Gyoza

Gyoza

I love potstickers and Japanese Gyoza – 餃子(ぎょうざ) are my absolute favourite!  I love the crunchy skin and the soft and tasty filling.  Did you know that Japanese people consider Gyoza more of a side dish to complement the rice instead of a main course?  I found the perfect recipe over at Just One Cookbook, my favourite website about Japanese food wiritten by my friend Nami and after making it a few times, I thought I should share it with all of you as well.  I haven’t chosen this recipe by chance… In fact, I will be travelling to Japan soon (where I will definitely have plenty of gyoza!) and then on to Italy (finally!).  But don’t worry, I have a few posts scheduled and some amazing guest posts lined up for you written by some of my favourite blogger friends, so I won’t leave you alone!!  In fact, make sure to show them some love!  Also, follow me on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for regular updates.  In the meantime, enjoy some Gyoza!…

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