Enjoy a 10% discount on all orders over $60

Homemade Chinese Potstickers

Crispy on the outside, juicy on the inside, Homemade Potstickers are ready in minutes. Don't forget to add this recipe to your sushi parties.

March 2, 2022
pork food icon
PotstickersPhoto By Canva
Difficulty Easy
Servings 8 people
Preparation 60 mins
Cooking 20 mins
Total 80 mins



  1. Combine all filling ingredients in a large bowl and stir until smooth.
  2. Fill the middle of a wonton wrapper with one heaping tablespoon of pork filling and brush the edges with the beaten egg.
  3. Push small pleats into one side of the wrapper with your other hand, pressing and dealing with the hand holding the potsticker in place.
  4. Repeat with the remaining filling and wrappers.
  5. Add two tablespoons of oil to a big, heavy skillet and heat over medium heat.
  6. Stack 5 to 6 potstickers on top of each other and cook for 3 to 4 minutes in a skillet.
  7. Add three tablespoons of water to the pan. Cook for 2-4 minutes, until wonton wraps and filling are tender.
  8. Repeat the process until all the potstickers are cooked.
  9. Serve with dipping sauce immediately.
Nutrition Facts
Serving Size 1 Potstickers
Serves 8
Amount Per Serving
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 14.6 g18.7%
Sodium 187 mg8.1%
Protein 3.4 g6.8%
Potassium 68 mg1.4%
Potassium 68 mg1.4%
*The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.


  • Potstickers should not be overstuffed. The size and folding style of potstickers will determine how much filling you can get.
  • Cook potstickers in 7-10 minutes or until they are hot to the touch.
  • The potsticker will expand as it cooks. The bottom should also touch the pan completely for it to be crispy.
  • Adjust the cooking time or temperature to your preference.
Rate This Recipe

Potstickers, one of the most popular appetizers of Chinese cuisine, are usually made with pork. You can also prepare steamed or fried Potstickers filled with vegetables, chicken, turkey or shrimp instead of pork, depending on your choice.

You can easily make the pan-fried crispy Potstickers at home. For a large party, this recipe is both practical and delicious. Prepare ahead of time or at party time. This delicious Homemade Potstickers recipe will be the perfect party food.

Are Dumplings and Potstickers The Same?

Dumplings have a doughy outside and a meat or vegetable filling inside. Potstickers are steamed or fried Chinese dumplings filled with ground pork and vegetables.

Potstickers have a crispy exterior because of how they're cooked, which isn't the case with most people's conceptions of dumplings.

What To Serve with Potstickers?

Dipping sauces for potstickers are a terrific accompaniment to the dish. Most people preferred to be served warm.

Although you may buy sauce in a bottle, making your sauce is considerably more flavorful and convenient. Soy sauce and Chinese black vinegar are the ingredients in the dipping sauce, which could be homemade.

Here are our delicious recipes that you can serve with Potstickers:

How To Store Potstickers?

Potstickers could be preserved by freezing through a bag for 1-2 hours, wrapping the tray tightly in plastic wrap, and freezing for one month. Can store the food in the freezer for three months.

Recipe byPetite Gourmets

Did you make this recipe?

Tag @PETITEGOURMETS using the hashtag #PGRECIPES and share on Instagram. We'll feature you on our site.

Shop on Petite Gourmets