Super Crispy Gyoza

One of the most sought over snacks from Japan, Gyoza is perfect for any occasion. Let’s make super crispy, delicious, juicy inside, and super addicting Gyoza with me today!

Filling:

  • 1 lbs ground pork (450 grams)
  • 1 tablespoon of soy sauce
  • 1 teaspoon of Mirin (Japanese sweet Sake wine)
  • 1 teaspoon of fish sauce
  • 1 teaspoon of roasted sesame seed oil
  • Salt and pepper following preference
  • 1 onion
  • 2 spring onions (chop)
  • 20 green chives (chop)
  • 1 teaspoon of minced garlic
  • 1 teaspoon of minced ginger
  • 3 eggs
  • 3 tablespoons of potato starch/ tapioca

Addition:

  • 1 egg white
  • vegetable oil
  • 400 ml water + 2 tbs of potato/ tapioca starch

Dipping sauce:

  • 1/4 cups of soy sauce
  • 1/4 teaspoons of fried garlic
  • 1 teaspoon of green onion (chop)
  • 1/8 teaspoons of roasted sesame seeds

STEPS:

  • Mix well ingredients for Filling. Set aside.
  • Prepare gyoza wrappers.
  • Take 1 piece of wrapper and put 1 heaping teaspoon of filling on the center.
  • Brush the edges with egg white and fold one side of it to the left making 5-6 folds. Folding 1/2 inches each. Repeat.
  • Heat non stick pan on medium, pour in 1 tablespoon of vegetable oil.
  • Place 13-14 pieces of gyozas in the pan and pour them with water and starch mix. Pour up to 1/2 inches tall.
  • Close the lid and cook the gyoza until water gone and gyozas are crispy on the base. Around 5-7 minutes.
  • Cover the pan with a big plate and carefully flip the pan. Now, you have crispy and well cooked gyozas on the plate.
  • Serve them hot with dipping sauce.

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RESEP GYOZA SUPER KRISPI:

Bahan isian:

  • 450 gram daging babi giling
  • 1 sendok makan kecap asin
  • 1 sendok teh Mirin (arak Sake manis Jepang)
  • 1 sendok teh kecap ikan
  • 1 sendok teh minyak wijen
  • Garam dan merica sesuai selera
  • 1 bawang bombay
  • 2 daun bawang hijau (cincang)
  • 20 helai kucai hijau (cincang)
  • 1 sendok teh bawang putih yang telah dihaluskan
  • 1 sendok teh jahe yang telah dihaluskan
  • 3 telur
  • 3 sendok makan tepung kentang/ tapioka

Tambahan:

  • 1 putih telur
  • minyak goreng/ sayur
  • 400 ml air + 2 sendok makan tepung kentang/ tapioka

Sus celup:

  • 4 sendok makan kecap asin
  • 1/4 sendok teh bawang putih goreng
  • 1 sendok teh daun bawang hijau cincang
  • 1/8 sendok teh biji wijen

LANGKAH:

  • Aduk rata semua bahan untuk isian gyoza. Sisihkan.
  • Siapkan kulit gyoza.
  • Ambil selembar kulit dan beri 1 sendok teh munjung isian gyoza.
  • Olesi bagian pinggir kulit dengan putih telur.
  • Tutup gyoza dengan menemukan lingkaran sambil melipat kulit ke arah kiri. Lipatan berjarak 1 cm. Masing-masing 5-6 lipatan per kulit. Ulangi hingga kulit dan adonan isian habis.
  • Panaskan wajan dengan api medium, tuangi dengan 1 sendok makan minyak.
  • Masukkan 13-14 gyoza dalam wajan dan siram dengan campuran air dan tapioka tepung kentang. Tuang hingga setinggi 1 cm.
  • Tutup wajan dan masak gyoza hingga air habis dan bagian dasar gyoza kering dan krispi. Kurang lebih selama 5-7 menit.
  • Tutup wajan dengan sebuah piring besar. Balik wajan dan sekarang gyoza telah berpindah ke piring.
  • Sajikan gyoza panas-panas dengan saus celupnya.

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