Wild Goose Pan Fried Dumplings
Ingredients dumpling filling mix:
2 cups of ground goose meat (you can substitute any ground meat for this)
1/2 cup of teriyaki sauce ( we used Kikkoman GF brand)
1/4 cup of chopped green onions
1/4 cup of minced garlic
1/2 teaspoon ginger
1 teaspoon pepper
1 teaspoon onion powder
1/2 teaspoon salt ( optional due to the high salt content in the teriyaki sauce)
Ingredients for dumpling shell:
2 cups of all purpose flour (we used Cup4Cup all purpose GF flour)
3/4 cup of warm water
1 egg (only required if using GF flour)**
1 egg yoke
1 teaspoon salt
In a mixing bowl combine all ingredients from the dumpling filling mix.
Fold in all ingredients making sure to blend evenly so mixture is uniform and set aside.
To make the dumpling shell or dough, simply place flour into a mixing bowl, add warm water and blend until a dough forms. If you own a kitchen aid mixer you can use this on low setting with the dough hook. **(There is no yeast in this recipe so you do not have to wait for yeast activation)**
Once dough is firm and holding together, coat your hands with some flour and place dough ball on a baking mat or floured surface.
Cut smaller pieces from the dough and begin rolling dough out until paper thin.
Take a pastry cutter or use a small tea cup and create circles from the rolled out dough.
Take the floured dough circles and one by one roll out each one a little more so they are just about see through thin.
If available use a dumpling press, otherwise place the circle dough on a floured surface and with a teaspoon scoop out some filling mixture and place in the center of the dough.
Fold the top over the filling and place on a hard surface.
Crimp the ends of the dough with a fork to create a seal.
After a plate full of dumplings are created it is now time to cook.
Heat up some fry oil in a pan(we used coconut oil) and place the dumplings in the fry pan and cook on med heat for 2 min each side.
Once both sides of dumplings are browned pour 2 tbsp of water into the fry pan and cover pan with a glass lit. (be careful of splatter, this will steam the dumplings and finish cooking them from the inside without burning the outsides)
Remove from heat and let stand on a paper towel, serve with your favorite dipping sauce.