One of our favorite Dim Sum items from Yank Sing Restaurant in San Francisco. Japanese restaurants often call them gyoza, however very few actually spend the time to cook them right. Most places offer steamed or fried. The best way is to pan fry them in a tiny bit of oil, then pour in water and let them steam cook until the water disappears. This recipe shows you how to do just that! The recipe for making your own wrappers is included, and more fresh (if you have a tortilla press) however, I usually get my wrappers at an Oriental Foods store, or in a pinch I ask for the wrappers from a local restaurant that makes them. If you buy them look for this brand / type: Twin Marquis Dumpling Wrapper (Shanghai Style). Don't try to use the wonton skins; they don't turn out the same (believe me I've tried...) Shanghai style dumpling wrappers or make your own which is simple, but a little more time consuming... I'll upload a picture of the wrapper and process shortly.