Vegetables and Pork Potstickers
So another post er day , another potstickers ...
This filling was intended as a stuffing for the steamed buns that I've been planning to make ....
But as I have more than enough of it , why not make some potsticker ?!
So I bought some wrapper and made these but haven't made the dough for my buns ! lol
Hopefully , half of the filling will still be edible until I can make ( up my mind ) some dough -___-''
500 grams napa cabbage , coarsely chopped
150 grams yellow chives , slice into 1/4-inch long or as prefer
75 grams green onion , sliced
300 grams ground pork
1 1/2 tablespoon sesame oil
1 tbsp chicken powder
1 tbsp brown sugar
some coarse salt
a generous dash of ground white pepper
some potsticker wrapper
***For the dipping sauce , combine some rice vinegar , dark soy sauce , brown sugar and salt ; add some chilli sauce if prefer
* Mix all ingredients above ( except the wrapper ^-^ ) , adjust taste ; chill in the fridge for a while or just use it right away .
* Put filling onto the wrapper , moistened the lower half of the wrapper with some water ; fold it in half and using your thumb and index finger , make several pleats and seal the edge , repeat with the rest .
* Heat a nonstick pan , put several potsticker , and fry until golden brown or you may prefer just to fry the bottom ; add some water , cover ; turning in between until water evaporates . Transfer to a plate and serve with dipping sauce .
One filling used for two different food... I like this idea. Nice to enjoy two different food with this convenient idea :DReplyDelete
Another of my favourite snacks! I always order this from the restaurant, but it is indeed so easy to make them at home. Thanks for the recipe, will give it a try. Mich@Piece of CakeReplyDelete
ooo potstickers are so good! my husband would go nuts for these (i would too!).ReplyDelete
yummy!! can I have mine deep fried please? LDReplyDelete
Hi Anne, your pot stickers look so delicious. The filling is so yummy delicious. Keep few pieces for me. LOLReplyDelete
Have a nice weekend.
Been a long time since I had wantans or potstickers at home... yours look good!ReplyDelete
Wow! I have not eaten potstickers in ages!! Looks so delicious! Now, you are making me crave for some!ReplyDelete
These really sound delicious. My oldest grandson adores dumplings of all types. He's certain to like these. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...MaryReplyDelete
These look wonderful - full of flavor and fun! I think they could be a fav in my house!ReplyDelete
These potstickers look mouthwatering! I haven't had them in a long time!!!ReplyDelete
It looks wonderful, haven't tried coz I am not pork eater. Can I try with some other meat? Are these pot sticker wrapper made of rice flour?ReplyDelete
Balvinder , I really don't know :P :D But there are some easy gluten-free wrapper online that I found while googling yesterday :DDelete
hi anne, your potstickers look fantastic! i would like having some now! LOL! it should be alright to keep the filling in the fridge for the time being..3-4 days should be fine.ReplyDelete
YUMMY! Looks so good & mouthwatering! I've not eaten pot stickers for more than ages! hahaha But didn't know that is that easy to make! Thanks for sharing this awesome recipe! WILL try soon when my hand gets better! Have a nice weekend! :)ReplyDelete
love this recipe...sooooper yummmReplyDelete
Hi Anne, drop by to wish you HAPPY FRIENDSHIP DAY.ReplyDelete
HAVE A NICE WEEKEND, REGARDS AND HUGS TO YOU.
looks very very deliciousReplyDelete
you remind me i have too long did not make potstickers, one of my favourite dim sum.ReplyDelete
Oh yum yum yum! I love these! And I love how you present them! Beautiful!!!! Thanks for sharing this recipe, didn't know that they are so easy to make! Will definitely make some soon!ReplyDelete
Hi Anne! Been following ur blog for quite some time :) Im based here in hk :) I just want to ask where did you buy the wrapper? or u made it by yourself? thanks!ReplyDelete
Btw, are you filipina? :) Im a filipina too :)