The popular japanese gyozas They are made with a simple dough for dumplings, as they are an adaptation of traditional Chinese dumplings. Therefore, this same dough that we show in RecetasGratis can be used to make Japanese dumplings, jiaozis, wantón, etc.
Making homemade gyozas is much easier than you think, since the dough is made simply with flour and water. The really complicated thing is to form the gyozas with the folds that characterize them so much, but with practice everything is possible! Stay with us and discover how to make dough for gyozas, dumplings and much more.
4 diners 10m Starter Low difficulty Additional features: Cheap cost, Japanese recipes Ingredients:
- 200 grams of wheat flour
- 90 milliliters of hot water
- 1 pinch of salt
Steps to follow to make this recipe: 1
Sift the flour and mix it with the salt. To make the homemade gyoza dough we have used multipurpose wheat flour.
Add hot water little by little and mix with a spoon, spatula or fork making circular movements. It is not necessary to boil the water, heating it for one minute in the microwave is sufficient.
When you can, knead with the hands, remove the dough from the bowl and work it on the table having previously spread a little flour. We recommend kneading for 5-10 minutes, or until you notice that the dough for gyozas is completely homogeneous and smooth.
Form a ball, cover it with plastic wrap and leave it in the fridge 2-3 hours or throughout the night. If you don't have that much time, you can leave it for 30 minutes in the freezer.
After time, knead 1 minute and divide the dough into two equal parts. Take one of them and form a cylinder approximately two spans long. Then, cut about 12-14 equal piecesDepending on how long you have left, they will come out more or less. Do the same with the other half of the dough.
Take a piece, sprinkle a little flour on top, flatten it first with the palm of your hand and then with the roller to obtain a fine circle. In order for your homemade gyozas to be perfect, you should leave the center a bit thicker and the rest quite fine. Repeat this step with all the pieces.
When you have all the circles ready, you can now use them to make your gyozas. The dough for gyozas You can fill it with whatever you like, although the most popular recipes are these:
- Vegetable gyozas
- Chicken gyozas
- Meat gyozas
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Ways to cook the dough for gyozas
After preparing the dough recipe for gyozas and forming your homemade gyozas, it's time to cook them. To do this, you have several options: steamed, in the pan or in a pot with boiling water.
You just have to cook the homemade gyozas in a steamer or in a strainer placed in a pot with boiling water. The time will depend on the size of your gyozas, but they usually take about 15-20 minutes.
It is as simple as bring a pot of water to a boil And, once the boiling point is reached, introduce your homemade gyozas and wait until they are well done.
This will probably be the easiest way. You must put one deep frying pan on the fire with a splash of oil. When hot, add the homemade gyozas and let the base brown. Once you see that they are golden brown underneath, pour a glass of water, cover the pan and let them cook until the water evaporates completely.
Using this method, the dough for gyozas is cooked with the boiling water and the same steam that it generates. Once ready, you only have to serve them accompanied by soy sauce or teriyaki sauce.