Gyoza Wrappers

  • Myojo Gyoza Wrappers

    Gyoza wrappers (餃子の皮) are used to make Gyoza, Japanese pan-fried potstickers. Japanese gyoza wrappers imported from Japan are even smaller in size than what we can get in the US.

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    Where to Get Gyoza Wrappers

    I use this Myojo brand Gyoza wrappers that I get from the refrigerator or freezer section of the Japanese grocery store. Unfortunately, they are perishable and not available online. You can purchase the gyoza wrappers in Japanese and Asian grocery stores, as well as local grocery stores. If they carry fresh Asian ingredients, gyoza wrappers should be in the same section as tofu, wonton wrappers, etc.

    How to Thaw Frozen Gyoza Wrappers

    Defrost in the refrigerator overnight or on the counter for 60 minutes (depending on the amount and room temperature). Do not defrost in the microwave.

    Myojo Gyoza Wrappers

    Important: Keep Gyoza Wrappers Moist

    Once the package is opened, make sure to keep them covered under a damp paper towel or plastic wrap; otherwise, the edges will start to dry out and can’t be used.

    Homemade Gyoza Wrappers

    If you can’t find gyoza wrappers, you can make homemade gyoza wrappers, with just flour, salt, and water.

    Gyoza wrappers in the making.

    Gyoza Wrappers

    How to Fold Gyoza

    Next, you might want to check how to fold Gyoza. I’ll show you that in this step-by-step tutorial.

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    How to Fold Gyoza

    Gyoza Recipes

    Gyoza served on a plate.

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    A white oval plate containing Vegetable Gyoza and dipping sauce.

    Vegetable Gyoza

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