Saturday, October 10, 2009

A happy Saturday

So I decided to make pot stickers this weekend. Hehe. At the rate I'm going, I think I'm going to aim for learning a new recipe every Saturday.

I'm so excited because I've never made pot stickers from scratch. When I was a kid, I helped my mother fold pot stickers from time to time but I never paid attention to how the filling was made. Looking back, I realized my parents really made practically everything as homemade as they could. For a time, they even made their own wrappers! :-O

Here they are freshly folded. I made 52 total!


But ended up gobbling down 6 for dinner.


The recipe is from Steamy Kitchen. I love her picture tutorial that shows you how to fold them too. My mods were added chopped onions, garlic, and pepper. I made them all with pork and omitted the shrimp. I just realized I'm now talking about food as if they're FO's.


On the knitting front, I'm still letting Henley Perfected sit. But in the meantime, Shalom Cardigan II is going really quickly and hopefully it will be done in another week.

9 comments:

betty said...

Yum! Looks like they came out with that really nice crispy bottom, which is the best part.

Journeying Five said...

They look delicious. I would love to learn how to make them!

Siga said...

Yummy! I got hungry just looking at your pics. ;-)

mle said...

Those look sooooo yummy! There was a recipe for those in last months Everyday Food and they looked so good I had to try them. They turned out delicous but I had troubles with some of them falling apart in the boiling water.

Lisa said...

they look soo good I feel like I can smell them right from the computer! hope you enjoyed eating them :)

Jasmine's Mommy said...

Great job on the pot stickers! Yum!

Your so (multi-) talented!!!! =)

Carin said...

Your pot stickers are beautiful! Thanks for including a link to the recipe! I'd love it try it, too.

Philigry said...

i am so excited about this post! I love potstickers but have never made them, yours look so yummy! I am going to make these!
If i ever do sell the bags from a coat in my shop, i will let you know. i have been thinking about it.

Yarnhog said...

Those look amazing! Yum!