Life Skills

Cooking: Potstickers

In this class, students will learn to make the Japanese style of fried and steamed dumplings, "Gyoza".
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Completed by 12 learners
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Class

75 minutes

per class

Meets once

11-16

year olds

3-5

learners per class

per learner

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Description

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 A family favorite dish in our home, gyozas are often found at our gatherings and celebrations. 
A complete list of measurements, supplies and ingredients will be available after enrollment

Japanese Gyoza
1 lb raw ground pork 
(substitutes: 3 cups diced shiitake mushrooms, 1 block crushed firm tofu, 1 pound ground turkey)
head cabbage, finely chopped
chives, finely chopped
shiitake mushroom, finely chopped
garlic, grated prior to class
ginger
soy sauce
sesame oil
sake ** see article below for an explanation
garlic salt
black pepper
80 round gyoza wrappers 
(please do not substitute with square wonton wrapper, lumpia wrappers or spring roll wrappers) 


Dipping sauce:
soy sauce
Japanese rice vinegar
sesame oil
mirin ** see article below for an explanation
water


Large none-stick pan to fry, 
Large cover that fits over the pan 
Parchment or wax paper to line tray where raw gyozas will b placed after filling
large bowl for filling
small bowl for dipping sauce
cutting board
knife
wooden spatula
measuring spoons



https://www.justonecookbook.com/sake-mirin/
1 hour 15 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Parental advisory: 
A Sharp knife will be used in class to prep ingredients
A hot stove is needed 
A hot pan is used in class
Hot oil and hot water is used in class

Parents are welcome off-screen to help and assist their learners when we begin the frying and steaming process of the Gyoza.

Teacher

Sandra Oda
🇺🇸
Lives in the United States
20 yrs Teaching Experience: Public, Private & Homeschool
500 total reviews
409 completed classes

About Me

Aloha! My name is Sandra Oda.
I was born, raised, and still reside on our beautiful island of Oahu in Hawaii. I hold a TESOL certificate and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Speech Communication. I have taught over 700 students on Outschool and have... 
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