A recent trip to Gyoza Ya made me fell in love with Japanese Garlic Fried Rice again. While they are famed for their specialty gyozas (either boiled or pan-fried), I was absolutely hooked on their humble-looking bowl of garlic fried rice. Every grain was super flavorful and laced with the right amount of garlicky goodness...
Is there truly a difference between Gyoza and Chinese Jiaozi (dumplings)? After all, the ingredients used are almost similar if not identical.
People say there is a first time in everything. From first job, first car, first love and luckily for me, this time it is my first time making these scrumptious potstickers. I even challenged myself to roll my own gyoza wrappers. The filling was simply made of lean pork mince, and fresh Chinese cabbage seasoned […]
It’s not a typical Saturday… I remember Jakarta is still quiet that day. Sunlight kisses my eyelids, trying to convince me that this is the right time for me to wake up. It so hard for me to climb up the bed because I’m still in Ramadan mood. I’m about to close my eyes again when I remember I have an appointment for cooking class at Gyoza Bar. Cooking Class at Gyoza Bar Jakarta It’s 11.42 a.m when I arrive at Delicae Senayan City. Delicae is a new dining venue located on 5th floor of Senayan City, not far from Cinema XXI. The place was crowded because it is weekend and almost lunch time when arrive. It took a while for me to find where is the location for today’s cooking class. When I’m about to ask the direction, I see a reflection of Pak James from the glass wall. There were about 20 people in the room who was ready for Gyoza cooking class. There are four tables prepared for participants, each table occupied by five people. On the table has available gyoza recipes, apron and gyoza filling for every participant. Before we start making our gyoza, chef Andy Ho …
Japanese dumpling is known as "gyoza" which is fried crispy dumpling! Here is step-by-step instruction & tips for making gyoza at home!
Looking for something different or rather exactly the same? Let's try this Japanese gyoza that binds the worlds into fame!
That was quite the project to try and make homemade gyoza! They were delicious with this pork ginger shiitake filling, the only problem I had was... The shaping part! Let's focus on the fact that they were so good though! Next time I'm trying to make a vegetarian version, I'm so excited!
To make Gyoza wrappers from scratch is easier than you might think. You only need a handful of ingredients (flour, corn starch, water, salt), and the whole process is straightforward and really rewarding. The homemade Gyoza wrappers will definitely make a huge difference, and once you made them, you will not want to use the store-bought wrappers again.
These delicious Japanese dumplings are very famous all around the globe and come in different varieties. The combination of a crispy and golden brown base with a tasty and juicy filling makes Gyozas the perfect appetizer.