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RECIPE: Superbod Astrid's Tuna Gyoza

It was a memorable time for the Century Tuna Everybod Superbod 2020 winners and finalists as the country is still under quarantine and limited movement. You can read the story here: Century Tuna Everybod Superbod 2020 

In line with the #StayStrongPilipinas the finalists has come up with healthy recipes. 

Superbod Astrid's Tuna Gyoza

Tuna Filling

2 cans (180g) Century Tuna Chunks in Vegetable Oil, drained

1/2 cup chopped spring onion

1/4 cup grated ginger

1 tbsp grated garlic

1/4 cup minced onion

1 tsp minced green chili

1/4 tbsp sesame oil

1 pc egg, beaten

20 pcs dumpling wrapper

*** oil for frying

*** toasted sesame seeds

Dipping Sauce

1/4 cup black vinegar

1 tbsp soy sauce

*** chili garlic sauce

Procedure:

In a bowl, combine Century Tuna, spring onion, ginger, garlic, onion and chili. Mix well.

Drizzle with sesame oil and add egg. Mix well.

Fill each dumpling wrapper with 1 tbsp of tuna filling and seal with water.

Fry or steam tuna dumpling until wrapper is fully cooked. 

Arrange cooked tuna gyoza on a platter, sprinkle with sesame seeds. Serve with dipping sauce.


I opted to fry the gyoza instead of steaming it. 


Idatakimasu !!!






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