Thai curry gyoza

New Thai gyoza (dumplings)

What if we try an underrated recipe today that is a combination of different types of spices and ingredients? If yes, then let’s try Thai gyoza dumplings. The Thai curry dumplings recipe is made by adding two cuisines (Japanese and Thai). It is best to enjoy them at a dinner meal. The taste is different from the previous gyoza dumplings that we made. It tastes creamy and has a richness of aromatic herbs and spices. This Thai gyoza recipe is not traditional, but it is a great combination to try if you are a gyoza lover.



The filling that we will be using is straightforward to make. You can substitute or change the ingredients if you like. You can also buy frozen gyoza from a nearby store. Thai dumplings in air fryers and pan-fries are very popular.  Below are the ingredients for homemade gyoza:

  • Ground chicken
  • Cabbage 
  • garlic, minced (finely chopped)
  • ginger, minced
  • soy sauce
  • Salt and pepper
  • Sesame oil

Dumpling wrappers:

These can also be bought from grocery stores, or if you like to make them on your own, you will need wheat or corn flour, water, and a pinch of salt. To make it, add flour to a mixing bowl and add salt. Then slowly pour water into it, mixing until it becomes thick. Then keep it aside for 30 minutes, and your gyoza dough is ready.


  • Yellow onions
  • Garlic ginger powder
  • Red curry paste
  • Coconut creme or coconut milk
  • Olive or vegetable oil
  • Mung beans
  • Lemon juice
  • Salt and vinegar
  • Honey or sugar (optional)

Kitchen tools:

  1. Mixing bowl
  2. Cutting board
  3. Non-stick pan or air fryer
  4. Knife
  5. A spoon
  6. Chopsticks (optional)
Thai curry gyoza

How to make Thai curry gyoza :

Step 1

Firstly, in a pan, add sesame oil, ginger, garlic, and cabbage. Fry it until it softens. Then add salt, pepper, and soy sauce and mix it well to form a good gyoza mixture. Then keep it aside.

Step 2

Then pick up the gyoza wrapper and fill it with the filling with the help of a tablespoon. Assemble it and your gyoza/wonton dumplings are ready to fry.

Step 3

In the next step, in a pan, add onions and vegetable oil. Fry until brown over medium heat. Then add ginger, garlic powder, and red curry paste. Keep mixing for an additional 2 minutes.

Step 4

Then add the remaining ingredients (coconut cream, honey, mung beans, salt, vinegar, or soy sauce). Cook the sauce for 5 to 8 minutes over low heat until it becomes thick.

Step 5

Then add the gyoza dumplings to it and fry for 5 minutes more. Then turn off the flame and set it aside to cool.

Step 6

Serve this snack by squeezing lemon juice on it and garnishing green onions with the topping of basil. Enjoy the Thai gyoza dumpling recipe with traditional chopsticks to make it look more traditional.

Thai curry gyoza

Frequently Asked Questions:

Can I use green curry paste instead of red curry paste?

Yes, if you like to increase its mild and fresh green chili flavor, then you can substitute it with green paste. The difference is that their color is changed because of the chili color.

what are Thai gyoza dumplings?

This new recipe is made with thin gyoza wrappers, which have become very popular in Thai cuisine daily. The base for this appetizer is curry paste. You can also use different types of meat, like fish, beef, shrimp, mp, and chicken, for it. This is a great snack to try.

Are Thai dumplings gluten-free?

According to the Thai gyoza recipe, it is not gluten-free but if you like to make it, you can substitute the wrappers made from wheat flour with rice or corn flour.

Thai gyoza (dumplings)

Recipe by SaraCourse: AppetizersCuisine: Japanese, ThaiDifficulty: Easy


Prep time


Cooking time




  • 1 TBS sesame oil

  • 4 garlic cloves, minced

  • 1 tsp. grated ginger

  • 2 TBS red curry paste

  • 2 400 ml coconut cream

  • 1 tsp. soy sauce

  • 1 tsp. honey or sugar

  • 20 frozen dumplings

  • 1/3 cup green onions, chopped

  • 1/2 cup fresh basil, chopped

  • Lime for serving


  • In a pan, heat sesame oil over medium heat. Sautee the onions for 2-3 minutes until softened. Add the garlic and ginger and cook until brown. Add the curry paste and cook for an additional minute.
  • Pour in the coconut cream, honey, and soy sauce. Cook 5-10 minutes until the sauce thickens slightly on a low flame.
  • Add the dumplings, and allow them to cook in the sauce for 5 minutes. Remove from the heat and add lime juice and basil.
  • Serve with chopsticks and top with green onions, and basil.

Thai gyoza dumpling nutrition facts (per serving)

Total Calories
10 grams
18 to 25 grams
8 to 10 grams
1 gram
300 to 550 Mg
2 to 5 Mg
20 to 60 Mg
1 grams
Vitamin C
15 to 20 Mg
Vitamin A
200 to 600 IU
10 to 30Mg
This nutrition information is calculated automatically, so it should only be used as a rough guide.

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