How to make Gyoza at home

gyoza

One of the greatest versions of dough-stuffed-with-something is the Japanese Gyoza. A delicate seasoning that includes Sake, sugar, Oyster sauce and many other ingredients and a unique cooking method that fries the bottom while keeping the top slightly sticky make this appetizer highly addictive. Gyozas are not that hard to make but they require some preparation, especially if you are making the dough yourself. They also require purchasing some special ingredients you may not have a use for once you’re done. But if you are a real foodie it never hurts to have some special ingredients lying around for when you are feeling creative.

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21 September 2019

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