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Gyoza is a type of dumpling that originated in China but is also popular in many other Asian countries, particularly Japan. The term ''gyoza skin'' refers to the thin wrapper or dough used to encase the filling of the gyoza dumplings.
Gyoza skins are typically made from wheat flour, water, and sometimes a small amount of salt. The dough is rolled out into thin circular wrappers that are then filled with a mixture of ground meat (usually pork or chicken), vegetables, and seasonings. The edges of the wrapper are then pleated or folded to seal the filling inside.
The gyoza skins are typically slightly thicker than wonton wrappers but thinner than some other types of dumpling wrappers. They have a slightly chewy texture when cooked and provide a nice contrast to the tender filling.
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