Garnelen Gyoza auf einem hellen Teller fotografiert
HONEST CATCH Shrimp Gyoza Verpackung auf weißem Hintergrund
Garnelen Gyoza auf einem hellen Teller seitlich fotografiert
Garnele Weißfußgarnele Litopenaeus vannamei auf weißem Hintergrund
Garnelen Gyoza auf einem hellen Hintergrund fotografiert
Garnelen Gyoza auf einem hellen Teller fotografiert
HONEST CATCH Shrimp Gyoza Verpackung auf weißem Hintergrund
Garnelen Gyoza auf einem hellen Teller seitlich fotografiert
Garnele Weißfußgarnele Litopenaeus vannamei auf weißem Hintergrund
Garnelen Gyoza auf einem hellen Hintergrund fotografiert

Shrimp Gyoza

Steamed and lightly grilled

CHF 7.75*

CHF 3875 / kg

Shrimp gyoza are an integral part of Japanese cuisine and are also very easy to prepare at home. With a filling of shrimp, cabbage, Chinese chives, garlic and ginger, this gyoza variant is much lighter than the classic version and can be served in a variety of ways. Only natural ingredients are used.

Ready in just 5 minutes

Made from 28 % shrimp

No colorants, no preservatives

Perfect for the pan, steamer or microwave

Variants:

Add to cart Sold out Amount not available
Information about Click & Collect

Product description

Authentic shrimp gyoza preparation


Traditionally, gyoza are filled with pork, but the speciality of this product is the prawn filling. The gyoza are made without additives such as colourings, preservatives or flavour enhancers. To prepare, fry the frozen gyoza in a preheated pan with 2 tablespoons of oil for 1 minute over a medium heat until the skin is lightly browned. Then reduce the heat to medium-low, add 5-6 tablespoons of water to the pan and cover with a lid. The gyoza are steamed in this way until no more water is visible. This way they are nice and crispy on the outside and soft and juicy on the inside. But the gyoza are also super easy to make in the microwave. Simply place them on a plate, add 2 tbsp of water, cover and cook the gyoza in the microwave for approx. 2 minutes at 750 watts. Alternatively, the gyoza are ready in a (bamboo) steamer after 5 minutes in hot steam.

A special feature of the preparation is the use of starch water, which is added to the pan until it is golden brown. This crispy starch water can then be eaten together with the gyoza.

honest-catch-shrimp-gyoza-tabmedia-1.jpg
honest-catch-shrimp-gyoza-tabmedia-2.jpg

Diverse tradition: the world of filled dumplings


Gyoza, also known as potstickers, are traditional Japanese dumplings. These filled dumplings have developed from their Chinese origin, jiaozi, into such a popular dish that Japan has its own speciality restaurants and gyoza izakayas (Japanese sake bars serving gyoza). In the cuisines of other cultures, dumplings similar to gyoza are also found under other names, such as wan tan in Chinese cuisine, pierogi in Polish cuisine or Maultaschen in German cuisine. In Germany, Maultaschen are widespread, while gyoza are available but less well-known than the traditional Maultaschen.
The gyoza are served hot with soy sauce, black vinegar or sweet and hot chili sauce. They are also particularly delicious with edamame and dip.

Perfect for:

Japan fans

Spicy dips and sauces

Asian courts

Authentic shrimp gyoza preparation


Traditionally, gyoza are filled with pork, but the speciality of this product is the prawn filling. The gyoza are made without additives such as colourings, preservatives or flavour enhancers. To prepare, fry the frozen gyoza in a preheated pan with 2 tablespoons of oil for 1 minute over a medium heat until the skin is lightly browned. Then reduce the heat to medium-low, add 5-6 tablespoons of water to the pan and cover with a lid. The gyoza are steamed in this way until no more water is visible. This way they are nice and crispy on the outside and soft and juicy on the inside. But the gyoza are also super easy to make in the microwave. Simply place them on a plate, add 2 tbsp of water, cover and cook the gyoza in the microwave for approx. 2 minutes at 750 watts. Alternatively, the gyoza are ready in a (bamboo) steamer after 5 minutes in hot steam.

A special feature of the preparation is the use of starch water, which is added to the pan until it is golden brown. This crispy starch water can then be eaten together with the gyoza.

honest-catch-shrimp-gyoza-tabmedia-1.jpg

Diverse tradition: the world of filled dumplings


Gyoza, also known as potstickers, are traditional Japanese dumplings. These filled dumplings have developed from their Chinese origin, jiaozi, into such a popular dish that Japan has its own speciality restaurants and gyoza izakayas (Japanese sake bars serving gyoza). In the cuisines of other cultures, dumplings similar to gyoza are also found under other names, such as wan tan in Chinese cuisine, pierogi in Polish cuisine or Maultaschen in German cuisine. In Germany, Maultaschen are widespread, while gyoza are available but less well-known than the traditional Maultaschen.
The gyoza are served hot with soy sauce, black vinegar or sweet and hot chili sauce. They are also particularly delicious with edamame and dip.

Perfect for:

Japan fans

Spicy dips and sauces

Asian courts

honest-catch-shrimp-gyoza-tabmedia-2.jpg

Ingredients

Variants: 200 g, 8 pieces of 25 g each

Ingredients : 28% shrimp, white cabbage, water, chives, soybean oil, modified tapioca starch, wheat flour, ginger, onions, soy sauce, soybeans, wheat, salt, sugar, garlic, vegetable extract powder, maltodextrin, carrot


Allergens : wheat, gluten, crustaceans, soy, sesame


Storage & Shelf Life :

Store this product in the freezer at a minimum of -18°C until the best-before date printed on the pack. Keep in the refrigerator for 24 hours and in the freezer compartment of the refrigerator for 3 days.

Nutritional table (per 100 g)

Calorific value (kJ/kcal) 823/211
Fat (g) 8.2
- of which saturated fatty acids (g) 1.3
Carbohydrates (g) 28
- of which sugar (g) 1.8
Dietary fiber (g) 1.1
Proteins (g) 6.4
Salt (g) 0.88

Origin

Produced and packaged in Thailand by Thai Tapas. The white-legged prawn Penaeus vannamaï contained in the product is also bred and processed in Thailand.

Packing & Shipping

Reviews

Enable Marketing Cookie "reviews-io" to see this content.