A small twist on a traditional Japanese dish.
Gyoza rank among my favorite Japanese dishes so one day when I saw that the ground chicken was on sale (and positioned perfectly next to the gyoza wrappers) I decided it was time to give making them a try.
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You Will Need
Place your gyoza wrappers on your work surface. Put about a spoonful of your meat mixture on the skins. Dip your finger in the water and wet the edges of the wrapper. Now you'll need to pinch the two sides together. This video has a great guide on how to achieve the pleats: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9uzGezdkuso
Fry the gyoza on low heat in about 2 T of olive oil. Cook for 6-8 minutes, turning every minute or so to prevent them form burning. I use cooking chopsticks to do this. Transfer the finished gyoza to a bowl with a paper towel in it to drain.