Frozen Gyoza In Air Fryer. How to cook your favourite Itsu gyoza in the air fryer from frozen in just a few short minutes.
You will love how easy it is (and tasty too) plus it works well with any brand of gyoza in the air fryer.
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By now I am sure you know (if you are a regular visitor to Recipe This) that I love frozen Asian food in the air fryer.
Its just amazing as a dump it in and then serve it on a platter with a dip kind of food.
Just this month I have shown you air fryer frozen samosas, air fryer frozen onion bhajis, air fryer frozen dumplings, air fryer frozen potstickers and let’s not forget about yesterday and air fryer frozen bao buns.
Today is another member of the dumpling family and you will love gyozas in the air fryer.
No matter what the filling is, or the sauce you are dipping your gyozas into, its fast, its crispy and its tasty the air fryer way.
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Can You Air Fry Frozen Gyoza?
Yes, you can air fry frozen gyozas and you will love how crispy they are and how quick they cook in the air fryer.
Even better, compared to many air fryer appetizers, they leave very little mess in the air fryer basket for you to clean up later.
You can also mix and match in the air fryer as a LOT of air fryer frozen foods carry a similar cook time, so you can have a few different appetizers cooking together.
What Is The Best Frozen Gyoza?
The best frozen gyoza is the Itsu chicken gyoza. I have tried a few different ones, but none compared to how great the chicken gyoza from the Itsu brand tastes.
If you have not tried Itsu yet, then its also their brand we featured yesterday in our frozen bao buns, and it never disappoints, and you can buy Itsu from many supermarkets in its frozen food section.
Potstickers Vs Gyoza
I often get asked gyoza vs dumpling and what is the difference. After all, gyoza is a type of dumpling and doesn’t that just make it a potsticker?
Well, potstickers and gyozas are both types of Chinese dumplings. But with a gyoza it’s a much thinner wrapper and are much harder to make through fear of breaking the wrapper.
And with the gyoza it’s the filling that is celebrated most and the fillings in a gyoza are delicious and you must try them!
The benefit of cooking frozen gyoza in the air fryer, is its magical ability to make a crispy gyoza.
You can add extra virgin olive oil spray for extra crispiness or keep them as they are, and they will naturally create a crisp.
Or if you would like a golden colour and crispiness, you can brush your frozen gyoza with egg wash before air frying.
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Air Fryer Gyoza Ingredients
Gyozas – It starts with your favourite brand of frozen gyozas that you would like to air fry. I recommend Itsu chicken gyozas the most as they are the nicest that I have ever tried.
Sauce – I also love to have a dipping sauce with my air fryer gyozas. Its all about personal choice but I love either hoisin sauce or some sweet chilli sauce.
Then for the kitchen gadgets that we have used in this frozen gyozas in air fryer recipe it has just been our Cosori air fryer. We have this one and its wonderful for many types of air fryer recipes.
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How To Cook Frozen Gyoza?
- Load. Remove your frozen gyoza from the packaging and place in the air fryer basket.
- Cook. Air fry for 6 minutes at 180c/360f.
- Serve. Then load into a serving platter with your favourite Chinese dipping sauce.
And I am sure you can see now how easy it is to cook gyoza in the air fryer and why it is a firm favourite for a quick appetizer.
How Long To Air Fry Frozen Gyoza?
Air frying gyoza takes JUST 6 minutes. This is because they are rather small and don’t need a long cook time to cook through and get crispy for you.
Though, when air frying gyoza, make sure you don’t over fill the air fryer, otherwise they will not be crispy and will stick together.
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Frozen Gyoza In Air Fryer
- 1 Pack Itsu Gyozas
- Remove your frozen gyozas from its packaging and spread out in the air fryer basket.
- Air fry for 6 minutes at 180c/360f.
- Serve with your favourite dipping sauce and enjoy.