Dec 28, 2007, 22:00
We love these I have also used ground pork, and ground chicken. I generally cook the mixture and steam the potstickers in a bamboo steamer instead of frying.... One of my daughter's favorite foods.
Most stores sell a plastic gadget that presses the edges together for you and looks fabulous.
I make these all the time! Try serving with Sweet Thai chili sauce, also found in most groceries.
Jun 13, 2006, 22:00
I've had this recipe since 2001, and have used it quite often, especially for office parties. Everyone loves these, and every time there is a function, I'm asked to bring them. They are delicious! My tips for making these - I also use the round wrappers, and as I multiply the recipe, I don't add as much red pepper flakes. The one time I did, they came out really spicy! I serve with hoisin sauce, and also sweet and sour. Yum!
Excellent recipe! My family loves them. I use ground pork instead of turkey. Serve them with potsticker Gyoza dipping sauce by Dynasty.
Feb 21, 2006, 22:00
THE POTSTICKER CIRCLES ARE FOUND IN MOST MAJOR SUPERMARKETS. I MADE THESE FOR MY FAMILY PARTY ON NEW YEARS EVE. I DOUBLED THE RECIPE AND ADDED SOME GREEN ONIONS TO MEAT MIXTURE. EVERYONE LOVED THEM AND WANTED MORE!!! THANKS SOOO MUCH!!!
Jan 12, 2006, 22:00
You can purchase round Asian wrappers at the supermarket that are specifically made for potstickers -- one less step in the process. (3 for neutral -- I didn't try the recipe just read Michelle's comment and remembered using round "dumpling" wrappers for a different dish.)
Sep 8, 2005, 22:00
Crowd pleaser.. I usually quadruple the recipe as everyone seems to love them so much! The recipe is slightly time consuming as you must stuff the wontons, although I save time by not cutting the wontons into circles. Delicious!!