This recipe is a nice break from familiar ways to eat gyoza, which is deep frying or pan frying them. Serve gyoza in a flavorful broth for a comforting, cozy spin on a traditional dish. This asian flavors inspired soup definitely has soul-warming effects and is perfect for the colder weather months. This gyoza soup is delicious, huge hit with kids and adults and easy to make as well. Gyoza dumplings are soft and filling, bursting with flavors and are a perfect compliment to the broth.
Gyoza is a type of Japanese dumpling, where the filling is usually a mixture of ground meats and cabbage with spices and seasonings that are wrapped in a thin wonton wrapper. You can use store-bought gyoza in this recipe like an easy express route to a tasty soup. And you can choose from a variety of fillings. But if you have plenty of time on your hands you can absolutely make an ambitious resolution and prepare homemade gyoza. They are outstanding, fresh without any preservatives, mouthwatering dumplings made with the mixture of pork and veal, cabbage, shallots, soy sauce, sake, sesame oil and ginger.
The stuffing for the gyoza is then wrapped in a thin, wonton like dough and shaped like half moons by folding the dough in half. And you can make the gyoza dumpling dough from scratch as well. It only needs three ingredients and can be put together in a flesh.
Once you are done assembling the gyoza just pop them in a flavorful broth infused with seasonings for a couple of minutes and the dish is done. You can add stir-fry type of frozen vegetables to the broth to boost the nutritional benefits of the soup. Or just use leftover Chinese cabbage from making the gyoza stuffing. If you are tired of the same old soups and craving something new is soup is definitely a winner.