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Crispy Pan Fried Spinach & Pork Gyoza Dumpling

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These savory pan fried Japanese style yaki-gyoza/ dumpling appetizers are wrapped with pork and spinach served with a vinegary dipping sauce.

It's great fun creating these juicy dainty Asian treats; they are so delicious too. Make more than you intended, because they will won't last.

Preparation Time: 30 minutes
Cooking Time: 5 minutes
Makes: 6 servings

500g pork mince
1 bunch of spinach
1 packet of dumpling pastry
50ml light soy sauce
40ml oyster sauce
10ml cooking wine
1 tsp sugar
1 tsp chicken powder
5ml seasme oil
Salt & pepper
30ml dumpling sauce
50ml cooking oil
50ml water

Place pork mince in a large bowl.
Add in the soy sauce, oyster sauce, salt, sugar, chicken powder and rice wine to the pork mince.
Stir to combine.

Add roughly chopped spinach to the mixture.

It is easier to use your hands to combine the mixture. Mix well.

Lastly, add pepper and sesame oil to season. The filling mixture should sticky and full of elasticity. If not, keep on mixing.

Now the fun part.
Arrange your gyoza/dumpling work station as shown.
Unwrap the pastry from the packet and leave it in room temperature for 5 minutes.
You will need a dumpling press maker tool.

Use your finger and wet the pastry edges with water.
Place the pastry sheet in the dumpling press maker.
Add a small teaspoonful of the meat filling amount in the centre.

Fold the dumpling maker together and press firmly.

Release and remove.
Check to make sure the dumplings are sealed well.

Using this dumpling maker helps to create consistent beautiful half moons goyza with pleated edges.
Or you can just seal the edges with your hands, too.

Arrange Gyoza in an oiled fry pan so they do not overlap each other.
Shallow pan fry on high heat.

Remove from heat.
Serve immediately.

Serve with gyoza dipping sauce.

The young and old will love a plate of these tasty pork mince dumplings.

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