# Cook bacon in a saute pan over medium-high heat, until golden brown and crispy. Add garlic and ginger, cook until fragrant, 1min. Use slotted spoon to remove bacon mixture from the oil, put on a plate with paper towel to drain and cool.
# Mix together pork, scallions, eggs, hoisin sauce and bacon mixture. Season with salt and pepper.
# Assemble dumplings; put down one wonton wrapper. Place approx 2 tbsp filling in center. Brush edges with egg wash. Place another wonton on top. Press to seal edges. Set aside until ready to fry. Make ponzu sauce
# When ready: heat 1" of oil in a pan. Add a few dumplings at a time. Cook on one side until golden brown, flip and cook other side. Remove from oil and transfer to a plate lined with paper towels to absorb extra oil. Dip into ginger ponzu sauce while still hot. Arrange on plate and serve with extra hoisin sauce.
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Whether you are looking for a perfect entrée for your Chinese New Year Celebrations or just a yummy treat to “pig out” on, pork dumplings is something that can truly satiate you. Megan and Paula whomps up this classic pork delight using simplest of ingredients and in less than 50 minutes. It’s so sumptuous and indulgent that you won’t mind making efforts to prepare this delish delight.