Gyoza is also known as pot sticker and was originated in China where they called it jiaozi but have become very popular dish in Japan. Gyoza is a dumplings filled with ground meat and vegetables and wrapped in a dough.
There many different types of gyoza this are the:
Yaki Gyoza (pan fried) – They are pan fried in a hot skillet before a mixture of water and cornstarch is poured in and everything bis covered for s few minutes. Yaki Gyoza are typically served with the crispy bottom side up.
Sui Gyoza (boiled) – this are boiled Gyoza that are often served in a very light broth. They are much less common than yaki Gyoza and mainly found at Chinese restaurant and specialized Gyoza restaurants.
Age Gyoza (deep fried) – this are crispy deep fried and mainly found at Chinese and Gyoza specialty restaurants, but rarely encountered everywhere.
Gyoza can be found Nationwide at any ramen shops. A typical serving of gyoza consists of about half a dozen dumplings and cost is around 300 to 600 yen. It is usually eaten with a dipping sauce made at the table of equal amount of soy sauce and vinegar. It is also nice to add a little bit of chili oil.
Yesterday my dinner!
kung i like nimo ug i share. Soon maka kaon nkag GYOUZA!