemble the gyoza, place a piece of the gyoza wrapper on your palm or a flat surface. Scoop about 1 teaspoon of the Filling onto the center of the wrapper. Dip your index finger into some water and moisten the outer edges of the dumpling wrapper. Fold the gyoza over, press and seal the left end. Pinch to secure tightly. A nicely wrapped gyoza should have a crescent shape.
In a pan, heat up oil over medium heat. Cook gyoza and cover with the lid. Pan-fry the gyoza until color turns golden brown and texture becomes crispy.
Stir-fry pan and cover the lid immediately. Continue to cook the gyoza for a couple of minutes to crisp up the bottoms.
Remove the gyoza from the skillet or pan and serve it with the Ponzu dipping sauce.
Serve and enjoy!
You may also try our:
Did you try cooking this recipe? Send us your food photo. If we love it, we will feature it with your name on our website. Send it to us via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or message us on our Facebook Page.
You may also post it in your own timeline publicly: Instagram, Facebook and Twitter and hashtag us #MamasGuideRecipes. Thanks a lot for supporting our website and help other friends discover great recipes.