My husband introduced me to the wonderful taste of Taiwanese Satay sauce after we got married. Japanese hotpot is usually cooked in a flavored broth and the food is enjoyed as is. Taiwanese hotpot is different because not only is it cooked in a flavored broth, the food is also dipped into the hotpot dipping sauce after cooking to enjoy. The taste is pretty amazing blending in the perfect amount of spice mixed in with sesame oil, soy sauce, and vinegar. If you enjoy Thai and other Southeast Asian food, you’ll probably love the dipping sauce just like me.
My family loves eating fresh made Gyoza. It’s the one of the dish I can always count on my kids eating without resorting to threats or bribes. Be creative with the dipping sauce by testing with ginger, green onion, daikon, yuzu, or sesame oil. Have a Gyoza wrapping party tonight and find out who is the most talented at wrapping Gyoza.