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Pot Sticker Stir Fry

by Johanna Cook
Johanna is the creator of Momma Cuisine and host of video series “LIVE w/ Momma Cuisine,” “Great Everyday Meals,” and “Momma Cuisine’s Food Travels.” She engages audiences with her ease of demonstrating great everyday meals while sharing her expertise in topics of lifestyle, home, family and entertaining. Momma Cuisine is about showing families that great everyday meals can be done with simple ingredients and basic cooking techniques.

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Oh, the pot sticker. Crispy and fluffy; stuffed with seafood, meats, and vegetables. Pan fried or steamed, pot stickers are an obsession of many. My kids love pan fried pot stickers. I often have frozen pot stickers in the freezer from the local Asian market.

To add some depth to the simply fried dumplings, I turned it into a quick stir fry, adding some red bell peppers and chopped cabbage. Of course, sky is the limit to the type of veggies you can put in to your own pot sticker stir fry!

What You Need:
3 tablespoons vegetable oil
1 cup water
1 pound frozen pot stickers
1 cup chopped red bell peppers
2 cups chopped cabbage, green, savor, or Napa
2 tablespoons rice wine
3 tablespoons soy sauce

What to Do:
In a wok or large frying pan, bring frozen pot stickers, water, and oil to a boil. Once it reaches a boil, turn the temperature down to a simmer, gently mixing until the water has evaporated and the pot stickers start to fry.

Cook the dumplings until they become golden brown and slightly crispy.

Add the chopped red bell peppers and gently toss for 1 minute. Add the chopped cabbage and toss with with soy sauce and rice wine. Cook until the cabbage become tender, about 2 minutes.

Serve over brown rice, white rice, or noodles.

 

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