Bergy, Bergy, I am a pot sticker, "dumpling" nut from way, way back! Actually went to Chinese cooking school for 2 months. These, after all the other ones I've tried are the "bomb"! Fantastic. Wouldn't change a thing - used packaged coleslaw mix, and chopped down further. Now will try it with just shrimp! Can't wait. Thank you!
We could not stop eating these. We kept saying "just one more!". I had to remove the shrimp due to food allergies, and they were still delicious (even without sauce). I added in a bit of finely chopped broccoli and increased the pork by 1/2 a pound. Next time I will try to find a soy sauce replacement for the pork mix so my daughter can enjoy them (another confirmed food allergy, sigh).
I made half a recipe to start with. Doubled the cabbage, used some seasoned rice vinegar instead of the wine. I left out the shrimp because I didn't have any on hand. However, I don't think I will use it next time since they turned out so well without. I also froze them before cooking. I have a bag full of them in my freezer for a later meal. I will be adding this to my OAMC plan. I used to buy them from Schwan's and they are very good but $12 for 24 of them is pretty pricey. It is definitely worth my time and effort to make 4 times that many for a lot less cost. Thanks for the recipe!
This is the first time I have tried to make potstickers and my family loved this recipe! They were pretty easy to make since I didn't know what to expect! I followed the recipe exactly and it was wonderful. We will be having these again in the near future! Thank you for sharing this recipe.
These were very good. I get a little nutty when it comes to wondering if meat is cooked all the way through, so I cooked all of the meat first, then mixed all of the ingredients. Wrapping them was time consuming, but very worth it. It only took a couple of minutes to brown the outsides. They were delicious. Thank you Bergy.
These were amazing! Make sure you have a really good nonstick pan for these. I used a new nonstick pan and a older one that I had, and the older one really made the wrappers stick to it, destroying the pot sticker. The new one, however, worked great and those came out perfect!
These are delicious! I'll never eat store-bought (or takeout) potsticker again! I made them with chicken thighs, which I ground in my food processor. Actually, the food processor made the filling SO easy to throw together. And my 7 year old helped me fill the wrappers, which cut down on the hardest part of the prep work.
There was not a scrap left. Thank you!
Best flavor for a potsticer recipe that i have ever come acrost i added a little finely choped mushrooms, sprouts and brocolie, i also added more cabage.
every one loved them.
PLease be advised - DO NOT REFREEZE PORK OR SHRIMP THAT WAS FROZEN WITHOUT COOKING IT FIRST
I have made many dumplings with a Chinese friend - AND THESE LOOK GREAT
This is my favorite recipe to make. Everyone I make them for requests them again and again! Takes a little while to make but it's worth it! Can't find another pot sticker that compares! Love love!