Easy Sausage and Shiso Leaf Gyoza.
You can cook Easy Sausage and Shiso Leaf Gyoza using 4 ingredients and 17 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Easy Sausage and Shiso Leaf Gyoza
- It’s 12 of pieces Wiener sausages.
- Prepare 12 of sheets Gyoza skins.
- You need 6 slice of Sliced cheese.
- Prepare 12 of leaves Shiso leaves.
Easy Sausage and Shiso Leaf Gyoza instructions
- This is all you need for the ingredients. You don't even need any seasoning!.
- Place a shiso leaf on a gyoza skin..
- Add a piece of sliced cheese on top..
- Place a wiener sausage on top..
- And roll it up!.
- Once it is rolled up like this, place it seam-side down..
- Repeat this for a total of 12 rolls. I did not have enough shiso leaves… as you can see..
- Heat the skillet over high heat. Spread the oil evenly, about 1 mm deep, and heat up the oil..
- Once the oil is hot and makes a sizzling sound, reduce heat to medium and shallow-fry the gyoza-wrapped sausages! The key is to place them seam-side down! You can tell from the photo, right!?.
- Let them cook for 2 minutes until golden brown! Flip and fry them for another 2 minutes!.
- Cut them diagonally in half and serve them on a plate and enjoy!.
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