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Fried Wonton Dumpling

Recipe By: Norie Mori

INGREDIENTS

Filling
250g beef/pork mince
1/4 bunch of (about 30g) coriander or 1/2 bunch garlic chives or 3-4 spring onions, finely chopped
1tsp grated ginger
1 egg
1tsp Spiral Organic Miso (Genmai or Mugi)
1tsp Spiral Organic Shoyu/Tamari
1Tbsp cornflour/potato starch
1 packet of wonton/gyoza sheets (about 40 sheets)
Spiral Organic Sunflower Oil for frying

Dipping sauce
2 parts Spiral Citrus Ponzu
1 part Spiral Organic Natural Sesame Oil
Chili (optional)

METHOD

1. In a small mixing bowl, mix all the dipping sauce ingredients together.

2. In a medium mixing bowl, combine all the filling ingredients together.

3. Place 1 teaspoon of filling in the centre of the wonton/gyoza sheet.

4. With your finger, spread a little water along the edge of the sheet. Fold the sheet in half, joining the ends together to make a triangle shape. Push the air out and press the sides together firmly.

5. In a frying pan, preheat sunflower oil, then fry one side of the dumplings until they’re light brown. Flip to fry other side. Drain oil on a paper towel.

6. Serve with dipping sauce.

** For a healthier option, boil the dumplings instead of frying. When the dumplings rise, they’re ready to eat!

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