Santa Fe Pot Stickers

SANTA FE 1Hey Loves, you have to try these. On the menu, super flavorful Santa Fe Pot Stickers. Flavorful, as in OMG mouthwatering addiction…give me more!

If you have been with me for a while, you know that my adorable husband Brad is a restaurateur and with that comes amazing recipes and us spending time together cooking up courtship in the kitchen “we love cooking together-smile-giggle-giggle.” This is definitely a top-secret dish we were inspired to create together after trying something similar at a restaurant we love.

There are several key sauces that make this dish so delish. I made a trip to my favorite Seaside Market knowing they would have only the best of the best in sauce choices. I perused the isles for frozen chicken pot stickers, an amazing teriyaki-Veri Veri, a natural sweet and spicy sauce-Go-Chu-Jang by Annie Chuns and I already have Brads cilantro sauce waiting at home (here is an alternate recipe for you). You can always contact Seaside Market here to get the same sauces.

I have the recipe details below. I’m dying to hear what you think after trying the recipe? Let me know and smooches.

Santa Fe Pot stickers



Santa Fe Pot StickersRecipe, Santa Fe Pot Stickers:

What you need:
1 bag of frozen pot stickers
¼ to ½ cup of teriyaki
¼ cup Go Chu Jang
Sriracha hot sauce for dots
2 to 3 Tbl olive oil

Prepare a steamer and bring water to a boil. Rub the frozen pot stickers generously with oil, so they don’t bind to one another. Place them in the steamer for about 2 to 3 minutes. You don’t want them fully cooked. Remove them from the steamer and place on a rack or tray.

Prepare your dish presentation by squeezing the cilantro sauce onto the plate creating little green circles. Drop a dot of the Sriracha hot sauce in the middle of the green.

Heat two tablespoons of olive oil to medium high. Place the steamed pot stickers into the heated oil and gently brown. Add the teriyaki and the sweet spicy sauce and coat the pot stickers until the sauces create a glaze on the pot stickers. Remove them from the pan and place on the plates in a fan pattern. Yum and enjoy!xoxo, JulieI do receive compensation from Seaside Market. However, the opinions in the blog are 100% authentically all mine. More on my disclosure policy.

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