Best Way To Bring Potsticker Dumplings To a Party?

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Q: I've recently become absolutely obsessed with making potstickers at home. I'm wild about them!

I'm going to a potluck next weekend and I've been designated to bring a savory appetizer.

I'd like to know if there is a practical way to bring potstickers. If I steam them ahead of time, will they get soggy within a couple of hours? Or can they be enjoyed at room temperature? I'd love to know your thoughts!

Sent by Kirsten

Editor: Kirsten, take a look at this post — it has some great ideas for steaming or boiling dumplings then heating them up later:

Can I Bake Potsticker Dumplings For Easy Wedding App?

We would probably steam or boil them ahead of time, then reheat them in the oven.

Readers, any suggestions?

 

Related: Recipe: Kenny Lao's Rickshaw Dumplings

(Image: Sara Kate Gillingham-Ryan)

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