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Next best deal other than Coles’ previous deal on KB’s prawn Gyoza 50% off 750gr.
These are great, although they arent super strong prawn tasting :)
This is hands down the best supermarket Gyoza! The filling is very meaty and moist.
I honestly don't get the down votes. I agree they are quite nice.
Yes…'meaty and moist' 👀
Coles half price deal comes to 11.33$ /kg
Also chuck in a "10SALE" if you're over $150 total basket for a $10 discount.
For all those that love gyoza, dumpling etc…
Is there a better brand of prawn gyoza that are actually this price at full price, may be in an asian store around Eastwood, Epping, Carlingford, Chatswood area?
I find this brand has the best Chinese style dumplings
Gyoza is technically Japanese? but found it had to find really good ones here, this is my favorite since I love the instant noodles
I remember when KB's was 1kg and $9.90 on special, worth it then, now not so much.
thanks mate. I will try them out.
Yeah any Koran supermarket cheaper, probably more nasties and msg in most, but not really worth the full price.
PS are vego 40% off too, couldn't see on the site
the mr chen ones are made in vietnam, these are made in thailand according to the pic on the ww site. both sound dodgy, but are these less dodgy?
i trust th over vn
Gyoza is a Japanese word, not Chinese.
By your logic gyoza is English
The chinese word is Jiaoza which is expressed in simplified chinese PinYin system. Gyoza may be the traditional chinese PinYin.The PinYin system is to use english letter to tell how a chinese character is pronounced.
How Many sushi shops are run and owned by Japanese lol
What's the best way to cook these?
Yup wanna know this too
what about steam?
Pan fry in oil (not olive oil) to crispen up the skin
Pour a splash of water in pan and cover.
Repeat step 2 a few times after water has gone.
Dip in soy sauce mixed with sugar and ginger. Or Korean red chili paste (gochujang) if you want to be fancy.
why not olive oil though?
Just a waste of expensive oil ig, you can use it but they probably use whatever frying oil they have for that (Canola, Sunflower etc)
I found cooking with olive oil on high heat give out unpleasant flavour.
@timhn: Exactly, it tastes Sh!t with Asian cooking style.
Personal preference but I don’t like the fruity/nutty taste of olive oil in Asian food.
I would recommend peanut or sesame oil. LIke others said, Olive oil just doesn't blend well with Asian cooking imo.
You should find a way to add the right amount of water before covering, if you "repeat step 2 a few times" you will lose the steam, if you put enough water on step 2 you won't need to take the lid off.
i just steam 'em! using the 3 tier steamer..
kmart is pretty good if you can find stock in your area- https://www.kmart.com.au/product/3-tier-food-steamer/824505
The way we cook those is we use a steamer, we use baking paper so they don’t stick, because we don’t have those proper Asian steamers.
Assume you take it out straight from freezer before cooking.
Step 1: put oil in (not olive oil), put them nicely sitting on a flat pan.
Step 2: put medium amount of water in, say cover about 2-3mm of each gyoza. Put lid on straight away. This step is to use steam to cook through the frozen part but not burning the skin.
Step 3: open the lid after a several minutes (I say 3 to 5) to check if cooked through. If not, cover it again.
Step 4: once cooked through, open lid to let the water dry up and this will also crisp up the skin. Then just check every 30 to 60 sec if the skin is what you want. It can be crispy without burning them.
Really expensive for 1kg frozen gyoza even at these prices.
show me another one which is as tasty, either cant taste the prawn or the dumpling wrap is weird and gooey
what's everyone's go to chilli oil? (Yes i know these aren't dumplings :P )
Please let me know as if you find a decent one. Even those in Asian groceries are not quite what I expect so I end up making it myself…
I love La-Yu Chilli oil. It’s made with sesame oil and goes with most Asian food
This Japanese one is good. Most major Asian grocery chains should stock them or something similar.
Lao Gan ma for me
thanks, all. will do some more reading and short listing. @dankkap - that's just the oil though, without chilli?
Chilli sesame oil but no actual chunks of chilli in it
didn't these use to be under 10 bucks?
48 calories per dumpling! what the (profanity)..
Eqiv 3 tsp sugar lol
Maybe won't get them, pretty unhealthy just look at the ingredient list in general. Half price isn't cheap anyway
Oh I didn't need to know that. I easily eat 15 or more at a time. Eeek