This OISHI (delicious!) recipe is from Chef Kelsey of Not Umami’s Cooking. She created it for our Winter 2022 Cooking Class series and it was a big hit. (Here’s a link to the recording of the original cooking class if you want to cook along with Kelsey.)
***There are THREE RECIPES in post: Japanese Curry Gyoza, Chili Dipping Sauce, and Green Salad with Miso Dressing.***
We’ve included directions for making your own wrappers, but if you decide to use pre-made (link in Ingredients), you can whip up your homemade gyoza in under an hour. (Allow about an hour and a half to two hours if making wrappers from scratch.)
We had such a great time doing this as a group, we suggest doubling or tripling the recipe and getting a bunch of friends and family together for a gyoza party!
For a light meal, pair your gyoza and salad with some saké, Japanese beer, or green tea.
P.S. If you’re feeling really lazy and want to spice up some store-bought gyoza, this chili dipping sauce recipe is the BOMB and super easy to make.