Gyoza Recipe – Japanese Cooking 101

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This video will show you how to make Japanese Gyoza.
The recipe by Noriko & Yuko of Japanese Cooking 101 ( We only use ingredients you can easily find!


Shelah Grace Lim says: gyoza breaks apart and turns soggy after adding water.

Samantha Allen says:

Going to make these tonight with ground chicken ^_^

JapaneseCooking101 says:

Why not? Sesame oil for pan frying sounds good too!

Chris T says:

How do you make them not stick to the cast iron pan? I have such trouble with this… Thank you for the beautiful recipe they are delicious!!!

Gabby mo says:

Does it need sake

Raging Mouse says:

I want to try this so bad! Looks si delicious

Kevin Lau says:

Japanese dumplings

Name Surname says:

Can i make a big batch of these and put them in the freezer for later use? Will they cook as nicely after freezing them?

Ernesto Ruiz says:

Wow delicious!! Thanks for sharing your beautiful recipes and videos. :-‘)

redkoyote80 says:

Great recipe thanks!!!
is it possible you could make nikuman? ^^

TheLegend1245 says:

That stuff is the bomb. When I’m at the Ruby Buffet I get those all the time.

SidMaron says:

Oh, this looks delicious! *__*

JapaneseCooking101 says:

You can skip sake if you don’t want to use it. It will still come out good.

Up The Butt Charizard says:

I misheard the instructions and poured 3 cups of water into the pan…

JapaneseCooking101 says:

Sesame oil is for flavor, so if you don’t want to use it, you can simply skip it.

Ernesto Ruiz says:

+JapaneseCooking101 what is your personal favorite dish if I may ask?

Joseph Meyer says:

Gyoza was my family’s favorite seasonal creation. I use to beg my mother to make more and more batches. We use to freeze it and then cook it a little at a time. I could sit there for days nibbling through our Gyoza supply. Hell, even I learned how to make both pork and beef Gyoza. It’s that easy and delicious. American Gyoza we didn’t use the fish broth, but rather chicken broth or beef broth. Changes the flavor slightly, but nothing too bad. Just…Gyoza. Easy and fun.

Concerned Hermit says:

I would say this is Chinese recipe 🙂

evachan21 says:


fatima Alzaabi says:

Hi I would really like to try this recipe but I cant put sake (religious reasons) is there any substitute 🙂

Jenny Lynn Steiger says:

awesome! i’m an American who recently moved to Tokyo and see the gyoza wrappers every time i’m in the grocery store–they keep them right next to the ground pork! i have been wondering how to make the filling and now know thanks to you. really appreciate this video!

sweetsnob24 says:

Can i use mirin instead of sake? Thanku!

Mih Muya says:


Max Tull says:

@JapaneseCooking101 Could I use sesame oil for pan frying instead?

gaby ruiz says:

I love these

SatsuiMaster says:

Russian Pelmeni: The Japanese version.

holleysdotcom says:

Excellent!! Love this…can’t wait to have it whenever we want!!

Jeff Kang says:

this is an Chinese food.

Georgia Andrea says:

Quick question. After I poured the water and let it steamed, when done, I noticed my gyoza sticked to the pan. Before pouring the water it was fine. Why is that?

aegisofhonor says:

they sell Gyoza wraps at the International Grocery across town, I may try to make them some time.

AnniMcSally says:

I made jiaozi (the steamed chineses version) the other day and they were definetly not pretty…

Diana Alcaraz says:

can I use these in udon soup?

Codename_Unicorn says:

My boyfriend and I made these and they were so good!!! We made the dumpling wrappers from scratch (the wrappers were not very easy for beginners, and took lots of preparation). We are hoping our local Asian market carries them. We both ate at least 10 dumplings a piece. He refused to share them with our neighbors lol. We served this with brown rice, and the Sunomono recipe you provided. Amazing! Cannot wait to cook through the rest of your wonderful recipes.

Andrew Owen says:

They are burnt lol

Caroline Lukas says:

can u do a tutorial how to make the gyoza wrapper? :))

Jin Lee says:

lol they burnt the fuckin dumplings

Barbara says:

These look so good!! Can you make the wrappers yourself? I’ve never found them at the grocery store

Mazino Alexina says:

Dangit. Now I have to try this.

shayma. k.h. says:

Ok thank you ❤️❤️❤️

Adia C says:

I just loooove gyoza, its definitely one of my faves! Growing up in Japan that was one dish that was ordered regularly when my family and I were out to eat. I’m wondering if youre familiar with BAMIYAN the Chinese restaurant thats out there. If so, would you pretty pretty please show us the recipe (if possible) for that crispy, vinegar chicken dish? Its just to die for and have been searching high and low but cannot find a recipe. 


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