Perfect Pot Stickers
Chef John fills his pot stickers with a seasoned ground pork mixture, but these are so versatile, you can fill them with just about anything.
I bought won ton wrappers from the Asian market because I was being a bit lazy and it worked great, I fried my pot stickers and then popped them into a vegetable streamer in another pot instead of pouring water into the pan. They turned out great I’ll make them again
It took a couple of times for me to get it right. The whole boiling thing, it never worked for me. So I read other recipes that said to fry it first and throw in a couple of TBLS of water and that was great. The flavor was really good though and I got rave reviews will make them again just a few changes
Made dough exact to recipe. Dough came out really nice. Only addition I made was one egg to filling mixture after watching a lot of other videos. Filling was very tasty. I used a little less ginger because my boyfriend is sensitive to the ginger flavor. Will definitely make again. It was a fun group activity to fill and pinch dumplings
I think this recipe is a bit bland as is. Ive made it several times and finally found a modification I really like. I left out the cabbage, used 1 cup spring onion, 1/4 raw shrimp, and red pepper flakes. Very tasty!
A truly delicious recipe! Personally, I would add less sesame oil next time but that's my taste preference. Be patient making your wrappers because it is time consuming if you're a novice like me.
Amazing and easy had the kids working it with me. loved them. woohoo good.
Fat little Chinese stuffed dumplings, filled with a savory beef and shrimp filling, are browned in a skillet, then steamed until hot and tender.