Japanese Pan Fried Gyoza $7.95

Dairy free - Nut free

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Japanese Pan Fried Gyoza by Chef Chieko Fukuoka

Chef Chieko Fukuoka

Chef Chieko Fukuoka

• Chef & Owner, J-Pan Sandwich & Bento クルトンさん
• Multi-ethnic Bento expert
• Graduate with honors, South Seattle College Culinary Arts

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Handmade Japanese Gyoza with ground pork and Asian vegetables are steamed and pan-fried. The crispy gyoza wrapper on the outside combined with juicy pork filling on the inside goes perfectly with my delicious gyoza dipping sauce.

  • ⓞ Oven 350F, 6-10 min
  • ⓜ Microwave 1-1.5 min (preferred)
  • Sprinkle 1 tbsp of water of gyoza before heating
  • Heat covered

Ingredients Ingredients

gyoza (ground pork, nira chives, green onion, cabbage, shiitake, garlic, ginger, sesame oil, black pepper, salt, sugar, flour, potato/corn starch), sauce (soy sauce, rice vinegar, chili sesame oil)

Star Reviews (5)

Michelle A.

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Was curious if you could have gyoza not fresh from the pan and have them still be delicious - and yes, you can if Chef Fukuoka made them! Complex and savory flavors perfectly balanced. Even the dipping sauce was exquisite with the just right kick. Gyozas were even good the next day. Will happily order again and again!

Barbara S.

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nice version of gyoza

Rene S.

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I really enjoyed these. I ordered it with the vegetarian sushi. Great appetizers for entertaining.

Kim C.

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Exceptional gyozas. The filling tastes as expected, with the welcome addition of rehydrated shiitakes for some extra umami. It's a huge amount of gyoza (easily split between two people), and has the delicious crust holding them all together that you'd expect from a restaurant.

Sue D.

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I heated them in the microwave as recommended and then put them in the oven to add some crispiness. They were great!