Gyoza. Freshly Made Pork Gyoza (6 pieces) Edamame: Takoyaki (6 pieces) Karaage Chicken: Karaage Tako. Octopus: Fish Cake: BBQ Cha-Shu platter: Bao “Cha-Shu & Slaw” “Karaage chicken & Slaw” (2 pieces) Chicken Cracker. Crispy Skin (Limited Supply) Mix Veggies Tempura. Lotus Chip, King Mushroom & Sweet Potato Jul 08, 2017 · Gyoza is best when enjoyed with a simple dipping sauce of soy sauce, rice vinegar, and a bit of la-yu (Japanese chili oil). It may look difficult to make Gyoza at home, but the method is fairly simple once you know how to prepare them. I think part of the fun of making homemade gyoza is the process and the room for creativity. Japanese Gyoza Bar & Restaurant in Collingwood Melbourne. **Please note we will be on holiday from the 22nd of Dec to the 10th of Jan. Jul 09, 2020 · How to Use Ponzu Sauce. This yummy sauce is incredibly versatile and everyone has their own favorite way to use it. Here are just a few ideas: As a Dipping Sauce – use it for sashimi, shabu-shabu, steamed dumplings, gyoza and more; As a Marinade – for fish, seafood, steak, chicken and pork I make gyoza all the time and this is a good recipe! I like the sesame oil. In my house we use different ingredients but I thought the carrot addition sounded good. I will try it next time. You can also try adding finely minced ginger and chopped cilantro for extra flavor. As for dipping sauce ponzu is tradition in my family. Gyoza (餃子, gyōza) are dumplings filled with ground meat and vegetables and wrapped in a thin dough. Also known as pot stickers, gyoza originated in China (where they are called jiaozi), but have become a very popular dish in Japan. The typical gyoza filling consists of ground pork, nira chives, green onion, cabbage, ginger, garlic, soy sauce and sesame oil, but some creative gyoza …