potstickers

Japanese snack maker develops portable gyoza you can eat anywhere, anytime

One company dared to dream.

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100-yen gyoza gadget helps you make delicious dumplings in the blink of an eye

Fulfill your craving for gyoza dumplings anytime, anywhere with this popular device from Japanese 100 yen store chain Daiso.

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Long Gyoza is Long, 160cm Long to be Exact

Who doesn’t love gyoza? I for one could eat those steamed or fried little dumplings until the cows come home. But they’re so small I never feel like I had enough.

The mighty Jumbo Gyoza of Tokyo was good in concept but seemed a little nauseating with its girth of 100 regular gyoza packed into one pocket.

This formula was improved with the appearance of Japan’s Longest Gyoza. Keeping the thickness of regular gyoza with a reasonable amount of fillings, they stretched it out to over a meter and a half.

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One Man’s Junk Food is Another Monsieur’s Gourmet

There’s this new potsticker (aka gyza, aka dumpling) restaurant that opened in Paris, that people are actually lining up to get into. We wondered what all the fuss was about, so we went there to check it out ourselves. Read More