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Loved these! I did have to add a tbsp of fast dissolving sugar to the dipping sauce for DH but that is just him. Will definitely make these gems over and over again. Made for Culinary Quest 2014.
I made a 1/2 recipe of this to be a part of a Chinese tasting tables, and these dumplings were loved by all! They were very easy to make and the seasonings were 'just right' - nothing overwhelmed. My first time using tamari - I like the lighter, less salty taste a lot. Thanks.
Wow-these were so tender and full of flavor. I usually make them with pork but I wanted to try the chicken-my new favorite recipe for steamed pot stickers! Made for CC 2014.
Wow these were yummy. I didn't use the paste as they held together fine w/o it. Maybe it was just the wrappers I had. I didn't' have ground chicken so instead I cut up a few chicken breast tenders really small nth scissors. They came out great. I served with my Spicy Mayo along with your dipping sauce. Thank you CG. Made for ZWT 6 by a fellow Looney Toon Spooney :)
I hope you don't mind, but I adapted your adapted recipe. I used wrappers labeled: chinese spring roll, filipino lumpia, vietnamese chagio, mandarin Moc Shu Pork wrappers. I rolled them up and fried them. I used a very small line of the raw pork filling and cooked it at not too high a temp. so the rolls would cook all the way through. I used 30 large wrappers and still have quite a bit of filling left which I have frozen. These came out wonderful and I'm sure I will try the steam method with the left over meat in the freezer. Made for zwt6 by an Unruly.