While making gyoza Sunday evening, I played with my spouse’s digital camera to show the process involved. The only change in the previous recipe is the addition of 1/3 pound of ground pork.
I’m using pre-made wrappers to save time. This particular brand is smaller and thinner than I’d prefer. Making wrappers from scratch is easy enough — flour, corn starch, water and my Star Trek: Next Generation coffee mug to cut them the right size — but tedious, requiring another hour of preparation.
Too cool.. the food and the layout. Did you use Excel for that? 🙂
Hey that sounds really good. Is it worth the time, or are the TJs ones just as good? Also where did you get that handy little crimper tool?
> Is it worth the time
I’m very fond of TJ’s dumplings, especially the shrimp variety; however, I think these taste better and are worth doing.
The wrappers I used were a little too thin, though it knocks off a lot of the preparation time. (From start to finish, it took me about an hour and fifteen minutes. I could have sped that up with multiple fry pans going — something I’d do if we had company.)
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