Aloo gobi potstickers. Aloo gobi (stir fried potatoes and cauliflower) goes next level delicious in the form of potstickers with crispy soft texture, mouthwatering filling and notes of classic Indian flavors. The unexpected combo of Indo-Chinese flavors is simply irresistible. Served with vibrant momos chutney, this sophisticated version of potstickers is perfect as an appetizer or snack.
Do you have a favorite potstickers recipe? Well, this brilliant twist will soon see you rethink the way you make these spiced morsels loaded with a much-loved Indian classic. In this recipe, the delicate dumpling wrappers act as the perfect backdrop for the complex flavors of delicious aloo gobi. If you’re pondering your next cooking project, here’s the inspiration you need. Let me talk you through the finest details of creating the perfect potstickers right in your kitchen.
Aloo gobi mixture
Simply put, aloo gobi is a basic combo of potatoes and cauliflower stir fried with aromatic spices. To make this classic Indian dish, start with spluttering cumin seeds followed by sautéing onions. Potatoes and cauliflower are then stir fried in an array of beautiful spices like ground turmeric, ground coriander, and red chili powder. Add a sprinkle of salt while cooking. When tender, sprinkle with garam masala and coriander leaves.
Make aloo gobi potstickers
I’m using gow gee wrappers to make these potstickers. You can also use wonton wrappers or regular dumpling wrappers to make them. You’ll need to place a little amount of the cooled aloo gobi mixture in the middle of the wrapper, and pleat them in a particular design to seal the wrapper. Don’t forget to watch the video to learn more about the special pleating technique.
The prepared potstickers are first fried and then steam cooked to achieve the perfect texture. To do this, heat up a little oil, fry the wrappers until they get a golden base. Then add a little water to the pan, cover and cook for a few minutes. Now, remove the lid and continue cooking until the water evaporates. And done. Perfect potstickers to delight your taste buds.
Although potstickers are usually served with a soy-vinegar dip, I like pair these Indian spiced potstickers with vibrant and spicy momos chutney. A delectable combo indeed!
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