American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A pocket of dough that is stuffed, as with minced pork or shrimp, and fried.
- From Japanese 餃子 (gyoza), potentially from Shandong pronounce of 饺子 (giaozi) or Yantai pronounce of 饺子 (giaoda). (Wiktionary)
- Japanese. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“I was considering grabbing some gyoza here (I do love me some pan fried gyoza) ... now I will resist the temptation, and hit up that sushi joint that's where Magic Dragon used to be (their gyoza is really tasty) blog comments powered by Disqus publicola nerds”
“They planned to sell Japanese dumplings, called gyoza, from a temporary structure soon.”
“The Japanese version called gyoza is made from these cut wrappers however.”
“So, proceed calmly to Tabata Noodle, a cheerful, clean storefront with house-made soups, crispy thin-skinned pork dumplings known as gyoza and a few other fragrant opportunities worth a quick jaunt for lunch.”
“China officials 'told firm to buy recalled gyoza' al-Gazel Souk, the main animal market in central Baghdad, Iraq”
“: A total of 10 people in Japan have suffered food poisoning, with one of them in a serious condition, after eating Chinese-made frozen '' gyoza '' dumplings.”
“With the biggest stories in Japan this week being pesticide poisoning from Chinese gyoza, which is looking like a deliberate case of tampering with the packaging line, according to an expert on NHK news tonight, this recent survey from MyVoice on the image of Chinese products is most timely, although given the figures here China’s image can hardly sink any lower.”
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