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Potsticker Dumplings

Potsticker Dumplings recipe
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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 ca...read more
posted by
angela111
on 9/25/2011
time
prep:
45 min
total:
1 hr 5 min
servings
total:
About 4 doz. or 24 servings, about two dumplings each
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posted:
6/6/2007
The kids loved helping to assemble this receipe. It was fun to make and even better to eat. All four of my kids loved it...Great ...
posted:
5/4/2007
This is a family favorite! We all get invloved with the preparation so it goes smoothly. My kids are always asking to make this.
posted:
4/25/2007
My family loves this recipe. I make it all the time. I have put these in the freezer plenty of times because it is a very time consuming recipe and I make a double batch and I have never had a problem. 110 percent recommend! The sauce is the best and so easy to make.
posted:
3/13/2007
Whatever you do, don't freeze them! They stuck together and it was a mess. They were very tasty though, I cooked them in just the oil b/c I like them a little crispy.
posted:
2/22/2007
I thought these are much better than the Friday's version. Definitely will serve them at my next get together!
posted:
2/11/2007
loved the idea of using the dressing as a flavoring, who knew! made these with the addition of one clove of garlic and because i always have a chunk of ginger in the freezer, i added about two teaspoons of grated ginger. and to let you all know, yes these can be frozen. just make sure you freeze them in a single layer on a cookie sheet and when frozen put in a freezer container or bag and remove as manyy as you need and cook accordingly.
posted:
2/6/2007
I gotta start by saying that napa cabbage is bok choy, I had to look that up. I don't know about other areas but that's the name I'm familiar with. This really tastes authentic, it's inspired me to experiment with dumplings and wontons, I want to try putting them in soups. I don't know if anyone else experienced this, but they taste better after they've had a little time to rest, the veggies take in the salt and don't taste bitter. I served them with a store bought sweet & sour sauce and they were a hit for our Superbowl party. My only gripe is that they were a little oily.
posted:
2/5/2007
These turned out really good and had good flavor. As others have said, these are a lot of effort but worth it!
posted:
2/5/2007
Very good made for Super Bowl. Would be a good thing to make with the help of others. A lot of stuffing for 1 tsp on each won ton wrapper. I have left over stuffing that I'm going to cook and serve on lettuce leaves.
posted:
2/4/2007
I love this recipe, it is very easy to make and tastes delicious! I recommend it to everyone.
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