Gyoza: Fry Up Some Fun! Cooking Workshop
Sunday, November 22 from 10:00 a.m. until noon
RESOBOX Gallery – 41-26 27th Street, Long Island City (Between Queens Plaza North and 41st Avenue)
Admission: $40 (includes all materials)
Gyoza is the Japanese word for dumplings or pot-stickers, which are usually pan-fried but can be steamed or boiled as well. They are filled with ground meat and vegetables and wrapped together in thinly rolled sheets of dough which are sealed by pressing the edges together.
Although gyoza originated in Northern China, the technique was adopted in Japan after Japanese troops traveled to the country during World War II and learned of the cuisine. Now, it’s a popular dish eaten around Japan with slight differences from the original.
In this workshop with Chef Mitsuru Kita, you will learn how to chop and mix your filling, wrap, and pan-fry your gyoza with ease! Once completed, you’ll be able to make gyoza right in your own home!
- Introduction to different types of gyoza
- Prepare all ingredients (Cut and Mix)
- Wrap your own gyoza
- Pan-fry your gyoza
- Taste your gyoza
For more information, please visit RESOBOX’s website.