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i made too many gyoza so i froze some. my question is, am i supposed to pan fry them directly out of the freezer? or should i let them thaw first?

when theyre fresh i pan fry, pour water in the pan and cover the lid so they steam and then let them crisp up again once the water is evaporated
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>>14503564
Deep pan, oil hot, gyoza solid ice, drop all in at once,.....,profit!
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Guess it depends a bit on the size but just dropping them into the pan frozen should be fine. Just maybe give it a bit more time to steam.
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>>14503606
i was thinking the oil might splash as the bottom thaws though
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>>14503611
Unless you have some bad freezer burn that shouldn't be any more of an issue than with fresh dumplings.
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>>14503564
Just wait a bit.
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>>14503564
I usually simmer in water then pan fry them brown
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>>14503564
In Russia we fry pelmeni right out the freezer without any water.



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