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Gyoza Wrappers


Gyoza Wrappers

Gyoza Wrappers
© Denzil Green


Gyoza Wrappers are dough wrappers used for making Gyoza, which are Japanese stuffed dumplings (the Japanese version of Chinese Potstickers.)

They are round, thin sheets of dough made from wheat flour and water. They are thinner than wonton wrappers.

They are sold frozen or in chiller sections.

Cooking Tips

Thaw frozen ones in refrigerator overnight to help prevent them getting gloopy as they thaw.

When working with Gyoza Wrappers, keep the pile of unused ones covered with a damp cloth to prevent their drying out.

Put one in front of you. Wet its edges with water. Place a small amount of filling (no more than a teaspoon) in the centre. Fold into a semi-circle, and pinch edges to seal.

Substitutes

Won ton wrappers, Potsticker wrappers

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