Vegetarian gyoza (dumpling). Crispy pan-fried Vegan Gyoza (Jiaozi) are Japanese Vegetable Dumplings, also called Potstickers. They're made of simple Homemade Dumpling Wrappers and filled with healthy veggies. Gyozas are amazing little parcels of goodness. crispy on the outside and packed full of flavour on the inside.
I find most gyoza is sold with a pork filling. These vegetable dumplings are some of the best we've ever tried. The recipe is made with simple ingredients, and you'll never have to order takeout again. You can cook Vegetarian gyoza (dumpling) using 24 ingredients and 11 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Vegetarian gyoza (dumpling)
- Prepare of Stuffing for gyoza-.
- You need of sweet potato (1/2 butternut squash).
- You need of minced ginger.
- You need of minced garlic.
- You need of large onion, chopped.
- Prepare of shiitake mushrooms, chopped.
- You need of cabbage, finely shredded.
- It’s of carrot, finely shredded.
- You need of chinese chives (or garlic chives), finely chopped.
- You need of white pepper.
- It’s of sesame oil.
- You need of shaoxing wine or dry sherry.
- Prepare of soysauce.
- Prepare of sugar.
- Prepare of Salt.
- It’s of Gyoza wrap-.
- It’s of Gyoza wrapper.
- It’s of (Or check my homemade gyoza wrapper recipe).
- Prepare of water (for wrapping).
- You need of Cooking oil to cook your gyoza.
- You need of Dipping sauce.
- You need of soy sauce.
- You need of white wine vinegar.
- Prepare of thumb size ginger (thin slices).
Vegetarian gyoza dumplings and I operate on a first-name basis. These are one of my go-to comfort foods and they're basically a vessel for all your saucy dreams to come true. My mother's traditional recipe for Gyoza, Japanese dumplings. You can get the gyoza wrappers at Woolworths and Coles!
Vegetarian gyoza (dumpling) step by step
- Roast your butternut squash and sweet potato: Cut butternut squash and sweet potato into quarters lengthways, seeds removed fro squash. Roast them in the oven on 180C/350F/Gas 4 for about an hour but take them out half way to urn them round and check. Once they cooked, leave them to cool down and scoop them out into a mixing bowl, mash them up until all mixed together..
- In a big pan or wok, turn the heat onto medium high heat, add vegetable cooking oil in then add some garlic, carrots and spring onions. Stir fired them until it cooked then add mushrooms, roasted butternut squash and sweet potato in. Add some Chinese chives and cabbage then mix well. Seasoning with salt, pepper, soy sauce shaoxing wine, sugar and sesame oil. Keep stir fried them until the mixture cooked and the liquid all dry out. Leave it to cool down a little but before start to wrap them up..
- Making dipping sauce, add soysauce, vinegar and ginger together. Transfer to dipping sauce bowl.
- Time to wrap : Take a wrapper and place it in the palm of your hand. Add 1 tbsp of stuff into the middle. Dip one finger in a bowl of water and draw a circle around the outer 1/4” of the wrapper with your wet finger until it's wet all around..
- Fold the wrapper in half over the filling and pinch it in the center with your fingers then use your thumb and index finger, start making a pleat on the top part of the wrapper from the center toward the right and left (about 3 pleat each side). As you fold each pleat, press the folded pleat tightly against the back part of wrapper using your other thumb and index finger..
- Here’s how a finished gyoza should look like. Repeat until you run out of the filling or wrappers..
- Cook the gyoza in batches. Heat a non-stick frying pan with 1 tbsp vegetable oil. Place you dumpling or gyoza any clockwise and fry them on one side only – don’t turn them over, you just want one crispy side. They should be golden brown after about 2 mins..
- Add a small cup of water to the pan and cover with a steaming lid or a large sheet of foil with a few holes poked in the top. Cook over a medium heat for 3-5 mins until the water has evaporated and the dumplings or gyoza filling is cooked through. Set aside while you cook the rest. Serve them with dipping sauce.
recipe by Yui Miles @cookpad
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