Gyoza help

ichigo001
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I've been making gyoza for quite a while and have wanted to start putting them in my lunches. However, for some reason I don't quite know, they turn out soggy (which tastes just fine!) and not very bento-friendly. Is there anything I can do to assure that they won't turn out like this? Thank you :D

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Jiza
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Re: Gyoza help

mmm.. I usually put them in my bento and are just ok. You should try to let them completely cool down before closing the bento.

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ichigo001
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Re: Gyoza help

I'll try that, thank you!

maki
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Re: Gyoza help

As Jiza says, cooling them off completely before closing the lid on your bento box is important. You can also try frying them on both sides, to have a crispy surface, which can be quite nice when cold surprisingly enough.

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