Pea and Carrot Potstickers

From BigSister and MiddleSister

What a timely ingredient pair for this month’s Ingredient Improv Challenge organized by Frugal Antics of a Harried Homemaker.  We two sisters are spending spring break together with MiddleSister’s two little girls.  We are like peas and carrots!  As we hear screaming from the bathroom, while we merrily work in the kitchen, we are reminded this wasn’t always the case.  These two peas and carrots used to be more like oil and water.  A phase we happily grew out of in our later years. We pretend that we are very different as grown ups, but we know that isn’t true.  While we each maintain the personality traits that drove each other CRAZY as youngsters, we have learned to accept them.  The good stuff is a lot more alike than we’ll ever admit.  We did pretty good for two different girls that shared a room for most of our growing years though.  One of us was neat and organized the other one of us was a pack rat.  We aren’t telling who.  Even though we fought against each other, it was the foolish other child that messed with one of us.  We could scream and yell at each other all we wanted, but Lord help you if you did!

So, when faced with a challenge from the world, we did what we always do when push comes to shove.  We put our heads together and came up with this recipe.  We think our Mom will be proud.

Pea and Carrot Potstickers

Take a look at some other Pea and Carrot ideas from great cooks around the blogosphere.



Comments (16)

  1. Shannon @ Searching For Dessert

    I love potstickers! These look delicious :) Great idea for carrots and peas.

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  2. Melody♪♫

    What lovely potstickers! Those would be devoured instantly by the guys at my house, I’m pretty sure.

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  3. The Ninja Baker

    Great post! Love your backstory. And very much appreciate, too, this ingenious invention from the sisters. Gyoza – potstickers – bring back happy memories of my sister and I cooking (the store bought kind) in Tokyo when our parents went out to a fancy party. Thank you!

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  4. Mom

    Without any professional oversight or quality control from me, I think this is an excellent recipe. (Although I did teach them how to use the wonton wrappers at a cooking class a few weeks ago.)

    It gives me hope that I have instilled some degree of common sense in all my children. That is to say that peace and harmony are much more productive that the alternative. I knew it would be ok. When “push comes to shove” the Tumbleweed Contessa gang all come together. I love it when it works that way!

    Liking the new look on this page. This has been a Big Sister masterpiece all on her own. I have a creative entrepreneur, a legal advisor and an accountant on my team. Who would have thought? Hank would be proud!

    The Contessa

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  5. Cookaholic Wife

    I’ve been craving potstickers. These look delicious!

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  6. eilonwy

    Oh, that looks delectable! I would never have realized that it needs cream cheese to hold the filling together.

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  7. Lesa @ Edesia's Notebook

    Oh yum! These potstickers sound and look amazing! I bet they are super tasty. What a great recipe for this month’s Improv Challenge!

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  8. Kristen

    Your filling, with the cream cheese and horseradish, along with the vegetables sounds amazing.

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  9. Mel@Ginger Bakes

    Oh my gosh! I love pot stickers! I will have to keep this recipe in mind next time the hubby and I are craving them.

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  10. Liz

    I have 3 sisters and we sure get along a lot better as adults! Love the sound of your pot stickers…YUM

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  11. Lisa~~

    Your potstickers have such wonderful and varied flavors, love the idea of the cream cheese in there, but they were delicious!

    My Improv Cooking Challenge entry this month: Mom’s Beef Vegetable Soup, hope that you’ll stop over and check the recipe out.

    Lisa~~

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  12. Karen

    Yum, these look good. I love postickers, and this sounds like a great veggie filling for them!

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  13. Tanusree

    the potstickers look so delicious. i never get recipes with wonton wrappers right. but your instructions are neat and clear. i’ll give this a try. have a great weekend.

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  14. Wanda Ann @ Memories by the Mile

    Thank you Beautiful for the party. Have a terrific weekend. Those potstickers look yummy.
    xoxo
    Wanda Ann @ Memories by the Mile

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  15. Marlene @Nosh My Way

    I love pot stickets and I love how you made these with veggies. Thanks for sharing on Foodie Friends Friday.

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  16. Miz Helen

    We just love Potstickers and this looks like a great recipe! Hope you are having a great weekend and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

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