Nous aimons Gyoza

No.4

This is my recipe for Gyoza, all from scratch.
There are many photos here and I hope you can follow it! (^o^)/

For 20 large gyoza :

Wrapping:
200g flour (farine)
2g salt (sel)
100cc (10cl) warm water (l’eau chaude)
Corn Starch flour (Farine d’amidon de maïs)

Filling:
50g Chinese cabbage (Chou chinois), 50g Green cabbage (Chou)
30g Green onion (Oignon vert), 20g Nira (Chiv chinoise)
30g Bamboo Shoots in can (les pousses de bambou)
30g Water Chestnuts in can (châtaigne d’eau)
2-3 Shiitake Mushroom (Shiitake champignons)
200g Minced pork meat (La viande hachée de porc)
10g Ginger (gingembre It is not in this photo)
Soy Sauce, Japanese sake, Sesame Oil

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I use these. The round one is a cutter.

Rie has improvised!

Rie a improvisé!
Rouleau à pâtisserie pour les Gyoza! 🙂

These two are really salt and pepper shakers, but I use
them as rolling pins. 🙂
You will see it on the photo later.

200g flour 2g salt 100cc (10cl) warm water

Flour 100% : Salt 1% : Water 40-50%

Put salt in the water. Mix well.

Mix water and flour. Knead well. Knead at least 8 minutes.

Voilà!

The dough will sleep in the refridgerator for 1 hour. Zzzzzz…

Dormir dans un réfrigérateur. ZZzzzz….

Do not use a food processor for
Gyoza, please. Cut by hand and
a good sharp knife.

The cabbage and the chinese cabbage
are boiled together in a hot water for
3 minutes and then put it in cold water.
Cool it well. Then cut it very tiny
just like the green onion ↑

Do you have those? They give a crunchy
taste and it is very good in Gyoza.

Cut them very small by your knife.

Ginger. Gingembre.
Cut it very tiny.

See how tiny they are?
You can add garlic (l’ail) if you like.

Add 2 table spoons of soy sauce,
1 table spoon Japanese Sake,
1 tea spoon salt,
2 tea spoons of sesame oil.

Here is the filling.
Leave it for 15 minutes in a refridgerator.

Dormir dans un réfrigérateur.

Take the dough out and roll it out.
Use a big pin.

Cut it with a round cutter and roll it out with a small pin (salt shaker).

You push it and roll it over many times, at least 15 times.

It should be very thin. You can blow it and it should swing.

You cut out many round ones and have left over, gather it together and
knead with a little water and roll it out.

Voilà! I got 20 Gyoza!

You fill it with the meat filling.
You saw the YouTube video on my wall?
I do the same to fill it in. Use water on the edge.

Heat a pan and put some oil. Fry the gyoza very well, on a rather high
temperature. Watch carefully, as it gets burnt easily. Never leave them.

Put 50cc hot water over and put a lid. Do not put cold water!
Always HOT WATER!!!!!

Here are Rie’s Gyoza, made from scratch.

Did you know, we serve GYOZA like this in Japan?
Turned over to show how well you cooked the bottom.

Vous devriez retourner Gyoza et servir!

Gyoza sauce : Soy sauce, Rice Vinegar,
Chinese chili sauce and white sesame seeds.

Bon appétit!

Rie 🙂 xxxx

Here is my Gyoza video on You Tube!

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