10-Minute Potstickers with Kimchi Slaw

10-Minute Potstickers with Kimchi Slaw

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Ingredients

Adjust Servings:
10 Frozen Potstickers
1 Tablespoon (I use Toasted Sesame Seed Oil) Oil
2 teaspoons Cornstarch
6 Tablespoons Water
Kimchi Slaw
0.5 cup, finely shredded Cabbage
0.25 cup, chopped Kimchi
Optional Toppings
1 teaspoon, drizzled Sweet and Sour Chili Sauce
1 teaspoon, finely chopped Green Onion

10-Minute Potstickers with Kimchi Slaw

  • 10 minutes
  • Serves 2
  • Easy

Ingredients

  • Kimchi Slaw

  • Optional Toppings

Directions

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When I crave Asian foods and do not feel like cooking, I turn to Feel Good Foods Potstickers!

My freezer is always stocked with frozen potstickers. They are my back-up plan for when I only want to spend 10 minutes in the kitchen.

All you need is a non-stick pan and a couple of other ingredients.

The perfect and quick side dish for these potstickers is Kimchi slaw.

I love Kimchi and it’s great for your gut health!

Kimchi contains lactobacilli, which is a healthy bacteria that is found in fermented foods.

I am using the vegetable potstickers for this recipe to keep it 100% vegan but Feel Good Foods also offers pork and chicken potstickers!

To give the potstickers some crunch and a visual wow factor, I am creating a crispy top. This is also known as giving the potstickers wings!

I’ve partnered with Feel Good Foods to create this recipe!

All of their appetizers and meals are all-natural, chef-inspired and gluten-free! Find them in the frozen foods aisle of your grocery store.

Learn more about Feel Good Foods below.

 

This recipe is sponsored by Feel Good Foods.

Steps

1
Done

Make Kimchi Slaw

Start by cutting off about 1/4 of your cabbage head and wash thoroughly. You may want to discard the outer leaves.

Next, chop into fine strips. If your cabbage strips are long cut them in half then place in a large bowl.

Finely chop the kimchi then add it to the cabbage and toss.

Lastly, add 1-2 tablespoons of the kimchi juice to the slaw and toss again.

Set aside.

2
Done

Steam The Potstickers

Add 1 tablespoon of oil to a non-stick pan and heat on medium-high heat for about 1-2 minutes.

While the oil heats up, make the cornstarch slurry by combining 2 teaspoons of cornstarch with 6 Tablespoons of water in a bowl or cup.

Once the oil is hot, place the frozen potstickers into the pan. I like to arrange them in a circular pattern (see images).

After all of the potstickers are in the pan, add the cornstarch slurry and cover the pan immediately.

Allow the potstickers to steam for 8-12 minutes on medium heat.

The potstickers are done when they are soft to the touch, all of the liquid has evaporated and the cornstarch slurry has transformed into a thin and light golden crust.

3
Done

Transfer To A Plate

Using a silicon spatula, carefully run the spatula along the edges of the cornstarch crust to lightly loosen it from the pan.

Next, place a large plate (face side down) on top of your pan. Grab a hold of the pan handle and place your other hand on top of the plate to hold it in place.

Now, flip the pan upside down so that the potstickers fall onto the plate.

Since we used a non-stick pan and some oil, the potstickers should release easily.

4
Done

Serve

To serve, I love adding just a bit of sweet and spicy chili sauce on top and of course serve it with a side of that kimchi slaw and the dipping sauce that comes with the Feel Good Foods potstickers!

5
Done

About Feel Good Foods

@FeelGoodFoods offers crave-worthy flavors that are ready within minutes and built to share.

These certified gluten-free snacks and small meals are chef-inspired and made with fresh ingredients.

Not to mention, they cater to all kinds of dietary restrictions...vegetarian, dairy-free, vegan, you name it!

Head to their store locator to find some Feel Good Foods at a grocery store near you!

Joni

Hi guys, so glad you are here! My food blog is about easy, colorful and mostly healthy recipes. I grew up in Germany and have been in the states since 2002. Currently, I am living in sunny Miami, FL! Please leave me a comment if you have questions or recipe requests and also follow me on social media via @foodbyjonister. Happy cooking and eating!

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I have never had or heard of potstickers, maybe they are called something different here in New Zealand. Are they similar to dumplings? They look super tasty and love how quick and easy this!

My husband loves kimchi and I love that you added it to the cabbage for a slaw. I haven’t had potstickers in years, this sounds delicious!

What a great appetizer or light dinner idea! I love potstickers. Do you have a favorite store bought kimchi that uses only real ingredients? I would love to try the kimchi slaw too!

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