Homemade Chinese-Style Potstickers

Homemade Chinese-Style Potstickers

I’m a big fan of potstickers otherwise known as Chinese dumplings. Served with a splash of brown sugar and soy infused dipping sauce, these perfectly seasoned dumplings hide a juicy pork meatball inside.

I’m a big fan of potstickers otherwise known as Chinese dumplings. Served with a splash of brown sugar and soy infused dipping sauce, these perfectly seasoned dumplings hide a juicy pork meatball inside.

I’ve always hesitated making my own potstickers from scratch because I thought the process was difficult. In fact they’re easy to make and this recipe makes enough to freeze for later.

Most of the ingredients can be found at your local grocery store. You may want to try your Asian market for the dumpling wrappers if your grocery doesn’t carry them. The Dynasty brand would be a good choice if you’re shopping at your local grocery store. Otherwise head to the Asian market for authentic wrappers. I also prefer them more on the thin side. They do come in different levels of thickness and you can freeze what you don’t use.

Making potstickers can be time-consuming that’s why I recommend making a large batch so you have plenty to freeze for later.  You’ll want to finely dice all the vegetables so the flavors meld together when creating your meatballs.

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