Japanese Cuisine & Sushi Bar

Matsuri Gallery

Matsuri is a full service restaurant with take out available, is open for lunch and dinner from Tuesday to Sunday, and features variety of house special rolls with delicate sauces, fresh sushi, and traditional Japanese cuisine from the kitchen made only with the freshest ingredients. 

Matsuri Station at Van Den Tweel Supermarket

Matsuri Station

We are please to announce our new and modern Matsuri Sushi Station located at your favorite supermarker Van Den Tweel, centrally located at Zeilandia.

Thinking about our clients and sushi lovers, we decided to get closer and widely open, so you can always have a Matsuri Sushi available.

Gyoza dumplings filled with ground meat and vegetables

History

Click to enlarge Gyoza (餃子, gyōza) are dumplings filled with ground meat and vegetables and wrapped in a thin dough. Also known as pot stickers, gyoza originated in China (where they are called jiaozi), but have become a very popular dish in Japan.

The typical gyoza filling consists of ground pork, nira chives, green onion, cabbage, ginger, garlic, soy sauce and sesame oil, but some creative gyoza shops have also come up with a range of other fillings.


How to Make Gyoza Dumplings

Learning how to make this unique and extremely popular snack is something you - and the consumers - will no doubt enjoy.

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Ingredients

  • 3 large shrimps
  • 1/8 of a head of Napa cabbage
  • 1/4 of a bunch of Chinese chives
  • 20 gyoza wrappers
  • 1 teaspoon (5 ml) of ginger
  • 1 teaspoon (5 ml) of garlic
  • 1 teaspoon (5 ml) of salt
  • 1 teaspoon (5 ml) of white pepper
  • 1 tablespoon (15 ml) of vegetable oil
  • 1 tablespoon (15 ml) of sesame oil

Steps

Prepare the ingredients. Chop the chives and cabbage. Peel and devein the shrimp, and grate your ginger and garlic.

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Combine the shrimp, cabbage, ginger, garlic, salt, white pepper, and the oils into a large bowl.

Mix everything together well with your hands, making sure the mixture isn't lumpy or uneven. Place the bowl into the refrigerator, and then leave it for about 10 minutes.

Take a gyoza wrapper and place a small spoonful of the mixture in the middle. Dab a little water on one half of the wrapper's edge and securely fold in two to make a semi or half circle. While folding, pinch the two sides together like a Ziploc bag and create waves while pinching. Repeat this step for all the wrappers. This is called "crimping", the way to seal up the edges of the dumpling.

Click to enlarge Oil and heat a skillet on the stove. Put it on medium heat and carefully drop a few dumplings into the skillet at a time, but be sure not to overload the skillet with everything.

Fry the dumplings for about two minutes, then reduce the heat.

Add about half a cup of water to the skillet and cover it with a pan lid. Steam the dumplings until the water has evaporated or boiled off and then remove the food from the heat.

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Tuesday thru Saturday
Lunch:  11.30am - 3pm
Dinner: 5.30pm - 11pm
Sunday 5pm - 10pm
Monday Closed

Tel: 599 9 736 0101

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