Fried Pork Dumplings with Soy Bean and Okara (Soy Pulp)

Cook time:25 minutes Good For: Blood Sugar, Metabolic Syndrome Key ingredients: Soybeans Calories:234 kcal
Try these for anti-aging and healthy diet.
Soybeans contains lots of vitamin, calcium, iron, and mineral to help cleaning the blood, making healthy body, and preventing aging. It has important nutritional ingredients which are isoflavones, soybean saponin, and soybean lecithin.


  • 6 Gyoza (Pastry) Sheet
  • 20cc (0.676 fl oz) Water
    For Ingredient of Gyoza (Dumpling)
  • 100g (3.53 oz / 0.22 lb.) of Cooked Soybeans
  • 40g (1.41 oz / 0.09 lb.) Nagaimo (Chinese Yam)
  • 2 piece of Garlic
  • 40g (1.41 oz / 0.09 lb.) Carrot
  • 1/3 Onion
  • 6 Nira (Chinese Chives)
  • 2 tbsp Virgin Olive Oil
  • 6 tbsp Okara (Bean Curd)
  • Salt and Pepper
    For Sauce
  • 3 tbsp Vinegar and Soy Sauce
    For Seasoning
  • Some Karashi Mustard Paste


  • Place the boiled soybeans in a plastic bag and mash it by hand
  • Peel a nagaimo (Chinese Yam) and grate it
  • Separately mince garlic, carrot, and onions
  • Finely chop a nira (Chinese Chives)
  • In a frying pan, heat some virgin olive oil
  • Add the garlic, onion, and carrot, and stir fry
  • Add the nira, and stir frying until everything tenderizes
  • Transfer to a bowl, and add the mashed soybeans, okura, and grated nagaimo
  • Season with salt and pepper, and thoroughly mix by hand
  • Wrap an appropriate amount mixture in a gyoza pastry sheet
  • Use water to seal a sheet, and seal a gyoza by folding the edges firmly
  • In a frying pan, heat some virgin olive oil
  • Fry the gyoza lightly at low heat
  • Add 20cc (0.676 fl oz) of water, and cover with lid and steam, and serve

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