There is nothing better than the good old Potsticker ! Now there is some debate on where these delicious morsels origionated so I am not going to go into this as I might start a dumpling war, but wherever they came from I’m glad they did !! These delicious pillows of delight come in an array of flavours and ways to cook them here is one of my favourites. At the bottom of the post you will find a listing put together by The Urban List of places you can go eat these babies if you don’t want to make them yourself enjoy ;0) !
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Yield 6 servings
500g minced pork
1 cup shredded green cabbage
100g shiitake mushrooms, diced
2 cloves garlic, pressed
2 green onions, thinly sliced
1 tablespoon hoisin
1 tablespoon freshly grated ginger
2 teaspoons sesame oil
1 teaspoon Sriracha*, or more, to taste
1/4 teaspoon white pepper
36 2-inch won ton wrappers
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
Soy sauce, for serving
In a large bowl, combine pork, cabbage, mushrooms, garlic, green onions, hoisin, ginger, sesame oil, Sriracha and white pepper.
To assemble the dumplings, place wrappers on a work surface. Spoon 1 tablespoon of the pork mixture into the center of each wrapper. Using your finger, rub the edges of the wrappers with water. Fold the dough over the filling to create a half-moon shape, pinching the edges to seal.
Heat vegetable oil in a large skillet over medium heat. Add potstickers in a single layer and cook until golden and crisp, about 2-3 minutes per side.
Serve immediately with soy sauce, if desired.
*Sriracha is an Asian-style hot chili sauce and can be found in the Asian section of your local grocery store.
To freeze, place uncooked potstickers in a single layer on a baking sheet overnight. Transfer to freezer bags.
Here is a selection of great places to eat Potstickers around Sydney put together from the guys at http://www.theurbanlist.com/sydney/a-list/best-gyoza-in-sydneyZushi | Surry Hills
A popular date night destination on Sydney’s restaurant scene, Zushi is conveniently located in the heart of Surry Hills on Crown Street, and serves up some of the best Japanese in Sydney. Zushi’s gyoza is lightly pan-fried and of the pork variety, which is always a winner with us. Follow this tasty entree with the tuna takaki and ponzu dressing, or the deep-fried soft-shell crab, also with spicy ponzu dressing, because, THE TASTE.
Wa Japanese Restaurant | Bondi Junction
This local, family-run Japanese restaurant serves up delicious chicken, prawn, and vegetable gyoza that will have you coming back again and again (and again). Renowned for its fresh and tasty Japanese fare, the gyoza at Wa Japanese Restaurant should be consumed pre the karaage chicken and famous miso eggplant dishes (so that you can fit more in).
Paper Planes | Bondi
Nestled along Campbell Parade in Bondi’s dining and shopping precinct, sits the delightful Paper Planes Japanese restaurant. The gyoza are homemade and delightfully pan-fried and you can choose from: pork and cabbage with chili ponzu sauce; duck and bamboo shoot with ginger soy vinegar; and lastly, prawn gyoza with creamy lemon wasabi foam and crushed wasabi peas. Ardent foodies, trust us, this is a must-try if you’re on the hunt for the best gyoza in Sydney.
Kyushu | Neutral Bay
Neutral Bay on Sydney’s Lower North Shore has become somewhat of a Japanese cuisine hub, with Kyushu the leader of the pack. When it comes to gyoza, Kyushu’s come in pork or vegetable form, deeply fried and piping hot. Accompanied with a slight sour sauce, Kyushu’s gyoza make a great entrée before tucking into other Japanese delights such as teriyaki chicken or wafum steak. Definitely up there with the best Japanese restaurants in Sydney, Kyushu will not disappoint.
Harajuku Gyoza | Kings Cross
It’s a gyoza restaurant, so it’s lucky that gyoza is what Harajuka Gyoza do best! Choose from fried or poached—Harajuku Gyoza cares about your tastebuds AND your waistline, Sydney—then choose from grilled or poached pork, chicken, or duck, or go crazy and order the grilled whole prawn. Vegie options are also available for the omnivores. If you’re looking for the best gyoza in Sydney, folks, Harajuku needs to be on your list.
Yachiyo Japanese | Darlinghurst
One of the best Japanese restaurants in Sydney, you cannot go wrong when ordering at Yachiyo—there will be no food envy here, absolutely everything is delicious and they are definitely contenders for the title of the best gyoza in Sydney. The Bou Gyoza offers the perfect start to your Japanese food safari; plump pork dumplings Yachiyo-style and they are damn tasty. Other menu highlights include: the vegetable and seafood tempura; carpaccio of thinly sliced sashimi, and a pork-spare rib and belly braised in soy sauce stock for two days that will have you levitating
– See more at: http://www.theurbanlist.com/sydney/a-list/best-gyoza-in-sydney#sthash.StaAZVXd.dpuf