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How to Make Super Quick Homemade Rice Paper Pork Gyoza (Dumplings) – Gluten-Free

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Hello everybody, it is John, welcome to my recipe page. Today, we’re going to prepare a special dish, rice paper pork gyoza (dumplings) – gluten-free. One of my favorites. This time, I will make it a bit tasty. This will be really delicious.

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To begin with this recipe, we must prepare a few components. You can have rice paper pork gyoza (dumplings) – gluten-free using 9 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you can achieve that.

The ingredients needed to make Rice Paper Pork Gyoza (Dumplings) – Gluten-Free:

  1. {Make ready 200 g of Pork Mince.
  2. {Get 400 g of cut/minced vegetables (we used carrots, cabbage, onions, bean sprouts – think one of those Tesco's Stir Fry packs!).
  3. {Prepare 2 tbsp of Sesame Oil.
  4. {Prepare 1/2 tsp of crushed Kallo Just Bouillon Beef Stock Cube.
  5. {Take 1 tsp of ground ginger.
  6. {Prepare Pinch of ground garlic.
  7. {Make ready Pinch of black pepper.
  8. {Prepare 35 of GF Rice paper sheets (sometimes it makes more!).
  9. {Take of for vegetarian, replace the pork mince with minced mushrooms – add some spring onion for extra flavour.

Add a little olive oil as well to really prevent those dumplings from. Rice Paper Pork Gyoza (Dumplings) – Gluten-Free Christie U. Fold the stretchy rice paper wrapper around the pork filling – making sure that the filling is sealed inside and won't come out when you cook the dumpling. Lay the dumplings on parchment paper on a cookie sheet.

Instructions to make Rice Paper Pork Gyoza (Dumplings) – Gluten-Free:

  1. Mix the pork and vegetables together. Add in 1 tbsp of sesame oil, and the seasonings. Mix well.
  2. Follow the instructions for the rice paper. Normally you will need to soak each sheet of paper for 2 seconds in warm water. From there lay it flat on a plate to sit for another minute or two. It will be ready to roll when it feels soft and pliable..
  3. Place a small amount (tsp) of the mixture in the centre of the rice paper. As the rice paper is much softer than normal gyoza dough, I find that being able to cover the filling with two or three turns of the rice paper will prevent breakage. This is where I messed up the first time I made these – but learned from it on round two :).
  4. Place 1 tbsp of sesame oil in a pan on medium heat. Add a little olive oil as well to really prevent those dumplings from sticking to the pan..
  5. Cook for about 7 minutes, or until the pork seems to be cooked through. I usually put a cover on the pan in order to "steam" them through if you will. Some recipes recommend putting a bit of water in the pan to help with this process, but I haven't tried that with rice paper yet!.
  6. Serve with some of Kikkoman's Gluten Free Soy Sauce! Enjoy!.

Gyoza are most traditionally stuffed with pork and cabbage, but as I served these as a precursor to ginger pork belly, I decided to make half with chicken and sesame and the other half with prawn and chilli. I also treated myself to gyoza press, a fun little gadget for under a fiver that made the business of construction a lot quicker and simpler. Glutinous rice flour has a high starch content (specifically one type of starch: amylopectin) which gives it a uniquely sticky and much more elastic texture than other varieties of rice (and many other gluten free flours for that matter). It's readily available from most major supermarkets these days (check the ethnic food aisle) or any Asian supermarket. Just watch out for 'may contains.

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