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Steamed Potstickers and Vegetables - Go Green Campers

 
Serves: 4     Difficulty: Very Easy     Meal: Main Dish     Great for potlucks!

From my RV kitchen

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We're mindful of our water use and since many campgrounds offer recycling areas we leave the glass and aluminum behind to live another day.

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Check out these clean green recipes and love your mother…and your health!

Speaking of eating well, we've got a fantastic, simple and fun dish for you in this episode of the RV Cooking Show - Steamed Potstickers and Veggies. Get your chopsticks ready and enjoy this dish...eating it just feels good.

Ingredients

Potstickers and Veggies:

1 bag of frozen potstickers
2 carrots - sliced or cut up into large matchsticks
1 c halved stringless snap peas (see my blog for a stringless snap pea tip)
1 c frozen shelled edamame
2 c fresh bean sprouts

You can also use red pepper strips, broccoli florets - anything you enjoy - cut in small, steamable pieces.

Dipping Sauces:

1 c low sodium soy sauce - divided into 2 half cups
1/4 c quality peanut sauce (Trader Joes or San-J are good choices)
1/2 T sesame oil

How-to

Potstickers and Veggies:

Using a large pot and steamer bring a few inches of water to a boil.

Add the potstickers, cover, and steam 4 minutes.

Add the veggies and steam 6 more minutes. (Don't over steam or the potstickers - though still delicious - will tear.)

Place 1/2 c of bean sprouts on plate or bottom of bowl. Place steamed potstickers then veggies on top of the bean sprouts.

Dipping Sauces:

Use a separate small bowl for each sauce.

Peanut Dipping Sauce:

Combine 1/2 low sodium soy sauce and peanut sauce together. Stir well to combine.

Sesame Dipping Sauce:

Combine 1/2 c low sodium soy sauce and sesame oil. Stir well to combine.

Additional Tips

This recipe can be served for lunch or dinner, brought to a potluck in a large and beautiful bowl, served as a "salad" appetizer. Works great with a Chinese soup, too.


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