Veggie Pot Stickers

Kudos to my friend Meredith who made these at our girls night where we each made a healthy app!  These things are AMAZING!

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What You Need:

*Makes 12 pot stickers:

  •   6-7 mushrooms
  •   1/2 pepper (green, yellow, or red)
  •   5-6 green onion stalks
  • 2-3 cloves minced garlic
  • Bragg’s Liquid Aminos (soy sauce alternative)
  • Nasoya won ton wraps

Directions:

  • Dice up mushrooms, pepper, green onions. add oil to skillet–add green onion and peppers. Cook for 2 minutes. add garlic and mushrooms. Stir in soy sauce substitute (about 1/4 a cup then add more once it dries out some). Add a little water and cover mixture to allow peppers to get soft.
  • Once mixture is cooked, add a small fork-full to center of wonton wrapper. wet the edge of the wrapper using some water and seal the wonton closed.  Place wrapped wontons on a paper towel or plate
  • Once all of the mixture has been used, add oil to the same pan you previously used. Allow it to heat, add pot stickers, pour enough water to cover the bottom of the pan, and cover them. Allow them to simmer on medium heat for about 2 minutes. You can flip them over to cook both sides…just make sure they don’t burn!

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10 responses to “Veggie Pot Stickers

  1. Mm, I love potstickers! Thanks for checking out Life Is Like A Dumpling 🙂

  2. bodybyemmy

    Those look amazing! I’m going to try these for sure. I LOVE potstickers!

  3. sarahjmir

    wow – these look GOOD!!!

  4. Hi Samantha, wow these look great! My husband loves potstickers and since a lot of them are not vegan it’s been tough finding some good ones. We’ll have to try your recipe! Thanks for stopping by and liking my post Lessons Learned: How to Make Almond Milk. I hope you’ll find recipes to keep you happy and healthy! Cheers!

  5. This is such a great idea – they look amazing! Did you find the wonton wraps at whole foods?

  6. This looks delicious! I’ve made wontons before I changed up my eating habits, and have been searching for a healthier alternative. Thanks for the wonderful recipe, I’m sure the hubby will enjoy this :)!

  7. Hmmm, thank you so much Samantha for this recipe, I really love potstickers.

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