Put the flour in a bowl and drizzle in the hot water. Mix with chopsticks.
When the dough is crumbly, knead it together in the bowl. Take the dough out of the bowl onto a working surface and knead well until it's smooth.
Roll the dough into a sausage, and cut into 7 pieces.
Roll out each piece into a circle, turning it as you roll.
Story Behind this Recipe
I didn't have any gyoza skins on hand, but I wanted to make Recipe ID: 2153837 "Deep Fried Gyoza Dumplings", so I made them myself! I didn't have much time, so I didn't rest the dough.
Adjust the amount of hot water slightly. It's important to make the dough rather soft in order to skip the resting time! Cover the dough while it's waiting with a wrung-out moistened cloth to prevent it from drying out. The skins don't stick together, so I don't think you need any flour for dusting.