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    does anybody know what the sauce is that they use on Gyoza(dumplings)??? Im pretty sure its not just soy.

    also throw your favorite dishes recipe in here if you feel like it
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    I think over here it's similar to Dumpling sauce, which you can buy at any supermarket with a good asian section.

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    Tonkatsu sauce.
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    I go to the Tokyo Mart at Northbridge plaza for the two sauces mentioned below

    :waddles off to pantry:

    Gyoza sauce: I have a bottle at the mo and the English translation on the label is

    Moranbon Chuka Chubo Gyoza no Tare

    Make your own gyoza w fresh spring roll wrappers.

    filling

    1. finely finely shredded carrot and cabbage and a bit of chopped firm tofu.

    2. pork mince w finely chopped cabbage and fennel seeds

    3. Chicken w scant ****ake mushrooms (well soaked) and shallots

    put a little teaspoon in each wrapper, brush edge with a bit of water and fold over then pinch along rim

    In a very big flat pan heat a little peanut oil (or other frying oil). Quickly pop the little dumplings all the way around the pan til they sizzle and crisp up on the base a bit (you don't turn them). Pour in a cup or so of water (or mild stock) and cover for a few minutes to steam. Remove lid and increase heat to boil down until practically dry.

    These are pot stickers so you have to use a nice sharp spatula to get them off (I usually loosen them a little before I pour the water in but that is another step you might prefer not to bother with).

    yarrrrrrmmmmmy

    Cold soba noodles (my twice a week super nutritious, loved by the whole family special bludge for the cook dish)

    This dish needs sauce called "Ninben tsuyu no moto" you mix it up one part sauce to two parts water, so for my family of five I use about 3/4 cup sauce and 1 1/2 cups water.

    Boil soba noodles (1 bag is never quite enough)very quickly for a few minutes then rinse and plunch into a dish full of water and ice while you do the rest.

    Open a block (or two) of tofu, cut it into cubes.

    In a jug shake up sauce mix w grated ginger to taste, grated white raddish to taste and very finely chopped shallot. pour a little into each bowl.

    Serve noodles and tofu and lightly steamed broccoli in centre and let everyone help themselves and dunk away, or serve it all out into bowls in the kitchen so there are no fights over the last bits!!

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    mmm delicious.

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    thanks legs sounds awesome will defo try all
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    mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Gyozas. If not just try some soya sauce or special sauce (the sauce you put on pork rolls) and chilli sauce mixed together.

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    Light Soy and Fish Sauce seems to work too! Don't use Dark! Too salty

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    Hmmmmmmmm, Poki Tuna

    Seaweed salad - buy frozen from Jap supermarket, thaw in fridge, squeeze out excess water, place in bowl

    Sashimi grade tuna - about a cup - cut into small cubes (finger tip size)
    Add a few splashes of sesame oil
    a few splashes of ponzu sauce
    a few splashes of sashimi soy sause
    pinch of black and white sesame seeds
    the chilli sauce hamachi I think it is called
    and the japanese chilli seasoning in a very little jar but I cant remember what it is called,

    Mix and at the end add about 4 tablespoons of tobiko (flying fish eggs)

    Then place over top of seaweed and another spoon of tobiko.

    Divine and to die for!!!!

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    I actually found miso paste at coles the other day. and some terraki sauce. Both are actually japanese not some wacky western hybrid. amazing what you can dig up when you hunt around!
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    Try the Asian wholesalers in Steel St next to Dominos. Some interesting products in there. Mind you I don't know why you would need 5 kilo bags of Wasabi.
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    Originally posted by Jahoota:
    I actually found miso paste at coles the other day. and some terraki sauce. Both are actually japanese not some wacky western hybrid. amazing what you can dig up when you hunt around!
    If it the the multi small packs then it's not too bad to make sauces out of. Not the best to just make miso soup from though.
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    I LOOOOOVEEE THIS thread. Half trashed after a birthdya dinner and craving chocolate and I come into this trhread an d get remindedc of pocky and toppo........Had some stashed in the cupboard. Yuuuummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!!!!!
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    Pokey I love pokey.
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    I think I love topp o better. but then again mayb e pockyh,,,, might hgav eto tryt both.
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    Just trried the green tea flavoured kit kat too, Pocky is winning.
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    CRUNKY!!!

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    Originally posted by Legolas:
    CRUNKY!!!
    [img]graemlins/big_laugh.gif[/img] didnt buy any tho I did see it.

    Gotta say I'm a pokey fan. Love the pokey. Especially the one with nuts (hazelnuts?) as well as choc.
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    Originally posted by Legolas:
    CRUNKY!!!
    Crunky and drink on the chu-hai express.

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    mmm Gyozas yum yum
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