- 4-8 slices bread
- 2 tbsp (40g) butter
- jam, vegemite, cream cheese to fill
You will also need:
- Plastic gyoza moulds
Step 1. Butter bread.
Step 2. Remove crusts
Step 3. Spread desired topping on bread.
Step 4. Place bread into gyoza mould, fold over and press firmly to enclose.
- Gyoza moulds, also known as empanada or dumpling moulds, are available in kitchenware shops and Asian grocers, or online.
- They come in a variety of sizes, so adjust recipe accordingly. You may be able to make two dumplings from one slice of bread.
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- This recipe was created for Kidspot, New Zealand's best recipe finder by Greer Worsley, who blogs at Typically Red.