Potstickers, called “guo tie” in China, are Chinese dumplings with ground meat, finely chopped vegetables, pan-fried and served with a spicy dipping sauce. Served as an appetizer, as part of a meal, or as a snack for really any occasion, Chinese potstickers are well-loved by so many people in the world.
Potstickers are wonderfully tasty. I used pork for the dumplings because pork creates a more tender filling than any other kind of ground meat. With chopped cabbage and other delicious ingredients added in, the pork mixture turned out fantastic and tasted just like the ones you would get from Chinese restaurants. For the best flavor I would recommend adding salt in pork mixture, coating veggies with oil when making the filling and pouring water over the dumplings when frying. Once cooked, these dumplings turn very crispy. They are really easy to make and simply mouthwatering.… View Post

This is a very well-known Chinese dish. It is very bright and colorful, sweet and just a little sour in taste, crisp on the outside of the fried pork pieces and extremely tender inside. Pineapple, red and green bell peppers are used in this dish as additional ingredients which complement the pork and ensure it’s not too oily. It’s called “Gu Lao Rou” in mandarin or “goo lou yok” in Cantonese dialect. Sweet and Sour Pork with Pineapple is not only a beloved dish in China, but quite popular in Chinese restaurants in the United States. … View Post