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  1. #1
    [email protected] Guest

    Default Pot Stickers

    I've come to fall in love with the pot stickers at TGI Fridays, but I can't get
    there that often as the closest is 20 miles away. But I just saw pot stickers in
    the frozen food aisle at the grocery today. I want to try them but I'd like to
    know what the dipping sauce is. Has anyone had them at TGIF's? If so, do you
    know what they serve for dipping? It's a very thin sauce. Could it be straight
    soy sauce or would that be too salty? Thanks.


  2. #2
    sf Guest

    Default Re: Pot Stickers

    On Sun, 08 Jun 2008 03:24:13 -0400, [email protected] wrote:

    >I've come to fall in love with the pot stickers at TGI Fridays, but I can't get
    >there that often as the closest is 20 miles away. But I just saw pot stickers in
    >the frozen food aisle at the grocery today. I want to try them but I'd like to
    >know what the dipping sauce is. Has anyone had them at TGIF's? If so, do you
    >know what they serve for dipping? It's a very thin sauce. Could it be straight
    >soy sauce or would that be too salty? Thanks.


    Worry more about the flavor of the frozen pot stickers than the
    dipping sauce.

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  3. #3
    sf Guest

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    On Sun, 08 Jun 2008 03:24:13 -0400, [email protected] wrote:

    >I've come to fall in love with the pot stickers at TGI Fridays, but I can't get
    >there that often as the closest is 20 miles away. But I just saw pot stickers in
    >the frozen food aisle at the grocery today. I want to try them but I'd like to
    >know what the dipping sauce is. Has anyone had them at TGIF's? If so, do you
    >know what they serve for dipping? It's a very thin sauce. Could it be straight
    >soy sauce or would that be too salty? Thanks.


    Worry more about the flavor of the frozen pot stickers than the
    dipping sauce.

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    [email protected] Guest

    Default Re: Pot Stickers

    Thanks but no replies needed. I should have Googled it first. Several sites list
    the TGIF recipe. Thanks anyway. (And I'd try to make the pot stickers myself but
    I have NEVER had any luck making dough.)


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    [email protected] Guest

    Default Re: Pot Stickers

    Thanks but no replies needed. I should have Googled it first. Several sites list
    the TGIF recipe. Thanks anyway. (And I'd try to make the pot stickers myself but
    I have NEVER had any luck making dough.)


  6. #6
    George Guest

    Default Re: Pot Stickers

    sf wrote:
    > On Sun, 08 Jun 2008 03:24:13 -0400, [email protected] wrote:
    >
    >> I've come to fall in love with the pot stickers at TGI Fridays, but I can't get
    >> there that often as the closest is 20 miles away. But I just saw pot stickers in
    >> the frozen food aisle at the grocery today. I want to try them but I'd like to
    >> know what the dipping sauce is. Has anyone had them at TGIF's? If so, do you
    >> know what they serve for dipping? It's a very thin sauce. Could it be straight
    >> soy sauce or would that be too salty? Thanks.

    >
    > Worry more about the flavor of the frozen pot stickers than the
    > dipping sauce.
    >

    But it is TJ fridays. I can't imagine someone is making real dumplings
    and sauce in the back like you would get at a real restaurant.

  7. #7
    George Guest

    Default Re: Pot Stickers

    sf wrote:
    > On Sun, 08 Jun 2008 03:24:13 -0400, [email protected] wrote:
    >
    >> I've come to fall in love with the pot stickers at TGI Fridays, but I can't get
    >> there that often as the closest is 20 miles away. But I just saw pot stickers in
    >> the frozen food aisle at the grocery today. I want to try them but I'd like to
    >> know what the dipping sauce is. Has anyone had them at TGIF's? If so, do you
    >> know what they serve for dipping? It's a very thin sauce. Could it be straight
    >> soy sauce or would that be too salty? Thanks.

    >
    > Worry more about the flavor of the frozen pot stickers than the
    > dipping sauce.
    >

    But it is TJ fridays. I can't imagine someone is making real dumplings
    and sauce in the back like you would get at a real restaurant.

  8. #8
    Nancy Young Guest

    Default Re: Pot Stickers


    <[email protected]> wrote

    > I've come to fall in love with the pot stickers at TGI Fridays, but I
    > can't get
    > there that often as the closest is 20 miles away. But I just saw pot
    > stickers in
    > the frozen food aisle at the grocery today. I want to try them but I'd
    > like to
    > know what the dipping sauce is. Has anyone had them at TGIF's? If so, do
    > you
    > know what they serve for dipping? It's a very thin sauce. Could it be
    > straight
    > soy sauce or would that be too salty? Thanks.


    My favorite pot sticker sauce is Dynasty brand Pot sticker Gyoza
    Dipping Sauce. I can't find it in the stores so I will be trying to
    recreate it myself.

    Ingredients: Water, Soy Sauce, Distilled Vinegar, Sesame Oil, Salt
    Garlic, Capsicum.

    Anyone want to advise me about the last item? I know capsicum is
    pepper, but in what form and what type I should use?

    While you're at it, you should try making your own pot stickers, it's
    well worth the effort. I make up a lot and freeze them on a sheet
    so they don't stick together. Once they are frozen, put them in a
    freezer bag. The reason for this is you wouldn't just make
    12 pot stickers, at least I wouldn't. While you have all the ingredients,
    you make a whole recipe.

    Scroll down on this website for the recipe:

    http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=17548

    nancy


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    Nancy Young Guest

    Default Re: Pot Stickers


    <[email protected]> wrote

    > I've come to fall in love with the pot stickers at TGI Fridays, but I
    > can't get
    > there that often as the closest is 20 miles away. But I just saw pot
    > stickers in
    > the frozen food aisle at the grocery today. I want to try them but I'd
    > like to
    > know what the dipping sauce is. Has anyone had them at TGIF's? If so, do
    > you
    > know what they serve for dipping? It's a very thin sauce. Could it be
    > straight
    > soy sauce or would that be too salty? Thanks.


    My favorite pot sticker sauce is Dynasty brand Pot sticker Gyoza
    Dipping Sauce. I can't find it in the stores so I will be trying to
    recreate it myself.

    Ingredients: Water, Soy Sauce, Distilled Vinegar, Sesame Oil, Salt
    Garlic, Capsicum.

    Anyone want to advise me about the last item? I know capsicum is
    pepper, but in what form and what type I should use?

    While you're at it, you should try making your own pot stickers, it's
    well worth the effort. I make up a lot and freeze them on a sheet
    so they don't stick together. Once they are frozen, put them in a
    freezer bag. The reason for this is you wouldn't just make
    12 pot stickers, at least I wouldn't. While you have all the ingredients,
    you make a whole recipe.

    Scroll down on this website for the recipe:

    http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=17548

    nancy


  10. #10
    Nancy Young Guest

    Default Re: Pot Stickers


    <[email protected]> wrote

    > Thanks but no replies needed. I should have Googled it first. Several
    > sites list
    > the TGIF recipe. Thanks anyway. (And I'd try to make the pot stickers
    > myself but
    > I have NEVER had any luck making dough.)


    You buy the gyoza wrappers from an oriental market,
    assuming you have one nearby.

    nancy


  11. #11
    Nancy Young Guest

    Default Re: Pot Stickers


    <[email protected]> wrote

    > Thanks but no replies needed. I should have Googled it first. Several
    > sites list
    > the TGIF recipe. Thanks anyway. (And I'd try to make the pot stickers
    > myself but
    > I have NEVER had any luck making dough.)


    You buy the gyoza wrappers from an oriental market,
    assuming you have one nearby.

    nancy


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    kuvasz guy Guest

    Default Re: Pot Stickers

    On Jun 8, 9:28*am, "Nancy Young" <rjy...@comcast.net> wrote:
    >
    > Scroll down on this website for the recipe:
    >
    > http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=17548
    >
    > nancy


    I think it's time for an rfc road trip to the Dumpling House...

    ..fred

  13. #13
    kuvasz guy Guest

    Default Re: Pot Stickers

    On Jun 8, 9:28*am, "Nancy Young" <rjy...@comcast.net> wrote:
    >
    > Scroll down on this website for the recipe:
    >
    > http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=17548
    >
    > nancy


    I think it's time for an rfc road trip to the Dumpling House...

    ..fred

  14. #14
    Andy Guest

    Default Re: Pot Stickers

    Nancy Young said...

    >
    > <[email protected]> wrote
    >
    >> I've come to fall in love with the pot stickers at TGI Fridays, but I
    >> can't get
    >> there that often as the closest is 20 miles away. But I just saw pot
    >> stickers in
    >> the frozen food aisle at the grocery today. I want to try them but I'd
    >> like to
    >> know what the dipping sauce is. Has anyone had them at TGIF's? If so, do
    >> you
    >> know what they serve for dipping? It's a very thin sauce. Could it be
    >> straight
    >> soy sauce or would that be too salty? Thanks.

    >
    > My favorite pot sticker sauce is Dynasty brand Pot sticker Gyoza
    > Dipping Sauce. I can't find it in the stores so I will be trying to
    > recreate it myself.
    >
    > Ingredients: Water, Soy Sauce, Distilled Vinegar, Sesame Oil, Salt
    > Garlic, Capsicum.
    >
    > Anyone want to advise me about the last item? I know capsicum is
    > pepper, but in what form and what type I should use?
    >
    > While you're at it, you should try making your own pot stickers, it's
    > well worth the effort. I make up a lot and freeze them on a sheet
    > so they don't stick together. Once they are frozen, put them in a
    > freezer bag. The reason for this is you wouldn't just make
    > 12 pot stickers, at least I wouldn't. While you have all the

    ingredients,
    > you make a whole recipe.
    >
    > Scroll down on this website for the recipe:
    >
    > http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=17548
    >
    > nancy



    nancy,

    Let's cook!

    Andy
    What could possibly go wrong... go wrong... go wrong...?

    <smootch>

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    Andy Guest

    Default Re: Pot Stickers

    Nancy Young said...

    >
    > <[email protected]> wrote
    >
    >> I've come to fall in love with the pot stickers at TGI Fridays, but I
    >> can't get
    >> there that often as the closest is 20 miles away. But I just saw pot
    >> stickers in
    >> the frozen food aisle at the grocery today. I want to try them but I'd
    >> like to
    >> know what the dipping sauce is. Has anyone had them at TGIF's? If so, do
    >> you
    >> know what they serve for dipping? It's a very thin sauce. Could it be
    >> straight
    >> soy sauce or would that be too salty? Thanks.

    >
    > My favorite pot sticker sauce is Dynasty brand Pot sticker Gyoza
    > Dipping Sauce. I can't find it in the stores so I will be trying to
    > recreate it myself.
    >
    > Ingredients: Water, Soy Sauce, Distilled Vinegar, Sesame Oil, Salt
    > Garlic, Capsicum.
    >
    > Anyone want to advise me about the last item? I know capsicum is
    > pepper, but in what form and what type I should use?
    >
    > While you're at it, you should try making your own pot stickers, it's
    > well worth the effort. I make up a lot and freeze them on a sheet
    > so they don't stick together. Once they are frozen, put them in a
    > freezer bag. The reason for this is you wouldn't just make
    > 12 pot stickers, at least I wouldn't. While you have all the

    ingredients,
    > you make a whole recipe.
    >
    > Scroll down on this website for the recipe:
    >
    > http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=17548
    >
    > nancy



    nancy,

    Let's cook!

    Andy
    What could possibly go wrong... go wrong... go wrong...?

    <smootch>

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    aem Guest

    Default Re: Pot Stickers

    On Jun 8, 6:28*am, "Nancy Young" <rjy...@comcast.net> wrote:
    >
    > My favorite pot sticker sauce is Dynasty brand Pot sticker Gyoza
    > Dipping Sauce. *I can't find it in the stores so I will be trying to
    > recreate it myself.
    >
    > Ingredients: Water, Soy Sauce, Distilled Vinegar, Sesame Oil, Salt
    > Garlic, Capsicum.
    >
    > Anyone want to advise me about the last item? *I know capsicum is
    > pepper, but in what form and what type I should use?
    > [snip]


    I'd think dried red pepper flakes would be easiest. You could use the
    whole dried red chiles that Asian markets have but it's hard to
    control heat using them. -aem

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    aem Guest

    Default Re: Pot Stickers

    On Jun 8, 6:28*am, "Nancy Young" <rjy...@comcast.net> wrote:
    >
    > My favorite pot sticker sauce is Dynasty brand Pot sticker Gyoza
    > Dipping Sauce. *I can't find it in the stores so I will be trying to
    > recreate it myself.
    >
    > Ingredients: Water, Soy Sauce, Distilled Vinegar, Sesame Oil, Salt
    > Garlic, Capsicum.
    >
    > Anyone want to advise me about the last item? *I know capsicum is
    > pepper, but in what form and what type I should use?
    > [snip]


    I'd think dried red pepper flakes would be easiest. You could use the
    whole dried red chiles that Asian markets have but it's hard to
    control heat using them. -aem

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    Nancy Young Guest

    Default Re: Pot Stickers


    "aem" <[email protected]> wrote

    On Jun 8, 6:28 am, "Nancy Young" <rjy...@comcast.net> wrote:
    >
    >> My favorite pot sticker sauce is Dynasty brand Pot sticker Gyoza
    >> Dipping Sauce. I can't find it in the stores so I will be trying to
    >> recreate it myself.

    >
    >> Ingredients: Water, Soy Sauce, Distilled Vinegar, Sesame Oil, Salt
    >> Garlic, Capsicum.

    >
    >> Anyone want to advise me about the last item? I know capsicum is
    >> pepper, but in what form and what type I should use?
    >> [snip]


    >I'd think dried red pepper flakes would be easiest. You could use the
    >whole dried red chiles that Asian markets have but it's hard to
    >control heat using them.


    Perfect, thanks!

    nancy

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    Nancy Young Guest

    Default Re: Pot Stickers


    "aem" <[email protected]> wrote

    On Jun 8, 6:28 am, "Nancy Young" <rjy...@comcast.net> wrote:
    >
    >> My favorite pot sticker sauce is Dynasty brand Pot sticker Gyoza
    >> Dipping Sauce. I can't find it in the stores so I will be trying to
    >> recreate it myself.

    >
    >> Ingredients: Water, Soy Sauce, Distilled Vinegar, Sesame Oil, Salt
    >> Garlic, Capsicum.

    >
    >> Anyone want to advise me about the last item? I know capsicum is
    >> pepper, but in what form and what type I should use?
    >> [snip]


    >I'd think dried red pepper flakes would be easiest. You could use the
    >whole dried red chiles that Asian markets have but it's hard to
    >control heat using them.


    Perfect, thanks!

    nancy

  20. #20
    Nancy Young Guest

    Default Re: Pot Stickers


    "kuvasz guy" <[email protected]> wrote

    >On Jun 8, 9:28 am, "Nancy Young" <rjy...@comcast.net> wrote:
    >
    >> Scroll down on this website for the recipe:

    >
    >> http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=17548


    >I think it's time for an rfc road trip to the Dumpling House...


    Heh, is that next to the Potsticker Palace?

    nancy

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