Try Trader Joe’s Chicken Gyoza Potstickers

Trader Joe's Chicken Gyoza Potstickers

Trader Joe's Chicken Gyoza Potstickers

These tasty and easy to cook items are wonderful to have stashed in the freezer until you need them. They cook from frozen so they can be prepared last minute if, say your plans change and you are at home some night instead of going out. They are also easy to make, perfect for the beginner cook!

Trader Joe’s Chicken Gyoza Potstickers make fantastic and different “Game Food” too! We have been enjoying them while watching the World Cup! (OK—a fairly international snack as well, right?) But they would be just as tasty during, say a baseball game as well.

Trader Joe’s Chicken Gyoza Potstickers are delicious for the above mentioned reasons and so much more! We used to get Potstickers when we would go out to eat in Kansas City at one of our favorite Restaurants, Bo Lings. So you can imagine how excited we were to see a package of Potstickers in the freezer case at Trader Joe’s.

These are so easy to make, you just won’t believe it!

Heat a large non-stick pan with a lid over medium heat until hot. Then pour in a little olive oil and add the potstickers ( maybe 5 or so per person?). Let them brown up in the oil, say 5 minutes or so until the color on the flat side is nice and golden.

Trader Joe's Potstickers browning in the Pan

Trader Joe's Potstickers browning in the Pan

Next, add about ¼ cup of hot water to the pan and cover with the lid. Allow the potstickers to cook in the steam until fully heated, say 5 more minutes. (You might need to add more water if it evaporates before the potstickers are heated up, so pay attention the first time you cook these, just to make sure)

Yep! That is it! Now they are ready to serve.

We like to sprinkle the Potstickers with soy sauce or when we are feeling really creative, we make a little dipping sauce with soy sauce, sesame oil and some sliced green onions. YUM!

We hope you get a chance to try Trader Joe’s Chicken Gyoza Potstickers soon and not wait to discover them in the frozen case like we did.

Have you tried these Potstickers? What did you think?

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6 replies
  1. Katie
    Katie says:

    Ohhhh…. I love these things. At first, I looked at the serving size and though, “Seven? Seven potstickers? No, I don’t need that many.” Well, tonight I had twelve. Because they’re that yummy. Good thing I made up for it by having a spinach ginger smoothie (also recommended on this site) for breakfast. Thanks for the tips!

  2. Delaina & Kris
    Delaina & Kris says:

    Glad that you liked the pot stickers and the smoothie recipes. I think that Potstickers are the best go-to fast food to have in the freezer for “those nights” Cheers! Kris

  3. Whit
    Whit says:

    Hi, These things are frozen, if you put them into a fry pan, it’s…exciting 😀

    The better way to cook them is to boil them first. This gets rid of the ice and defrosts them. Drain in a single layer on a plate for 30-45mins.

    Now fry them, they are slightly crispy – not crunchy, much safer and taste better this way IMHO.

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