Rice paper gyoza

Latest Rice Paper gyoza (dumplings)

Have you ever tried rice paper gyoza dumplings? If not, then here you will be inspired by this flavorful, incredible, and crispy recipe. This new way of making gyoza allows you to enjoy more crispness and softness. This recipe is made with rice paper instead of wrappers, which makes it unique from others. It can be cooked in different ways, like pan fry, steam fry, or air fry. These dumplings are mostly associated with Vietnamese cuisine, but they are becoming more popular day by day all over the world. So take a deep breath and let’s start this creative gluten-free snack!

Ingredients to make Rice Paper gyoza dumplings

  • Rice Paper Sheets / Rice Paper Wrappers 

This is our main ingredient for this recipe. You can easily find them in nearby stores. If you like to make your own, then visit this article. You can use any type of rice paper, but it will change the flavor a little bit, which is acceptable.

  • Firm tofu

Adding it results in a creamy and smooth bean flavor. It will also balance the flavors if anything is missing.

  • Mushrooms

For umami flavor and to increase the mixture flavor, it is best with meat.

  • Carrots 

Will give an attractive color to the filling mixture.

  • cabbage 

This is the most used ingredient for gyoza, so it’s still here for a little crunch.

  • Garlic and Ginger 

For a fragrant and rich flavor in the mixture. You can also use GG powder.

  • Sesame oil

Adding it gives it a nutty, aromatic, and fragrant taste.

  • Soy sauce and black pepper

For adding a touch of saltiness and savory flavor to the recipe.

How to make Rice Paper Dumplings

To make these easy and simple gyozas, you need to follow the instructions below.

Step 1

Firstly Prepare the filling in a mixing bowl, and shred the carrots and cabbage finely. Add tofu to it. It should be dry. Squeeze the excess water from it to dry it. Then cut the mushrooms and garlic into small cubes.

Step 2

Then, in the cooking process, in a pan, add oil and fry the mushrooms. After 5 minutes, add the remaining vegetables and tofu. Keep the flame medium. 

Step 3

When the vegetables are softened, add the remaining seasonings (soy sauce, black pepper, and sesame oil). Then turn off the flame, and it’s good to add chopped spring onions. Mix it and the filling is ready

Step 4

In the next step, pick up a piece of rice paper and dip it in water for a few seconds. Then place it in a flat place. Then add 1 tablespoon of filling to the center of it. Fold the gyoza properly so it won’t break while cooking. Pick up another piece of rice paper, dip it in water, and fold the first one into it so it will be non-breakable while cooking. Repeat this method with the remaining.

Step 5

In the cooking step, add oil to a pan and fry it for 3 to 4 minutes per side until brown. Then cover it with a lid for 2 minutes by adding a little bit of water, and your rice paper gyoza is ready!

STEAMING THE DUMPLINGS

If you are looking for a way to steam rice paper gyoza, then you can visit our blog for How to Steam Gyoza.

rice paper gyoza

Tips & Tricks for Making Rice Paper Dumplings

  • Do not dip the rice papers in water for more than 5 minutes because they will be too soft and easy to break while folding them.
  • Cold water will be best for dipping rice paper.
  • Add as much oil as required while frying because rice papers are very sticky while frying.
  • These gyoza dumplings don’t stay crisp for a long time so it’s best to enjoy them immediately.
  • You can also store rice paper jiaozi for 2 weeks if it is properly stored.
  • You can use any type of sauce but I recommend trying a special gyoza sauce with it.

Rice Paper gyoza

Recipe by Hamza ZafarCourse: Appetizers, SnacksCuisine: Vietnamese, JapaneseDifficulty: Easy
Servings

4

servings
Prep time

15

minutes
Cooking time

10

minutes
Total time

25

minutes

Ingredients

  • ¼ green cabbage

  • ½ inch ginger

  • 3 cloves garlic

  • 20 rice paper sheets

  • 1 block extra firm tofu

  • 2½ tbsp. soy sauce and sesame oil

  • 1 carrot

  • 1 cup mushrooms

  • salt and pepper, 1/2 tsp

Directions

  • In a food processor, add all the vegetables and seasonings. Finely chop them and add the tofu with the vegetables after transferring the mixture into a mixing bowl.
  • Then, in a pan, sauté the mixture and add soy sauce. Then turn off the flame.
  • Next, assemble the rice paper gyoza and add 2 tablespoons of filling in the center. Do not overfill.
  • Then, in a non-stick pan, add oil and fry them for 5 minutes on each side. Turn off the flame, serve with your favorite sauce and garnish with spring onions.

Nutrition Facts (per serving)

Total Calories
400kcal
Protein
10 grams
Carbohydrates
70 to 75 grams
Fats
5 grams
Fibre
5 to 7 grams
Sugars 
3 to 5 grams
Iron
5 Mg
Calcium
100 to 150 Mg
sodium
1300 gram
Vitamin C
150 Mg
Vitamin A
2000 to 3000 IU
Cholesterol
10 Mg
This nutrition information is calculated automatically, so it should only be used as a rough guide.

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