"Giyouza" will appear from Kiyoken. From November 23, it will be available only at some directly managed stores with mail order and refrigeration equipment centered on roadside stores. It comes in 15 pieces and the selling price is 620 yen (tax included).
It was made by making the best use of the know-how that was used in Shumai. It is said to be a bite-sized and easy-to-eat Kiyoken unique to Kiyoken, which is filled with the flavors of domestic pork and dried scallops from the Okhotsk Sea.
As with the signature menu "Old-fashioned Shumai," no chemical seasonings or preservatives are used, and you can choose how to eat according to your taste and mood at that time. Soup and attached seasonings are not included.
For example, if you want to make 5 pieces into "grilled gyoza", place them in a frying pan that has been heated and oiled at intervals, bake on medium heat for about 1 minute, pour 100cc of boiling water and cover. Steam for about 5 minutes on medium heat and remove the lid when it starts to crackle. When the bottom is browned, it's done.
Also, take out the "steamed gyoza" from the bag, place it in a steamer with steam, and steam it for about 10 minutes.
To make "Soup Giyoza", take it out of the bag, put your favorite soup in a warm pot in a frozen state, and heat it on low heat for about 5 minutes to complete.