Chicken & Veggie Potstickers

Chicken & Veggie Potstickers

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I love Asian food, and I love cooking which is why years ago when I found Gyoza/Potstickers wrappers in my local supermarket I decided I had to try and re create my favorite Asian appetizer…Chicken & Veggie Potstickers! Here’s the recipe I use, I hope that You will enjoy them as much as I do.


Ingredients:

1 1/2 lbs ground chicken

1/2 c shredded green cabbage

2 cloves of minced garlic

1/3 c chopped green onion (4 medium)

1/8 tsp chopped ginger root

Sesame oil

1/4 tsp white pepper

1 small red bell pepper, finely chopped (1/2 cup)

1 egg white

1 pkg of Gyoza/Potstickers wrappers (round wonton skins can also be used)

Sodium free chicken broth 

Soy sauce

Directions:

(Salt the cabbage for 15 minutes before preparing the rest of the recipe, this will help draw out the excess moisture from the cabbage)

1. Mix 1 tsp of sesame oil, 1 tsp of soy sauce, and remaining ingredients, except wrappers, and broth

2. Brush one wrapper with water.

3. Place slightly less than 1 tablespoon chicken mixture on center of wrapper.

4. Pinch 5 pleats along edge of half of the wrapper.

5. Fold wrapper in half covering chicken mixture and press pleated edge onto un-pleated edge.

6. Repeat with remaining wrappers and chicken mixture.

7. Add 1 tsp of sesame oil to a 12-inch skillet and add potstickers in a single layer.

8. Add enough broth to slightly cover potstickers and 1 tbsp of Soy Sauce.

9. Heat over medium heat.

10. Cover and bring broth to a boil.

11. Cook until the broth evaporates and potstickers have turn slightly brown; turn and brown on the other side.

12. Repeat with remaining pot stickers, broth and soy sauce.

Serve and enjoy!

I would love to see your recreations! Please share them with me using the #SilvieArmas, that way I can share them on my blog and YouTube channel. 

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Recipe Tips: 1.Before you cook them freeze what ever potstickers you aren’t going to eat in a single layer then you can place them in a freezer bag one frozen. To cook be sure to thaw them first so they can cook evenly. Then proceed with the cooking directions above.

2. The brown sauce you see in the picture above is: Ajinomoto Gyoza Dipping Sauce. You can buy it using my affiliate link (you will not pay more, but I will earn a small commission), clicking the picture below. 

 

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6 Comments

  1. Misha Estrada

    These look really good. The ones I have had at restaurants only had meat, but I like the addition of the vegetables. I will have to see if they have these wrappers at a grocery store here.

    Reply
    1. Silvie (Post author)

      Hi Misha, first of all thanks for stopping by and for your comment. I love the taste that the veggies give! I get great compliments on the taste, Let me know how you like them.

      Reply
  2. dianeroark

    I love potsticker and these look really great. Thanks for linking up to Wonderful Wed. blog hop. I just featured these on my Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/recipesforourdailybread

    Blessings,
    Diane Roark

    Reply
    1. Silvie (Post author)

      Thanks so much for the feature Diane! 🙂

      Reply
  3. Susan F.

    My family loves potstickers but I have never made them. I pinned this and I am going to give it a try! Thanks for sharing it on the Wonderful Wednesday Blog Hop, where I found it!

    Reply

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