HOW TO MAKE GYOZA | Japanese Dumplings Recipe | Japanese Recipes

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Gyoza with classic pork and cabbage are juicy and moist in the centre with a crisp and chewy wrapper. These Japanese Fried Dumplings are related to the Chinese dumplings but slightly more subtle in flavour and not as hard to make as you might think! The key is in quality ingredients – and the wrapping! But you’ll be forgiven if you can’t quite master the pleating technique!
This gyoza recipe was prepared with my very good Japanese friends Mika and Yumi who explained that the Japanese Gyoza are best enjoyed with some cooked rice and traditional soup.


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1 x packet of dumpling wrappers (40-50 wrappers)
500g ground pork shoulder/mince
½ medium head of Napa cabbage
1 glass water
1-2 bunches fresh garlic chives
1 garlic clove
1 small piece of ginger
2 tablespoons of soy sauce
2 tablespoons sesame oil
2 tablespoons mirin (cooking sake)
Small dish with water

1/3 glass white vinegar
Drizzle of soy sauce
3-4 drops of La Yu (Chilli Oil)

1. To make the Japanese Gyoza, start by finely chopping the cabbage using a large, sharp knife.
2. Add the cabbage to a bowl and sprinkle salt on top. Mix this through well and leave to the side for a few minutes.
3. Finely chop the garlic chives and leave these to the side as well.
4. Get an empty bowl and the bowl with your cabbage. Pick up portions of the cabbage using your hands and squeeze out the excess water, then transfer this into the empty bowl. Repeat until all of the cabbage is strained.
5. In a large mixing bowl, add the pork mince, cabbage and garlic chives.
6. Season the ingredients of your Japanese Gyoza by grating a garlic clove inside as well as a small pice of ginger.


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Vincenzos Plate says:

GYOZA are related to the Chinese Dumplings but served with a Japanese touch. Do you prefer the Japanese or Chinese Dumplings?

Abi Shah says:

made these with chicken thigh mince and they were delicious.

Creative Kitchen says:

Nice channel!Good fun and recipe!

JennysCountryChannel says:

Yummy, Vincenzo! Thumbs up! All the best…..🐨 🐨 🐨 🐨 Jenny 🐨 🐨 🐨 🐨

Rebecca Ho says:

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Laurice's Kitchen says:

What a great video with the three of you! Happy Valentine's Day to you all!! 💕

Lisa T Lets Cook says:

I have to make those. I love fried dumplings!

Country Hill Cottage says:

That was so interesting to watch! You three make a great team!

Byron Chandler says:

Ciao, Vincenzo. That Gyoza looks amazing. Mika and Yumi are really cute and sweet. I love the Japanese music in the background. I love Japan, especially anime, Japanese dubbed Hollywood movies and TV, Maruchan Shrimp Instant Lunch ramen, sushi, video games, and origami. What did you enjoy about working with your mom? Have a good day, Vincenzo.

Le Ricette Di Mami camartamc says:

Buonissimo 😍😍😍😍😍❤️ che simpatici siete ❤

Just One Cookbook says:

Awesome!!!! So happy to see Japanese food made by beautiful Japanese ladies! ☺️You did a good job folding pleats, Vincenzo! 😘

Gianbros Eleven says:

im a sucker for gyoza, so this is def something I WANNA TRY.

AllasYummyFood says:

This looks so yummy!!!

marie Savino says:

Welcome Mika & Yumi. Delicious Gyoza! Thank you :)

Dee Ocky says:

yum yum yum, full stop !

My Travel Vanz says:

Look so delish. always well done mate, i'm hungry now!. thank you so much for sharing!..

Notorious J says:

I love gyoza! Great job with this! Itadakimasu!

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