Friday, January 15, 2010
What do you do when you have a few wonton wrappers and some random vegetables sitting around that need to be used up? Vegetable gyoza comes to the rescue. Now before you get all up in a tizzy and correct me in my culinariousness I am going to concede that true gyoza are made from a different dough than a wonton skin but these are pinched in the gyoza way thus they are gyoza - so there.
The filling is a little bit of this and that like carrots and ginger and spinach, green onion and a tiny bit of celery all mixed with a little cornstarch to bind and creased into the skins then fried until golden.
I made a little dipping sauce out of siracha chile sauce, soy sauce and rice wine vinegar and served up the quickest and tastiest lunch you could want and as far as I am concerned these are gyoza but if you want to make the real ones here is a gyoza recipe.
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Posted by Christo Gonzales at 1:42 PM