We are excited to share with you an amazing Gluten-Free recipe we attempted. Pot Stickers are definitely not a common gluten-free item nor is it common to come across a gluten-free recipe for them; however, have no fear… NEW GRAINS IS HERE!
You’ll love these as much as we did. And we’re excited to not only share this recipe but once others try it, we’d love to hear back from them about what they thought of it? Maybe things they did differently? And different preparations and side dishes they did? So please, indulge in some amazing Gluten-Free Pot Stickers. Asian Gluten-Free food is something to rave about. It’s difficult as it is to live a Gluten-Free life and with so many limited choices, one can get sick very quickly of the same old food… That’s why this makes for a delightful meal. Incorporating Asian Gluten-Free food in your diet is something you’ll quite enjoy. In this recipe we used our in-house milled flour mix: https://www.newgrains.com/product/gluten-free-all-purpose-baking-mix/
Please feel free to leave comments in the comment section below about your experience with this recipe.
About 1/2 pound of your choice of finely chopped or ground meat (chicken or pork sausage work great)
1/3 c finely shredded cabbage
1 tsp grated fresh or powdered ginger
1 tsp gluten-free soy sauce
pinch of salt
1/4 tsp ground pepper
1 tbsp chopped chives
1 tsp sesame oil
1 tsp sugar
2 tsp oil of your choice
5 tbsp water
For wrapper dough place New Grains All Purpose Baking Mix in a mixer bowl. Turn mixer on low and slowly add the water, mix until dough has the consistency of play dough, about 3-4 min. Cover the bowl with cling film and leave to cool slightly.
Put all the filling ingredients in a bowl and combine. Pop it in the fridge while you finish the wrappers.
Take 1/4 or less of wrapper dough out of the bowl and place on Gluten-Free floured worktop. Leave remaining dough covered so it does not dry out. The dough won’t be stretchy, but it will have a bit to give.
Flatten slightly with your hand. Place a piece of plastic wrap, at least 12×12 inches, over dough and finish flattening with rolling pin.
Roll dough no less than 1/8″ of thickness. Cut dough for wraps using circular cutter about 4″ in diameter. Place wraps in a damp paper towel or cover with plastic wrap so they don’t dry out. Repeat these steps until all your dough is cut for wraps.
Once all your wrappers are ready, remove your filling from the fridge and place a teaspoonful of filling in the middle of a wrapper, brush a little water around the edges and fold dough in half, over the filling.
Pinch the edges to seal, the pot sticker should look like a tiny pastry when it’s done. Don’t worry if they look a bit rough to begin with, you’ll be an expert by thew time you’re done!
Heat your oil in a large frying pan over med-med/high heat and place the pot stickers in the pan. You can put them quite close together, just don’t squash them up or they’ll stick to each other as they steam. Cook for a few minutes until the bottoms start to brown, then pour in the water and cover with a lid or large plate. Leave to steam for 10-15 minutes, checking halfway to make sure the water hasn’t boiled away. Serve while still hot and enjoy!