Gyosas

Linda Griffith

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@sothernladee

I got this recipe from an old friend down in Florida. My husband was military and I treasure the wonderful recipes that I received from friends who had spent time in places such a Guam or Europe and I love sharing these with you. This was a recipe from Japan and one of my familiy's favorites. The original recipe called for MSG but I don't use it but you can if you like.


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Serves:

6

Prep:

1 Hr 50 Min

Ingredients

1 pkg
wonton skins (double pack) can be found in the refrigerated ethnic area of the super market
1 1/2 lb
ground beef (92%) not cooked
1 small
onion (diced)
2 medium
eggs, (beaten)
1/4 c
soy sauce, low sodium have extra for dipping
1 Tbsp
sea salt and pepper (half of each)
1 c
canola oil

Directions Step-By-Step

1
On a flat surface, lay your wonton skins down, one at a time, keeping the others covered with a dish cloth to prevent drying out.
2
Add all of the ingredients together except for the oil and wonton skins...Mix well with your hands. Roll mixture by hand into small pecan size balls.
3
Make sure that your meat is not too big. You can't stretch wontons to fit, they break. Taking the top left point and the bottom right point of wonton, bring together making a triangle. With water or egg white, rub both sides of trangle together to help make it stick. Take the botton two points and bring them together and use water to make them stick. Most packages have this method of folding on the back of the package.
4
Fry only six or seven at a time in the hot oil until browned. Keep a eye on them because they brown really fast. Put them in a bowl as they are cooked, with a lid. Sprinkle with teriyaki or soy sauce and cover with lid. You can make a dip out of hot mustard, pinch of sugar and soy sauce and mayo....Serve with fried rice...Delicious

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Beef