Potstickers Air Fryer

PHOTO: ANDREW BUI; FOOD STYLING: BROOKE CAISON

We at Delish love dumplings of all kinds. (See hot June dumplings, for example, with its homemade wrap.) But if you want something that takes a little less work (and you love using your air fryer), this recipe is all yours.

We used bacon to add both initial smokiness and an umami background. But you are free to use all of the chicken or all of the pork in this recipe. Salt and drain the cabbage is essential; you don’t want the filling to be too wet.

Serve these with a homemade dipping sauce. Or you can choose to make a sauce with a 1: 1 ratio of soy sauce and Chinese black vinegar. And of course, chilli oil would be highly recommended. Oh, and you can throw the lore out the window and dip them in some spicy mayonnaise!

Tried this recipe? Let us know how they turned out in the comments below!

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1 c.

Napa cabbage, finely chopped

4 oz.

Sliced ​​bacon, placed in the freezer for 10 minutes

3


shallot, thinly sliced

1


(1/2 “) piece of ginger, chopped

1 tablespoon.

low sodium soy sauce

1/4 tsp.

toasted sesame oil

A pinch of granulated sugar

25


to 30 gnocchi wraps

Vegetable oil, for brushing

sliced ​​shallot and dipping sauce, for serving

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  1. Put the cabbage in a colander, season with a good pinch of salt and mix. Drain in a bowl for about 10 minutes.
  2. Meanwhile, chop the bacon as finely as possible: pass the knife over the bacon until it almost resembles ground beef, about 2 minutes.
  3. In a large bowl, combine the bacon and chicken. Knead with your hands until the mixture becomes a smooth dough, 1 to 2 minutes.
  4. Squeeze the cabbage from excess moisture. Add to the chicken mixture, along with the shallot, ginger, garlic, fish sauce, soy sauce, corn starch, white pepper, sesame oil, granulated sugar, and a pinch of salt. Mix with your hands until well blended, then refrigerate until cool, about 10 minutes.
  5. Place about 2 teaspoons of the filling in the center of a gnocchi wrap. Dip your finger in some water, then slide your finger out of the wrapper. Close the dumpling and join the 2 crescent sides. Fold the edges to seal, then arrange on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Repeat with the remaining wraps and filling. Cover with a slightly damp kitchen towel until ready for cooking.
  6. Preheat an air fryer to 370 degrees. Working in batches, brush the dumplings with vegetable oil. Cook, turning halfway, until the outside of the gnocchi is crisp and an instant-read thermometer inserted in the center registers 170º, 10 to 12 minutes.
  7. Transfer the gnocchi to a serving dish. Garnish with scallions. Serve with your desired dipping sauce together.
  8. Go on: Dumplings can be made 2 months in advance. Cover with plastic and freeze, then transfer to a resealable bag and store frozen. Put the frozen dumplings directly into the air fryer. Cook for 5 minutes, then brush with oil and return to the air fryer. Continue to cook, turning halfway, for another 10-12 minutes.

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Air fryer with bacon

PHOTO: ANDREW BUI; FOOD STYLING: BROOKE CAISON

Justin Sullivan
Assistant food editor
Justin Sullivan is Assistant Food Editor for Delish, where he helps test, develop, and (of course) sample recipes like meals in a pot, easy desserts, and everything in between.

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