Make the filling by sauteing the tofu, carrots, cabbage, and sesame oil in a pan on medium high heat. Once softened and cooked, add the garlic, ginger, and cilantro and cook another minute or two.
Once cooked, spoon about a tsp or two of filling into the won ton wrapper and fold. Check out my YouTube video on the two different methods I use to fold dumplings (I didn’t create them–just taught myself by Googling it!)
Fold them in whatever shape you decide you want your dumplings to have.
Repeat a bunch more times until you’ve used all your wrappers (1/2 of the Nasoya won ton package equaled about 24 wrappers).
Saute a few minutes on each side with a little bit of spray olive oil coating the pan. once seared on each side, pour in ~1/4 cup of water and cover for 1-2 minutes to steam.
Mix the dumpling sauce ingredients or buy gyoza sauce to dip the dumplings in. Serve hot and try not to burn your tongue. 🙂 (This recipe makes enough for about 4 people if serving as an app and enough for 2 if serving as a meal). Enjoy!