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Japanese Home Cooking: Gyoza (potstickers)

Makiko Orser, Illustrator/Graphic Artist/Portrait Photographer

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7 Videos (14m)
    • Trailer

      1:58
    • Ingredients

      2:06
    • Make Fillings

      1:17
    • Wrapping Gyoza

      3:03
    • Flying Gyoza

      1:59
    • Time to eat

      0:55
    • Thank you

      2:29

About This Class

This class is for anyone who wants to make Japanese style potstickers called Gyoza at home. 

Gyoza is one of everyday food for Japanese people, and it is quite simple and easy to make, not to mention it is yummy! Also you can learn how to adjust recepi for your own favorite taste. For bonus at the end, there are a few tips for what to get at a Japanese market.

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yum! Well done.
straightforward and clear instruction. i appreciate that the instructor covered how to adopt to various diets (veg!) and various tastes. the detailed pics of ingredient packaging was especially helpful. thank you makiko!
I was stationed on Okinawa. My friends and I would seek out Gioza, looking for the next great place to eat Gioza. I've attempted to make my own, sadly, failed. This video is excellent. Looking forward to making my own Gioza this week.

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Makiko Orser

Illustrator/Graphic Artist/Portrait Photographer

Hi I'm Makiko Orser. I've been working as a freelance illustrator, graphic artist on the side of having a successful portrait photography studio in Michigan. I have a degree in graphic design from California College of the Arts, have experienced in character designs and novelty items and children's magazine publishing from Tokyo, Japan, San Francisco, Los Angeles and New York, USA. Still I love learning new tips and techniques, creating and exploring and be inspired. Hope to see you in my cla...

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