Use your venison to make pot stickers! Here’s a recipe to try that could be great for a dinner party:
In large nonstick sauté pan sauté cabbage in 1TB oil until softened In large bowl add cabbage, venison, green onion, ginger, sesame oil, Sriracha, soy sauce and salt Mix very well In each wrapper place 2tsp meat mixture Get a small bowl of water and brush a small amount on pot sticker edges. Only do ½ of each one. Dry side needs to stick to wet side and act as glue Fold each pot sticker and crimp edges making sure all air is removed.
Flatten the bottom on work area Place remaining 1 TB oil in sauté pan and spread it around pan. Place wontons in pan flat side down Place pan over medium heat After 3 or 4 minutes after pot stickers have browned on bottom add water and place a top over pan Remove after 1 minute Once all water has evaporated check doneness by cutting one open Serve with Pot Sticker Sauce.
In bowl add all ingredients and mix well to combine.
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