Estrema Vegan Makeover: Gyoza e verdure con soia salsa piccante Edition

E 'estate e questo significa frutta e verdura fresca. Vi aspettiamo tutto l'anno per i nostri sapori dolci e succulenti preferiti per tornare in stagione. Alcuni di noi arrivare a far crescere le nostre verdure, alcuni di noi vanno a mercati contadini, e alcuni di noi piace la migliore selezione presso il negozio.

But what happens when you don’t have access to any of the summer’s bounty? What about when it’s winter? What if, come me, you’re on the move a lot and fresh veggies don’t travel very well? That’s when I put on a sweater and hit the frozen food aisle.

I stock up on frozen fruits and vegetables so I always have some on hand. Then I don’t have to worry about them going bad before I can use them and they are easily portable in the cooler bag. Frozen fruits and vegetables are a lot less expensive and they are just as healthy (sometimes even more so) as fresh because they are frozen at the peak of their freshness.

Trader Joe’s has a large variety of frozen foods so the possible combinations of recipes are endless. Given that I’m not at home, I have to use whatever I have on hand but you can use whichever veggies are your favorites. This time I took bags of Thai Vegetable Gyoza, Haricot Vert, Broccoli Florets, and Soycutash.

I had to improvise with the sauce because I don’t have my whole pantry of condiments with me so I’ve included the original recipe and the one I actually used this time. Keep in mind that nothing needs to be defrosted and this is a one-pot dish so it’s super easy even on really hot days.

Gyoza and Vegetables with a Spicy Soy Sauce

1 bag frozen vegetable gyoza
1 bag frozen broccoli florets
½ bag frozen haricot vert
1 bag frozen soycutash (or just mix corn, peppers and edamame)
2 cucchiaino. olio di canola

For sauce (original):
1 tbs. low-sodium soy sauce
3 tbs. aceto di riso integrale
1 tbs. olio di sesamo tostato
1 tbs. teriyaki or Hoisen sauce
1 cucchiaino. chili oil
1 spicchio d'aglio, tritato

For sauce (improvised):
1 tbs. low-sodium soy sauce
2 tbs. aceto di mele
1 tbs. salsa teriyaki
1 tbs. BBQ sauce
½ cucchiaino. salsa calda
Fondamentalmente, mix whatever you got until you find a taste you like.


Heat a large deep skillet with 1 cucchiaino. olio di canola. Add the frozen gyoza directly to the pan. Lasciate cuocere 3-4 minutes on each side until browned. Togliere dalla padella e mettere da parte.

Aggiungere l'olio rimasto nella padella. Carefully add the frozen broccoli, haricot vert and soycutash and sauté about 5-6 minuti, until tender and cooked through. While the veggies are cooking, preparare la salsa.

Togliere dal fuoco, add back the gyoza and the sauce. Mix well and serve. Questo è tutto. Facile, breezy, freezy!


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2 Le risposte alla Estrema Vegan Makeover: Gyoza e verdure con soia salsa piccante Edition

  1. sfacciato Novembre 5, 2011 a 2:45 pm #

    OMG, I must try this! I have tried the Gyoza before, but I have always felt that something was missing! I believe this is the answer!

  2. Rae Luglio 30, 2010 a 6:30 su #

    That sounds fabulous and easy. I may have to try making this one, thanks for sharing a wonderful looking/sounding vegan recipe as usual.

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