Surprise Gyoza

by on September 23, 2006
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Surprise Gyoza

What surprise lurks in the heart of this Japanese gyoza dumpling?

Peach and Pluot Gyoza

Surprise! It’s peaches and pluots. And it’s my entry in the Sugar High Friday Surprise Inside event, which Alanna was sweet enough (get it?) to let me enter late.

This one’s easy; in fact, taking the photos took much longer than making this simple dessert. Plus, I had the help of my assistant, the lovely Ms. E., in putting them together, so it can truthfully be said that even a child can make these.

I'm ready for my close-up Gyoza

Makes a nice afternoon snack for…um…let’s say 3 people. E. said, and I quote, “5-stars, kid-friendly, recipe of the week!”

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1 Savannah March 1, 2012 at 9:11 am

Hey there! I was wondering what the nutritional value was of this recipe?
Thanks!

xx
Savannah

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2 Susan Voisin September 29, 2012 at 12:06 pm

Sorry it took me so long, but I now have nutritional info up for this recipe.

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3 Jim B September 29, 2012 at 1:39 pm

My heart now runs on bypass. Your recipes make that old heart sing. Thank you. I think your site is enhanced with pictures, but I do not need the pictures in the printed recipes. On the sites that use instruction pictures, the download can become unwieldy, and most any picture just takes up unnecessary space on an in-the-kitchen recipe sheet. You might provide a link for people that want to repeat the recipe on another web site, so the pictures can appear there.

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4 Allyne September 29, 2012 at 1:56 pm

Printer layout looks good! I’m glad it fits in one page, and you still get the little photo. Stars don’t distract me, they are a keeper too!

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5 Caroline September 29, 2012 at 2:07 pm

I agree with you re the stars. Distracting. Also, I do not like the Prep Time, Cook Time and Total Time being so prominent. And why the total time? We all add. When I hit the Print box, I was disappointed that it went directly to Print mode. Sometimes I want the print page to save in my files. Couldn’t do that now.

I so much appreciate your constant efforts to get us and keep up on the vegan track, and I really appreciate your always wanting to improve your website.!

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6 Mary Ferguson September 29, 2012 at 2:19 pm

Hi – I don’t own a microwave. What is the best way to complete the first step without one? Many thanks.

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7 Susan Voisin September 29, 2012 at 2:30 pm

You can cook it in a small saucepan on the stove for about 3-5 minutes, stirring constantly.

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8 Sue baker September 29, 2012 at 5:49 pm

I like to print out my recipes on a 4 by 6 index card. I almost always have to leave out a lot of information to get them to fit on just two sides.
My 3 ring binder was getting to unwieldy to use. with the cards, I can easily search through the file.

So while I appreciate your efforts, it doesn’t really help me much at all. What would be helpful is a selection to print on a 4 x 6 index card.

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