Cute Flower-Shaped Chinese Chive Dumplings
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Cute Flower-Shaped Chinese Chive Dumplings

I made this with leftover ingredients and wrote about it in my COOKPAD diary, then made it into a recipe.

A friend told me that the filling tastes better with grated ginger and sesame oil. If you add sake to the pan and cover to steam the dumplings after browning them, they'll be plump and delicious. For 30 buns. Recipe by Hoshipan

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Ingredients

30 servings
  1. 300 grams Ground pork
  2. 1/2 tsp Salt
  3. 1 bunch Chinese chives (finely chopped)
  4. Flavoring ingredients:
  5. 1/2 tbsp ・Soy sauce
  6. 1/2 tbsp ・Chicken soup stock (powder)
  7. 1 tbsp ・Water
  8. 1 tbsp ・Sake
  9. 1 ・Grated ginger
  10. 1 ・Sesame oil
  11. 1 tbsp Katakuriko
  12. 30 Gyoza wrappers (large)
  13. 1 Sesame oil

Method

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    All you need are these 3 ingredients plus the seasonings! Add salt to the ground pork and mix until sticky. Add the chives and mix some more.

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    Put the finished dumplings in a shallow container that's been dusted with katakuriko or flour.

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    Put a small mound of the filling in the center of a gyoza wrapper, and moisten the edge of the wrapper with water.

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    Fold the edges towards the center.

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    Put the finished dumplings in a shallow container that's been dusted with katakuriko or flour.

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    Pan-fry on both sides in sesame oil. Serve with Japanese mustard and soy sauce.

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