Trader Joe’s potsticker stir-fry made with only three ingredients! This easy meal is the perfect dinner for busy nights. It’s easy and so satisfying.
Frozen chicken gyoza potstickers, soyaki sauce and Asian style vegetable stir-fry is all you need to whip up this simple yet delicious dinner. Trader Joe’s is my go-to for grabbing a handful of ingredients to make an easy meal. Their products are so good and when combined together you can make a really balanced dinner.
I love these three products on their own. However, combine them all and it’s a mouth watering combination. I used the chicken gyoza potstickers. But, there is also a pork gyoza potsticker that could be used in this recipe as well. Either way you will have yourself a Trader Joe’s potsticker stir-fry made in no time!
A bag of frozen chicken wontons or potstickers are always in my freezer for quick week-night dinners. They go great in a stir-fry like this. Also, in some broth (miso broth is my favorite), steamed with some broccoli, or pan fried by themselves dipped in a delicious sauce. They are a freezer staple.
Other easy Trader Joe’s recipes you will love:
The easy Trader Joe’s meal options are really endless. I love getting creative with their products and throwing together combinations like this. My blog post for all of my favorite easy TJ’s meals is linked here. There is something for everyone to enjoy in that post.Print
1 (18 oz) container of Trader Joe’s Asian style vegetable stir-fry
8 oz of Trader Joe’s chicken gyoza potstickers
3/4 cup Trader Joe’s soyaki
3 tbsp olive oil, divided
sesame seeds for topping, optional
In a large skillet or wok over medium heat, add 2 tbsp olive oil.
Add vegetable stir-fry and let cook for about 10 minutes, stirring occasionally.
Remove vegetables and set aside.
Add the other tbsp of olive oil to the skillet or wok over medium high heat. Add potstickers in a single layer with their seam facing upwards. Cook until they are golden on the other side. Add 4 tbsp of water to the skillet, cover and cook for 3-5 more minutes.
Add the stir-fry vegetables back in the skillet along with the soyaki. Cook for 2-3 more minutes, stirring everything occasionally.
Top with sesame seeds if desired and serve.