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Potsticker Dumplings

Potsticker Dumplings recipe
photo by:kraft
since finding this recipe i have made this recipes lots of times. This is my daughter favorite meal. A little time consuming to make but worth it and freezes easily so I more
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on 9/25/2011
45 min
1 hr 5 min
About 4 doz. or 24 servings, about two dumplings each
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This was YUMMY!! I had leftover meat (ran out of wonton wrappers and didn't want to buy another package) and so a couple days later I rolled it into balls, coated them with bread crumbs, and fried them in some olive oil. YUM-O!
The filling was so good, however I think next time I make them I think I am going to boil them. It was a lot of steps, but really worth it.
Highly addictive! Make sure that you chop the cabbage into itty bitty pieces. It makes a lot and we ate all of it.
These were excellent. The recipe made a lot of extras too and I saved those and put them in the wonton soup recipe I found on the Kraft recipe. These potstickers were just as good if not better than any I've had at Asian restaurants.
I have yet to try this recipe (as I see from other comments, they are time consuming, something which I have little of at the moment); however, I do see that some people find that they are coming out soggy or oily. This is because the oil was not hot enough when you put them in the pan. If the oil is not hot, they will jusy absorb the oil, instead of the oil making them crisp. Just a little tip to help those hwo try these in the future =0)
I invited my family for "Oriental Night" and these were a success. Everyone loved them. The only think that I found unusual is that when they came out of the pan they looked soggy. They were delicious though.
These potstickers are just as good as our favorite restaurant's appetizer. I even froze some for later (before cooking). My husband prefers a sweeter dipping sauce so I simply added 2 tablespoons of honey and heated the sauce in the microwave for approximately 30-45 seconds. Excellent!!
Yum Yum..Family and Friends loved them
Two thumbs up for this recipe! I used ground turkey instead of pork. It tastes just as great. And I added more soy sauce and Asian dressing. It's more flavorful. I made some vegetable fried rice with this. It's an awesome meal.
I made this recipe for company, and it was SOOOO good!!! The consensus was that they were even better than take-out! I'll definitely be making these again! I didn't have any problems with them sticking together... you just have to be sure to ONLY wet the seam part.
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