Love potstickers? Try making fried pork potstickers at home! This potstickers recipe is simple but just as delicious as any restaurant!
As I’ve mentioned before Jesse and I love to have people over for dinner! We can’t wait to get a big dining room table so that we can have more than one couple at a time over one day. Usually, for these dinner parties, Jesse is the chef because he likes to impress with his dishes, like chocolate souffle, and I’m more of a soup kinda girl. One of our favorite things to serve our guests is Asian food. Jesse makes delicious chicken lettuce wraps (like the ones at PF Chang’s) and his latest endeavor has been into making potstickers (or fried dumplings). They are absolutely delicious and pretty easy to make if you aren’t afraid of frying things.
Pork Potstickers Recipe
First, start with your seasoned ground meat, this picture is ground turkey but we also love to use pork. The bad part about blogging one of Jesse’s recipes is that he isn’t exactly in measurements so all I know is that there is salt, pepper, garlic, and a bit of ginger in the mixture.
They come in long rectangle pieces and what you really want is a square, so rip it and then put the two halves side by side and pinch them until you have a square. (Sorry the second photo is blurry, Jesse can’t hold still).
To cook the dumplings you’re first going to fry them until the bottoms start to brown, then you pour a little water into the hot pan and cover it. This will steam the dumplings the rest of the way through.
I hope showing you guys all this food means somebody wants to come to Richmond soon 😉 What’s your favorite thing to serve at a dinner party?