Gyoza vs Dumpling: Delve into the Art of Asian Dumplings

– Jiaozi is commonly served as a side dish or snack in Asia.
– Dumplings originate from China and are made of wheat flour dough wrapper filled with meat and/or vegetables.
– Dumplings can be steamed, pan-fried, deep-fried, or boiled.
– Gyoza is the Japanese cousin of jiaozi.
– Gyoza is a more recent innovation that originated in Japan during World War II.
– Gyoza has a thinner dumpling wrapper and more finely chopped stuffing.
– Gyoza is most commonly pan-fried to create a crispy texture and enhance its flavors.
– Dumplings and gyoza have different flavor, texture, and cooking techniques.

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