Air Fryer Frozen Potstickers, Gyoza, Wontons, Mandu, Dumplings

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2 servings 0 minutes 8 minutes 8 minutes

You will find here a very straightforward recipe for air fryer frozen potstickers. In addition to potstickers, these recipes are also useful for similar dumplings.

Ingredients

  • 12 frozen potstickers, gyoza, mandu or wonton dumplings
  • dipping sauce packets
  • olive oil

Equipment

Instructions

1. Take out the frozen potstickers or dumplings from the bag. It is not necessary to thaw them.

2. Spray oil over the frozen potstickers to prevent them from sticking together.

3. Transfer them to the air fryer basket. Lay them out in a single layer, leaving space between potstickers.

4. Cook at 360ºF (182ºC) for 8 minutes. Pull the basket out and turn them over halfway through cooking. This will ensure that the potstickers are cooked evenly. If you would like them crispier, air fry 2-4 minutes longer and they will become golden brown.

5. Cook in batches for small air fryers.

6. Meanwhile, place the sauce packets in a water bath to warm.

7. Serve your air fryer frozen potstickers, gyoza, mandu, wontons or dumplings with the dipping sauce and enjoy!

Can you put frozen potstickers, gyoza, mandu or wonton dumplings in an air fryer?

Certainly, all these types of Asian food can be fried in an air fryer. There is a variety of frozen Asian food available at the supermarket, including Korean, Japanese, and Chinese style. You can easily prepare these at home using an air fryer.

You can enjoy any flavor with a soup or dipping sauce, no matter whether it is filled with pork, chicken, vegetables, beef, apple, and other ingredients. On the other hand, brands like Bibigo, Ling Ling, and P. F. Chang’s specialize in this type of cuisine.

How to air fry frozen potstickers, gyoza, mandu or wonton dumplings?

You only need oil to apply over them. Put them straight into the machine without thawing, adjust the temperature, and press start. Keep frying for about 8-10 minutes at 360°F (182°C), until they get golden brown texture. To get softer potstickers, you should cook them for a shorter time.

How long do you air fry frozen potstickers, gyoza, mandu or wonton dumplings?

It depends on what temperature you set on your equipment. For example at 360ºF (182ºC), it might take 8-10 minutes, 350ºF perhaps around the same and at 400ºF 6 minutes. When your air fryer is preheated at 370ºF, it will take about 5-9 minutes. You should also want to consider how crispy you want your potstickers.

How long do you cook frozen mini potstickers, gyoza, mandu or wonton dumplings?

Around 6-8 minutes in the air fryer, at 360ºF (182ºC). As a result of their size, larger sizes require longer cooking times. Different models can take different amounts of time as well. For more information, please refer to the following table.


Cooking chart for frozen potstickers and dumplings

ModelTemperaturetime
Philips360ºF (182ºC)8 minutes
Power XL 7 qt380ºF (193ºC) steamer +
400ºF (204ºC) air fryer
10 minutes +
10 minutes
Pampered Chef400ºF (204ºC)3 minutes preheat
8 minutes
Gourmia400ºF (204ºC)
350ºF (177ºC)
6 minutes +
3 minutes
Iconites370ºF (188ºC)15 minutes
Models, times and temps for air fryer frozen potstickers, gyoza, mandu, wontons, dumplings,

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Air Fryer Frozen Potstickers, Gyoza, Mandu, Wonton Dumplings

For those of you who love Asian food but don't like going out to restaurants, here is the recipe for air fried frozen potstickers, gyoza, mandu, or wonton dumplings
Prep Time0 mins
Cook Time8 mins
Total Time8 mins
Course: Appetizer, Side Dish
Cuisine: Chinese
Keyword: air fried, air fryer, dumplings, potstickers
Servings: 2
Calories: 570kcal

Equipment

  • Air fryer

Ingredients

  • 12 frozen potstickers, gyoza, mandu or wonton dumplings
  • dipping sauce packets
  • cooking spray

Instructions

  • Take out the frozen potstickers or dumplings from the bag. It is not necessary to thaw them.
  • Spray oil over the frozen potstickers to prevent them from sticking together.
  • Transfer them to the air fryer basket. Lay them out in a single layer, leaving space between potstickers.
  • Cook at 360ºF (182ºC) for 8 minutes. Pull the basket out and turn them over halfway through cooking. This will ensure that the potstickers are cooked evenly. If you would like them crispier, air fry 2-4 minutes longer and they will become golden brown.
  • Cook in batches for small air fryers.
  • Meanwhile, place the sauce packets in a water bath to warm.
  • Serve with the dipping sauce and enjoy!

Notes

Calories were estimated using an online nutrition calculator. As a rough guide, it is not intended to replace the advice of a professional dietitian. The exact values can vary depending on the exact ingredients used.

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