22 Nov Easy-Peasy Mexican Chorizo Potstickers!
Photo and recipe courtesy of OhThatsGood.com
It’s an Asian and Mexican fusion with this recipe! Your favorite Mexican chorizo flavors with a twist of wonton wrappers and a unique unforgettable flavor that your whole family will love! We would like to thank the chefs at OhThatsGood for this recipe!
- Hot chili oil
- 2 Tbsp vegetable oil
- 12 Wonton wrappers
- 1 Tsp kosher salt
- 3 Tbsp cilantro, chopped
- ½ White onion, chopped
- 8 oz Mexican chorizo crumbled
- ¼ Tsp cracked black pepper
- 3 Roma tomatoes seeded and chopped
- 1 Cup Mexican rice (white or brown rice)
- 2 Jalapeño peppers, chopped, membranes and seeds removed
- 1 Cup black beans, cooked and well drained I used Centro canned beans
- ¾ Cup Ponzu sauce ( or low-sodium soy sauce with lemon juice )
- Over medium heat sauté the chorizo until cooked through.
- Add the chopped jalapeños, chopped Roma tomatoes, chopped white onion and cook until the onions are semi-translucent and the jalapeños softened.
- Add the black beans and rice, stir to incorporate, then add the cilantro, salt, and pepper. Set aside until cooled down.
- Remove 12 wonton wrappers from the package and keep covered with plastic food wrap until needed.
- Get a small bowl of water ready to moisten your finger to seal the wonton wrapper edges.
- One at a time take a wonton wrapper out of the plastic wrap. Place a tablespoon of filling in the center of the wonton wrapper.
- Dip a finger into the water and moisten all four edges of the wrapper. Pull the edges of the wrapper together, matching up the points.
- Press the edges together firmly to seal. (If any filling gets into the seal push it back in.)
- Make 3-4 pleats on each edge, squeezing tightly to help seal the potsticker.
- Heat the oil in a large non-stick skillet over medium-low heat. Fill a ¼ cup measuring cup with hot water.
- Once the skillet is hot, place the dumplings on the flat bottoms. Allow the bottoms to brown but not burn.
- Fill a ¼ cup measuring cup with hot water.
- Once the bottoms are a nice golden dark brown, cover the skillet with a lid.
- Quickly lift the lid just enough to pour in ¼ cup hot water. Immediately place the lid back on the skillet.
- Allow the potstickers to steam until the water is absorbed and the wrappers are translucent.
- Remove the potstickers to a serving platter and garnish with cilantro or scallions. Serve hot with dipping sauce.
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