These vegan potstickers are better than takeout with a tasty mushroom and veggie filling and homemade wonton wrappers to ensure that they’re vegan! Once you’ve mastered these bad boys, you’ll never order takeout again!
This recipe for vegan potstickers has been one of the most popular recipes on the blog since I first published it two years ago. And for good reason, it’s tasty! Now, it may look complicated to make vegan potstickers, that’s why I’m updating this recipe with a video so you can see how simple it really is!
The first thing you’re going to need is vegan wonton wrappers. You can get them in some supermarkets but many of you have commented that they’re not that easy to find. So that’s why I did this recipe for vegan wonton wrappers. As you’ll see in the video, it’s simply flour and water and it’s one of the easiest types of dough to make.
I use a pasta maker to roll out the dough and it makes very quick work of it. If you don’t have a pasta maker, you can use a rolling pin and roll them out by hand. It’ll take longer, but it works.
Try to roll out the dough as thin as possible without it tearing when you fold your potstickers. Since I’m not a Chinese grandmother yet, I roll my dough out a touch on the thick side in order to make it easier to handle.
So while your dough is resting, prepare the filling for your vegan potstickers. This is a simple mix of sautéed mushrooms and veggies seasoned with sesame oil. You can change up anything you want in the filling; add tofu, edamame, cilantro, peppers, whatever.
There are a few different ways you can fold a potsticker. I use my thumb to make pleats down the length of the potsticker (see video). It might look fancy, but this is only my third time making vegan potstickers so the technique is easy to pick up after a couple tries!
To cook your vegan potstickers, first fry them in a bit of oil so they get that nice crispy bottom. Carefully pour in a bit of water (being careful to not get splashed with hot oil!) and quickly cover the pan. Steam until tender then uncover and crisp those bottoms up again.
Mix up a quick dipping sauce and serve them hot! You’re gonna love these vegan potstickers!
Wanna see how easy vegan potstickers are to make? Watch the video and share it of Facebook!
Serving Size: 1 potsticker
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 42 Total Fat: 1g Saturated Fat: 0g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 1g Cholesterol: 1mg Sodium: 201mg Carbohydrates: 6g Net Carbohydrates: 0g Fiber: 1g Sugar: 0g Sugar Alcohols: 0g Protein: 1g
Note: Use store bought or make your own with this recipe.
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