Pot Sticker Recipe Tips
What is the difference between pot stickers and dumplings?
A dumpling is a thin dough filled with meat and/or vegetables. Pot stickers are a type of dumpling that are pan-fried to give them a crisp, golden outside. Pot stickers are traditionally a Chinese dish, and Japanese gyoza are similar.
What is the best way to cook pot stickers?
As this recipe calls for, pot stickers are traditionally cooked in a small amount of oil over medium heat until the bottoms begin to brown. Then you add a small amount of water and cook them, covered, for several minutes until they are cooked through. Finally, remove the lid and cook for another 1 to 2 minutes until all the water is absorbed.
What do you eat with pot stickers?
Dip pot stickers in a mix of soy sauce and rice vinegar (and feel free to add some garlic, ginger or green onion), or try them with our Sweet-Hot Asian Dipping sauce
. You can eat pot stickers as a snack or appetizer, or pair them with rice and vegetables to make a meal.Research contributed by Catherine Ward, Taste of Home Prep Kitchen Manager
<B>Editor's Note:</B> Wonton wrappers may be substituted for pot sticker and gyoza wrappers. Stack two or three wonton wrappers on a work surface; cut into circles with a 3-1/2-in. biscuit or round cookie cutter. Fill and cook as directed.
1 pot sticker: 50 calories, 2g fat (1g saturated fat), 14mg cholesterol, 164mg sodium, 3g carbohydrate (0 sugars, 0 fiber), 3g protein.