Everyone has their go-to order when they go to their favorite Asian restaurant, and we know that if we’re going to our favorite spot, we’re getting at least two orders of potstickers. There’s something about the pan-fried and steamed dumplings, stuffed to the brim with pork and veggies, that we really can’t seem to get enough of, so much so, that we came up with a potsticker-inspired dish to make at home whenever our cravings hit. Potsticker noodles!
Instead of wrapping tens of dumplings ourselves – which is doable, but time-consuming – we used rice noodles and all the typical filling ingredients to make a full meal out of what’s typically just an appetizer. Pork, ginger, egg, red pepper flakes, cabbage, green onions, ginger, and garlic are all in the mix, and when combined with the rice noodles, you’ve got the flavors you know and love from traditional potstickers, but reinvented and turned into a main course that’s addictively delicious and filling.
When using rice noodles, make sure you follow the package directions; unlike regular noodles, rice noodles need to soak in warm water, so you can basically leave them to just sit and soak while you make the pork filling. Brown the pork, add the seasoning and greens and let them all cook together so the flavors can develop and build. Toss it all together with the noodles and there you have it. Potsticker noodle bowls that taste just like your favorite dish, but that will fill you right up!
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