Monday, March 1, 2021

My Homemade Gyoza For Dinner

ONE DISH MEAL... with no rice.... 

I bought a packet of Gyoza wrappers and they have been laying in the fridge for a couple of weeks now.  Better finish them upbefore they start to turn moldy.  Marinated a packet of minced meat using sesame oil, pepper, soy sauce, pinch of salt for a couple of hours and chopped up some chives (kau choy) to add to the meat.
This time I did not use my fingers to do these... 
The 10 sen mould I bought from Shopee came into use... .
So much faster and easier too... 
Before I make the soup base, I boiled these in plain water
so as to take away the flour.... 
Then using some garlic and sliced ginger, I boiled two bowls of soup... 
I put in some greens.... and topped with goji berries and sesame seeds...
Must eat them while the soup is still fuming hot....
I gave some to my neighbour... and 
I think I ate around 8 pieces... full to the brim!

9 comments:

  1. Wowwwwwww!!!! Retirement is good for you. Now your culinary skills have improved by leaps and bounds. I remember those days when you were still working and how I would cringe at the sight of your attempts at cooking!!! Now, I am so impressed. LOL!!!

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  2. So tasty! How many did u make?

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  3. They are perfect, and look like they came from a fancy restaraunt!

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  4. I never make own gyoza. Yours looked good. Perfect shape with the mould.

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  5. looks good....the 10 cent mould really worth-it...the gyoza are nicely intact

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  6. Your gyoza very beautifully done.

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  7. You are so expert in making this. The shape looked neat and delicious in the pot. Neighbour pun happy la.

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  8. Your gyoza look yummy and nicely done. I like to eat them fried too!

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