Potsticker Dough

Potsticker Dough


1 Rustic Scoop™ Pizza Crust Mix

2 Cups Warm water

Potsticker Filling Ingredients

1 lb Ground meat (chicken, turkey, beef, pork)



½ teaspoon Ground ginger

½ Yellow onion chopped

3 Celery stalks chopped


In a medium bowl, mix the Rustic Scoop™ Pizza Crust Mix and water together. Using a large spoon, quickly mix together until well combined. You want to do this quickly as the dough will thicken quickly. Cover the dough with plastic wrap and let the dough rest for 30 minutes.

While your dough is resting, cook the chopped onions and celery with oil of choice in a pan on low to medium. Once the vegetables are translucent, add the ground meat, salt, pepper (both to taste), and ginger. Cook until the ground meat is thoroughly cooked, set aside.

Using a silicone mat or parchment paper, sprinkle with tapioca or arrowroot starch. If you don’t have either of those starches, you can spray the silicone mat or parchment paper with non-stick spray. Take a quarter of the dough and roll it out as thin as you can get it. Don’t worry about tearing the dough, it is very pliable (gasp, I know!) and rolls out beautifully and easily. Once very thin, cut out 3 inch round discs of dough. Continue until all of the dough is used, approximately 40 discs. We use this very cool tool for $10 to cut out and press together the potsticker dough discs dough. You can find a dough press here!

If you would like to seal the dough by hand that’s just fine. Put approximately 1 Tablespoon meat mixture into one side of the dough, leaving room to pinch the tops together. Then fold the dough over to cover the meat mixture and pinch around the top so the dough seals together. Boil each of your potstickers with filling for 1 minute, then set on a cooling rack to drain.

In a Medium frying pan put a bit of oil, set to medium heat. Once the potstickers aren’t wet, fry them on both sides until golden brown. Be sure they are not wet, oil and water don’t mix and it will spray hot oil! Enjoy with your favorite safe sauce whether that be gluten-free soy sauce, Teriyaki Sauce, Coconut Aminos, or Sweet and Sour Sauce.

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