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[Comments] (5) Potsticker Success: I made up a potsticker recipe by browsing some on the internet and picking out my favorite ingredients.

1 lb ground pork
2 cloves garlic
1/3 head cabbage
1 medium carrot
2 green onions
½ red bell pepper
2 t. Worcestershire sauce
2 t. Soy sauce
Black pepper
1 t. ginger
1 package wonton wrappers

Cook pork. Finely shred all the vegetables. I used the cheese grater, except for the green onions. Mix all ingredients in a bowl. Put about 1 Tablespoon on the wrapper. Wet two edges of the wrapper and fold into a triangle and seal.

Heat 1 T. oil in skillet. Arrange potstickers in the pan. Once the bottom is brown, add 1/3 c. water and cover. When the water is gone, let the potstickers brown a bit more and remove from pan.

I think this is going to make about 75 potstickers. They can be frozen before cooking on a sheet and then put into a ziploc.

How good are these? John wanted In-and-Out for dinner and since trying these changed his mind. Yup, he just wants more potstickers.

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Posted by MArk at Mon Apr 30 2007 19:44

I’m having a dinner party Saturday and I’m thinking about using this recipe. Is there something I can use instead of pork for a vegetarian option and do you have any suggestions on what to serve with it? FYI I am a novice cook and I think it’s been over a year since I’ve cooked for someone else… wow, has it really been that long… how did I get myself into hosting a dinner party…

Posted by Susie at Mon Apr 30 2007 20:16

haha... You can just leave out the pork and put more veggie filling in. I used soy sauce with a little worcestershire sauce for the dip. This is chinese, so you could make a stirfry.

Posted by Kristen at Tue May 01 2007 06:53

What a good idea...I have never thought to make these. I love the texture of potstickers.

Posted by Susie at Fri May 04 2007 12:33

a food processor would have come in handy with this recipe.

Posted by Mom at Fri May 04 2007 15:01

Sounds so good.

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