Chorizo & Andouille Potstickers

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    Guess where I am today? I’m pretty sure you all know this by now BUT if not, I’m in NYC for the day! Jason and I got here last night. We took the train up from DC after work and got in around 830. It was such a long day but it’s so worth it because today…

    I’m going to be on the Anderson Cooper Live show!!!!!!!

    Um yeah, my mind = blown.

    I’m going to be their blogger of the day and live-tweeting throughout the entire show – whatever may happen! And then I get to go backstage and photo booth it up with the Silver Fox himself. Oh my gaiiiid.

    So, if you’re in the NYC viewing area, you can catch me 9am-10am. But if you’re in the DC area, they air it 3pm-4pm on channel 7. I’m not sure what the times are every where else buttttt if you wanna tune in, check your local listings! Oh and of course, if you want to follow along with me and our quick NYC escapade, follow me on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram!

    Ok, back to these potstickers.

    They were so FREAKING GOOD so I had to include them on day two of my week-long Super Bowl apps & dips series. I loved the heat of these coming from the chorizo but I also loved the smokey andouille sausage in the mix as well.

    Making these potstickers brought me back to childhood. My mom would have my brother and I help her make potstickers when we were younger. It was a Saturday morning thing. My dad would be out front doing yard work, while my mom, brother, and I would be sitting around the kitchen table assembling potstickers for lunch. My mom would make the filling and then we would come help her scoop it into the wrappers and try our best to make a pretty design as we closed them. She pleated hers, the traditional way, but I have trouble with that so I just closed my edges with a fork, so it’s kinda like an empanada.

    These are so packed with flavor that I don’t believe you need a dip to go with them. However, if you want, I would suggest something mayo or Greek yogurt based so it drowns out the heat a little :)

    Chorizo & Andouille Potstickers

    A fun new flavor for classic potstickers!
    Prep Time: 40 mins
    Cook Time: 10 mins
    Total Time: 50 mins
    Servings (adjustable, but please note that results, timing, and cookware may vary when adjusting servings): 50 potstickers
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    • 2 fresh chorizo sausage links, casings removed
    • 2 fresh andouille sausage links, casings removed
    • 1 large green bell pepper, diced
    • 1 large onion, diced
    • 2 cloves of garlic, minced
    • 50 round dumpling wrappers, you can typically find these at any Asian mart or International mart
    • Water, to seal the potstickers
    • 3 tbsp vegetable oil


    • In a large bowl, combine the two kinds of sausages and set aside.
    • In a skillet, with 1 tbsp. of vegetable oil, sauté green bell pepper, onion, and garlic until tender, about 5 minutes. Remove and let cool for 5 minutes.
    • Add the veggie mix to the bowl of sausage. With your hands (jewelry off!), mix the meat and veggies together until just incorporated. You don't want to overwork the meat.
    • Wash your hands with soap then assemble your workstation to have a tiny bowl of water, a pastry brush, a large cookie sheet, a teaspoon, a fork, your bowl of meat, and of course, your dumpling wrappers.
    • Place a dumpling wrapper in one hand, scoop 2 tsp. of meat filling into the middle of the dumpling wrappers. Dip your pastry brush in the water and brush the edge of the entire dumpling wrapper. Bring one side of the dumpling wrapper up to meet the other side, press gently in the middle then seal all around. Using a fork, press down the edges, sealing the potsticker. Repeat until all the meat filling has been used up.
    • In a large skillet, oil the bottom of the skillet with 2 tbsp. of vegetable oil. Place the potstickers all over the skillet, covering as much space as you can. Pour 1 cup of water onto the potstickers, place the lid on the skillet, and turn the heat to medium high.
    • Let the potstickers cook until all the water has evaporated, about 7 minutes, then let it sear for another 2-3 minutes. Through all this, do NOT touch them! Remove the lid and flip the potstickers. You may wish to remove them at this time or sear the other sides of them.
    • Serve hot.
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  • Regina @ SpecialtyCakeCreations says:

    I absolutely LOVE pot stickers and yours look soo delicious they make me salivate!
    I think my incredible love come from Russian manti my mom would always make. They are like steamed dumplings, but we would always make a TON at once and on day 2 (or 3 if still around) we would reheat them by frying in a pan/pot like pot stickers. I loved the day 2 version even more because of its crusty crunch :)

  • megan @ whatmegansmaking says:

    Good luck!!! You will be awesome :) And these pot stickers look SO creative. And delicious :)

  • Jocelyn @BruCrew Life says:

    That is so exciting!!! I can’t wait to hear about it and see all the tweets/instagrams!! You will totally rock it out! And I love these pot stickers…they look so easy and delicious!!!

  • Aimee @ ShugarySweets says:

    Eeeek, that is so awesome. I can’t wait to watch it. My hubs and I love watching AC!!!

  • Jessica @ Gas Stove Girl says:

    OK – wow! These look amazingly good! Thank you for sharing the right way to cook a potsticker. I was winging it in the past, browning on both sides, then steaming or steaming then trying to brown them. What a mess. This is perfect.

  • Robyn Stone | Add a Pinch says:

    My family is now obsessed with potstickers and I know they’ll love these!

    Congrats on Anderson Cooper! I know you’ll be fabulous!

  • Rachel @ Baked by Rachel says:

    Totally need to make these and OMG squeeee can’t wait to see you on the show.

  • angela @ another bite please says:

    omg how fun…anderson cooper…i would probably pee my pants. have fun in NYC…and these potstickers look amazing.

  • Kristi @ Cherry Jasmine says:

    Perfect – now I know what I’m going to do with the chorizo that’s in my fridge. I love pot stickers! Congrats on the show!

  • Julia says:

    That is amazing! Best of luck–you will do great. You have such wonderful recipes and beautiful photos–I can see why they wanted you on.

  • claire @ the realistic nutritionist says:

    I love pot stickies!!!! :) Yay, you famous person you.

  • Jess @ On Sugar Mountain says:

    Congrats on being on Anderson Cooper Live!! I’m sadly at work and you are currently probably doing something awesome on there right this minute! (pout) At least I can stare at the amazing potstickers. Forget super bowl – these are absolutely going to be my dinner one night soon :D

  • Stephanie @ Girl Versus Dough says:

    I’m loving the live tweets right now :) — How exciting to be on the show! These potstickers sound TO DIE FOR, by the way.

  • Ali | Gimme Some Oven says:

    Holy yum. I LOVE the idea of andouille in these!!!

    You’re doing great on Twitter! So fun. :)

  • Bev @ Bev Cooks says:

    WHAAAAAAT. Let’s get married.

  • Julia | says:

    These potstickers look perfect!

  • taylor @ taylormade says:

    Congrats on anderson cooper, you’re gonna be great! And these potstickers look amaaaazing… I’ve never made potstickers before, but my boyfriend loves them. I’ll have to try this recipe!

  • Laura (Tutti Dolci) says:

    Yum, these look mouthwatering! Big congrats on Anderson Cooper :).

  • Linda | The Urban Mrs says:

    OMG – that’s so freaking exciting!!! I’m so happy for you and can’t wait to hear the full details. You’ll share it with us, right? :) And for this potstickers – who can refuse chorizo and andouille? I won’t, for sure!

  • Alaina @ Fabtastic Eats says:

    These sound phenomenal…I want to try these so badly! YUM! P.S. Congrats on Anderson…its not on until 3(4?) here but Ive got it DVR’d! Im so excited for you!

  • Kathryn says:

    I hope you had an awesome awesome time today and you were treated like the star that you are! I checked and we don’t get Anderson Cooper Live here but I’m sure you did an amazing job you superstar!

  • Erin @ Dinners, Dishes and Desserts says:

    I love potsickers, this is such a fun filling! You aren’t on until 4pm here today. I have it set up to record though :)

  • Lauren @ Climbing Grier Mountain says:

    Yay! I hope you had a blast on the show! Your tweets were awesome! And speaking of awesome, these pot stickers look insanely good! I’ve always wanted to make these, but thought they were super hard. Can’t wait to try!

  • Carla @ Carlas Confections says:

    These look so dang good! I have never had a homemade potsticker! I think I need to put an end to that!!!

  • Tracey says:

    Hope you had the best time at Anderson Cooper! I love him :) Can’t wait to hear about it! These potstickers look amazing and my husband would love the chorizo and andouille!

  • Emily says:

    These potstickers look great, just perfect for the Super Bowl. And that’s so cool that you met Anderson Cooper!

  • Rachael says:

    You looked so fab on tv! I’ve decided that you need to be on tv every day! Let’s make this happen, k?

    These potstickers look amazing. I’ve been craving gyoza lately from my fave sushi place. These look just as good… I’ll have to try them soon!

  • ashley - baker by nature says:

    I LOVE potstickers! But I’m always afraid to make them… I am totally trying this recipe over the weekend!

  • Carrie @ Bakeaholic Mama says:

    Just wiped droop off my phone screen! Love potstickers but have never made my own. You’ve inspired me ;)

  • Cate says:

    These look crazy good- and perfect! I’m sure mine would turn out all wonky…

  • Caroline @ chocolate & carrots says:

    What a great take on potstickers! My husband would go crazy for these. Yum!

  • Nancy says:

    Soo. I love these, but can you recommend some kind of dipping sauce anyone?

    • Julie says:

      I usually dip my postickers in soy sauce with a little sriracha sauce or you can go to the store and get some potsticker sauce.

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