Sesame Chicken Potstickers Recipe

IHOD- Sesame Chicken PotstickersI could live off of appetizers and finger foods. I totally admit they are usually my motivation for attending parties:D:D With Supersbowl Sunday now in view, I thought I’d share an easy appetizer you can take with you to your watch party! Gabe and I tag teamed the stuff and fry part and it took a total of 15 minutes. Pretty easy.

What I love about potstickers is that they have plenty of room to experiment with. After the test round, this is the winning sesame chicken potstickers recipe that got the winning vote. Take this to your game day party with a few chopsticks;) But be careful, they are as addictive as candy. Recipe below!

P.S. Looking for more superbowl party recipes? Creamy White Chicken Chili, 50 Stars BBQ chicken, Twice Baked Potatoes, and White Bean Hummus

Sesame Chicken Potstickers
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Prep Time
15 min
Cook Time
10 min
Total Time
25 min
Prep Time
15 min
Cook Time
10 min
Total Time
25 min
Ingredients
  1. 3/4 lb. Italian seasoned ground chicken
  2. 1 Tbls. Sesame seeds
  3. 2 Tbls. Teriyaki Sauce
  4. 2 Tbls. Soy Sauce
  5. 1 Tbls. Hoison Sauce (optional
  6. 1 tsp. Salt
  7. 1 tsp. Sugar
  8. 1 pkg Round Wraps
  9. Olive oil
Instructions
  1. Mix meat, sauces, and seasonings in a bowl.
  2. Add 1-2 tsp to the center of each wrap.
  3. Using a small bowl of water, dampen the inside outer edge of the wrap with water (using your finger).
  4. Fold the round wrap in half and pinch the edges together and draw the two ends towards each other so it looks like a fortune cookie. (Also optional)
  5. Continue to fell the round wraps until all the meat is used up.
  6. Heat a non stick skillet and add a few tablespoons of olive oil.
  7. Fill your pan with the stuffed potstickers, and fry 3-4 min. on each side.
  8. In the last 1-2 minutes add a dash of teriyaki sauce on each potsticker and sprinkle with additional sesame seeds.
  9. Remove from skillet. Refill the pan with the rest of the potstickers and repeat.
Notes
  1. If you can't find seasoned ground chicken, you can buy basic ground chicken add your own sweet Italian seasonings!
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Motherhood and The School of Virtue.

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In my few months over the holidays when I really slowed down, I had a good deal of time to really reflect about what kind of a mother I hope to be for my children, and how each of my children have impacted me. The outcome of all that reflecting? Realizing that motherhood is putting me back in school. The School of Virtue. Est. April 27th, 2009, the day I became a mother. There are days I flunk out. F+, maybe D-, but the school is always open for learning whether I am failing or not…. [Read more…]

Flare denim, I’ll never quit you.

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Denim: Paige Denim // Sweater: Lookbookstore c/o // Blouse: Old Navy // Coat: Lookbookstore c/o // Hat: Anthropologie // Reversible Tote: Urban Outfitters // Necklace: Velina and Kendra Scott  // 360 Stud Earrings: Bauble Bar // Nails: Julep 

If I could just wear dresses from the fifties, glasses from the sixties, and denim from the seventies, there would be no need for anything else in my closet’s life.

I am very serious about denim friends. In fact, I could talk to you about various denim brands for hours and my opinions about them. What companies run big or small, long or curvy, etc. What material is worth the designer price, and which ones wear thin fast.

Jeans are that clothing item every girl hunts for till they figure out that perfect fit. And when you find those jeans, they are worn tried and true, in and out. Being on the shorter side, my 5’5” frame usually requires me to hem most designer jeans. Since the seemed to be designed for 6 foot women only, they can swallow me whole in length….truth. However, it is nothing a ten dollar hem at a seamstress does the trick though. (Case in point: the jeans above I had hemmed!)

Last year I realized I had stacks of denim that developed over a dedicated hunt to replace my Seven jeans. I have slowly narrowed them down to a few styles and rotate them daily. The boyfriend, the skinny, the flare, and a few distressed.

So let’s talk denim. Favorite brands and the ones that have lasted you the longest? Best fitting? I would love to hear!

X, Anna

P.S. I am sharing what a day in the life looks like on my wednesdays. It’s an instagram takeover on Amazon Fashion tomorrow if you want to follow along!