I'm kinda new to a WHOLE bunch of Japanese foods....at least preparing them, anyway.
I noticed in this video...
...that the "sheets" he's using look a lot like won-ton "sheets".
I live in Ontario, in a town called Belleville.
I'm pretty new to the town, and not sure where I'd fine the proper "sheets" for Gyoza, but I have seen the won-ton ones all over the place at the regular grocery.
I'm curious if I could sub the proper "sheet" for the won-ton "sheets"?
Would it work? Or just fall apart? :(
Also, I was wondering if I could cook them in the oven, instead of steaming them?
Or maybe even frying them in a pan (although, I'd prefer the oven)
Also, if you could give me some of you favorite recipes of Gyoza, that would get me started :)
Thanks for the help
I'm getting my Bento on:P
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