Wonderful little bites. Except for subbing regular cabbage for the napa I followed as written. Made for the Aussie/NZ RS#36. TFS
Delicious - who needs meat when these are so good. I have frozen some, I freeze them before cooking. I served them with a prepared sweet, spicy Chili sauce. If you wish to prepare these non vegetarian try steaming them in chicken stock instead of the water - I nearly always have some potstickers in the freezer now I will have some vegetarian and some pork Thanks for sharing this delicious recipe Sharon123
OK so I was really excited to see if I could make these, started cooking away, and when I was trying to form the little wonton packages I realized I had bought lumpia wrappers instead of wonton whatever :( WAHHHH!!! I guess the square shape would have given it way. Anyway they wouldn't make little wonton shapes and I was terrified of steaming them then because they aren't apparently made for that. SOOOOOO I ended up rolling them like spring rolls/lumpia & they turned out very well. I just fried them & skipped the steaming. I would still like to try my hand at the wonton part but regardless they tasted exceptional!! Everyone enjoyed them & my little story to go with. So the filling & the sauce made exactly as instructed were great!! Napped for Veg*n Swap 25!!
Excellent vegetarian pot stickers. I used a regular green cabbage and added a little sesame oil, black pepper and some oyster sauce. These are a little time consuming but well worth the effort. Thanks for the recipe.
These are very good! I made the pot stickers using regular green cabbage and increased the garlic, they turned out delicious! I didn't make the dipping sauce but will try it the next time I make these, and I will also try adding in some cooked pork meat. Thanks Sharon!...Kitten:)