Pot Stickers With Sauce
Pot Stickers are a wonton wrapper filled with a pork mixture, boiled, browned in a skillet and drizzled with a delicious homemade sauce. I don’t know if it is the wonton wrapper, the filling or the sauce that I love the most, I really think it is the combination of all three together. I completely updated this recipe to make it easier to follow.
To see the step by step directions with pictures and a printable recipe card click HERE.
Categories: Dumplings, Pork/Ham, Sauces, Snacks/Appetizers, Vegetables/Slaws/Salads
Looks wonderful, Diane ~ thanks for sharing 😊🌹
You’re welcome Phil and thank you!!!
This is so great! I love pot stickers! 😊
Thank you I think this recipe is as good as the restaurants. Have a wonderful weekend! ❤️
My goodness, that looks delicious! I don’t know whether I will be able to wait until the sauce cooked, before I eat them ☺️.
Awe thank you!
You’re so smart, Diane, and that looks so yummy! BTW, I made the Slow Cooked Corned Beef—yummy! 😊
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Thanks Mitzy! I could eat these every week. I had to do an overhaul on the recipe steps with pictures. It was one of my first recipes I had posted and it was awful. It’s amazing how much we learn as time goes by. So glad you liked the corned beef. I am going to make the corned beef casserole again next week. Have a great weekend! 💕
I love that you include printable recipe cards! My grandkids love these!
I had the worse time figuring out the coding for the recipe card. I don’t code anything else but after many chats with WP I figured it out. I’m with your grandkids, I LOVE these. Thank you Dorothy!
Right now, I’m so frustrated with WP that I can’t imagine trying to happily start a new project!
I heard one person say WP was getting rid of the classic version next year (again). Haven’t heard it from anyone else though. I agree, things keep getting messed up on my site when I don’t change a thing! It is very frustrating for people like me that aren’t that computer savvy.
WP won’t even let me use the Classic Editor any longer, and now my theme apparently is no longer being supported. Ugh!
Oh no that really stinks Dorothy!
We just got some at a restaurant….
Now you know how to make your own. Lol
They sure do look yummy and you make it look so easy.
Thank you Bernadette! They are easy but time consuming. Then my husband took them out of the freezer to get to something underneath them and forgot to put them back…ALL ruined!
I haven’t made such dumplings yet. Thanks for the recipe. You will always find something interesting to do.
Thank you Ultra! They are very delicious Ultra. I hope you get a chance to try them, one of my favorites. 💕
i love pot stickers. These looks really good.
These are as delicious as the restaurant. Thank you Christy. ❤️
That looks so delicious, Diane! The combination of ginger and green onion is always a winner and with pork too. I love that you boil them first before lightly frying them. And the homemade sauce sounds great.
Thanks so much Ab! These are one of my favorite dumplings! It’s amazing I am still married as my husband took them out of the freezer to get to something below them and forgot to put them back. Yes, completely ruined all of them as I found them the next day….ugh!
He needs to do dishes for a month to make it up to you!
This looks so delicious. Thank you for the recipe. I will try making this soon.
You’re welcome I could eat them every week! ❤️
In my old neighborhood,THE Bronx, we called them fried ravioli.
Wow you taught me something new! Our ravioli are square and usually filled with cheese. ❤️
Oh that looks delicious!
My favorite appetizer Jo! Thanks so much! 🌺
Thanks so much! 💐
Thanks for the recipe – I love these and have never attempted to make them before… You have given me a reason to try!
You’re welcome and I am so glad Ray! They really are easy to make but they do take time and they are worth every minute!
So perfectly done , looks yum!
Wow thank you for your nice comment Nisha! 🌹
They look phenomenal 😍
Thank you for your kind words! 🌻
Hmm – I’ve never tried these and it’s been ages since I had Chinese food and that might have been my mom’s Chop Suey that she made once a year. Not her favorite I think. 🙂
These are so good Linda. They have everything in them that I love. That’s funny, I’m not crazy about chop suey either. I’ve tried it many times but just don’t like it.
Chop Suey is kind of blah, isn’t it?
Thanks for sharing one of my favorite appetizers! ❤️
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Me too Donna! Wish I could try your options!