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Avocado Edamame Potstickers

February 23, 2015     Views 1,397     Grabbed 2     Grab    
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Avocado Edamame Potstickers

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Ingredients

1 ripe avocado, one half reserved, the other half chopped
1 lb. shelled, fully cooked edamame (measured after shelling; I used pre-shelled frozen edamame from Whole Foods), divided
1” ginger, minced
3 cloves garlic, minced
1 small head bok choy, stem and leaves separated, stem diced and leaves thinly sliced
1 bunch scallions or green onions, thinly sliced
1 tb. coconut sugar or brown sugar
2 and ½ tb. soy sauce or tamari
1 and ½ to 2 tb. sriracha or other chili sauce
½ tb. toasted sesame oil
¼ tsp. ground white pepper
½ tb. rice vinegar or other light vinegar
1 package circle-shaped wonton wrappers, or a recipe of homemade dumpling dough

Instructions

Add half of the avocado and about three quarters of the cooked edamame to a blender. Blend until smooth, adding just a splash of water if needed. If you don't have a blender that's small/powerful enough to handle this, then you should thoroughly mash together the avocado and edamame instead.

Put the mixture in a mixing bowl. Add the remaining edamame and chopped avocado, ginger, garlic, bok choy, green onions, and seasonings.

Stir to combine and add any other seasoning to taste.

Prepare at least one baking sheet lined with parchment paper or a Silpat-type liner. Keeping the unused wrappers or dough covered, place a small scoop of filling in the center of a wrapper.

Using water, lightly wet around the edge of the wrapper. Fold it in half and use your fingers to cinch it closed. Place the filled dumpling on the prepared baking sheet. Repeat with remaining dumplings.

Cook according to package or dough instructions. Serve with your favorite dipping sauce - I use a simple mixture of tamari and sriracha.

These freeze very well - freeze uncooked potstickers on the baking sheet in a single layer. When they are fully frozen, you can transfer them to an airtight container. This is so that they don't freeze together into a giant dumpling blob. They can go straight from the freezer to the pan when you're ready to cook them.

Fried Wonton Folding Instructions:
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Wonton cooking instructions:
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Pan fry. In a non-stick pan, drizzle cooking oil. Place wontons in the pan, cook on high heat. Cook on high heat for about 1 min, till the bottom is golden.

Pour some water in the pan. The amount of water depends on the pan sizes. Water should cover the bottom of wontons.

Caution! The pan is very hot at this point, please cover the pan with lid when you add the water. The water boils/steams the wontons so the filling is cooked.

After most of the water has vaporized (takes about 7 mins), remove the lid. Cook on high heat until the bottom is golden brown.


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