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Pampered Chef: Baked Potstickers

  1. AmyR

    AmyR Member

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    What jelly can be substituted for the jalapeno jelly for the baked potstickers sauce?
    Amy
     
    Jan 19, 2006
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  2. annew

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    Bkd Potstickers

    We used sweet & sour sauce @ one of our cluster meetings b/c the gal who was suppose to bring that forgot & I found the sauce in my cupboard.
    It was really good too.

    Anne Winchester
     
    Jan 19, 2006
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  3. fruit76loop

    fruit76loop Veteran Member Gold Member

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    Are you unable to find the jelly?

    I would not recommend replacing it with another jelly. This one has a distinct flar! I have found it at the 3 grocery stores in my town, Smiths, Albertsons and Super Wal Mart.
     
    Jan 19, 2006
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  4. kcjodih

    kcjodih Legacy Member Gold Member

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    I found mine in the deli section of two grocery stores
     
    Jan 19, 2006
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  5. DebbieJ

    DebbieJ Legend Member

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    The HO sent out a Weekly Bites email saying you could use Apricot Jam with 1 T of minced jalapeno. You know what? It's not NEARLY as good that way. If you can find the jalapeno jelly, you should use that.
     
    Jan 19, 2006
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  6. smarteez2

    smarteez2 Advanced Member Gold Member

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    I can't remember...

    which color it says to use red or green but whatever the color I could only fine the opposite. I think it calls for red? I used green? I have never had it with the correct one cause I cant find the correct one, but the one I used was good. I also serve them with sweet and sour sauce. Either way those things are yuuuuuuuuumy!!
     
    Jan 19, 2006
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  7. kcjodih

    kcjodih Legacy Member Gold Member

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    yep, they call for the green. Speaking of potstickers, does anyone else have the problem I have had multiple times of the tops becoming darker than the rest? I cook them on the large round stone and do all the shapes but usually to finish up quickly I do the 'pyramid' or 'ruffle' and they keep browning up at the tips but still look UNcooked at the end of the cooking time on the rest of the potsticker. Is it just me?
     
    Jan 19, 2006
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  8. kimmers

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    Not just you

    Nope, its not just you. I have had that happen to. I even lowered the shelf in my oven to see if that helped, but it didn't. I would like some pointers too if anyone has them.

    Kim
     
    Jan 19, 2006
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  9. pamperedalf

    pamperedalf Senior Member Silver Member

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    It's going to happen there is nothing you can do, except don't spray any oil on them. That seems to help a little bit. I made the pot stickers at so many shows last year I can make them in my sleep. The envelope is the only one that does not do that. I make the chick stickers in the envelope and the crab or shrmp in the flower one.
    I posted it a long time ago but I will give you the recipe. I used to work at a chineese restaruant and we had these things called crab meat dumplings. They had crm chz and imitation crab meat in a won ton shell.
    16oz of crm chz'
    8oz of crab meat or shrimp choped
    2-3 green onions diced
    melt crm chz for about a minute then mix onions & crab use small scoop and fold like flower or ruffle(no water) They are so yummy and all my guests liked them better than our recipe. I am actually making these tonight for my family my one year old loves them. :D

    Sorry I don't have a better answer for the browning on top. I have always found the jelly at albertson's next to the mint jelly, and if you have a natural food store they will most likely carry it. I always use the red jelly and I squeeze gingerroot into the sauce, it makes it taste better.
     
    Jan 19, 2006
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  10. sailortena

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    Buying plum sauce at your local grocery or asian market is also excellent for dipping. It is very sweet and tangy.
     
    Feb 9, 2006
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