Fried Gyoza (Ham Sui Gok) with Mochiko Glutinous Rice Flour

Fried Gyoza (Ham Sui Gok) with Mochiko Glutinous Rice Flour

I recreated the taste of dim sum from Hong Kong. It's crispy outside and chewy inside. These are fried gyoza with slightly sweet wrappers. They are amazing served with mustard soy sauce!

Ingredients: 10-12 gyoza

Gyoza Filling:
Frozen peeled shrimp (use them frozen)
125 g
Thinely sliced pork
40-50 g
Cooked and chopped bamboo shoots
Shiitake (medium sized)
1 1/2
1 tablespoon
Soy sauce
1 tablespoon
Oyster sauce
1/2 tablespoon
a small amount
Umami seasoning
a small amount
Vegetable oil (for frying)
a small amount
For the dough:
30 g
Boiling water
50 ml
150 g
Sugar (granulated)
60 g
100 ml
35 g
Addition to the oil for deep frying
Sesame oil
a small amount


1. Chop all the ingredients roughly, add the seasoning, stir-fry and set aside to cool. Use only a small amount of oil when stir-frying.
2. Gradually add in 50 ml of boiling water to the katakuriko and mix well with a whisk. There will be some flour left unmixed but you don't have to worry about it.
3. When the katakuriko comes together, cover the bowl with plastic wrap to prevent it from drying out.
4. Mix the mochiko and sugar with a whisk. When they come together, gradually add in 100 ml of water.
5. Keep adding water until the dough is soft like earlobes. You may have water left at the end or may need to add some more to get the softness.
6. Combine the katakuriko dough to the mochiko dough and knead well.
7. When the mochiko dough and katakuriko dough are combined, knead in the lard. Knead well until everything is thoroughly mixed.
8. Divide the dough into 10-12 portions. Wrap the filling with the wrappers and fold in the same way as making gyoza.
9. The wrappers tear easily when they get dried so cover them with plastic wrap or spray them with water from time to time.
10. To add flavor, add the sesame oil to the frying oil and heat it up to 160℃. Slowly deep fry on both sides until they are golden brown.
11. The mochiko dough will expand and may tear but it will close and the slit will disappear.
12. Remove once they are golden brown and place them on a rack to drain off the oil. Transfer to a serving dish and it's done!

Story Behind this Recipe

I recreated the unforgettable Ham Sui Gok I had at a dim sum food stall in Hong Kong. This is my original recipe. My colleagues loved them. One of the guys said it was so good he wanted to make some for his wife!