Filled with prawn, ginger and spring onion, these lightly fried dumplings are simple to make, and full of bright flavours.
Blend the prawns, spring onions, cabbage, garlic and ginger in a food processor with the soy sauce.
Fry the mixture in a pan for two minutes
To make each dumpling, hold a gyoza wrapper in the palm of your hand and add one teaspoon of the filling mixture. Wet the edges with a little water and seal the dumpling, pinching along the edges to create a fan shape.
Heat the groundnut oil in a pan that has a lid. Place the parcels in the pan, add five tablespoons of water and one tablespoon of soy sauce and cook for four minutes with the lid on.
Mix the dipping sauce ingredients together and serve.
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