In a large bowl, add the flour and salt.
Add in the boiling water and stir with a fork until dough forms.
Roll dough into a big ball and cover it for one hour.
During this time, mix together the ingredients for the meat filling and stir until the ingredients well mixed together. Chill the mixture in the fridge.
To make the gyoza skins, roll out the dough and knead for 5 minutes.
Cut the dough into 3 equal parts and roll each into a ball shape.
Roll and stretch out each ball as thin as you can.
Cut circular disk shapes using a cookie cutter.
Take one skin into your palm and add a spoonful of filling.
Wet the edge of the dough with a bit of water and fold over the dumpling to seal it.
Pinch the edges to create a pleated effect, this holds the dumplings together while cooking.
Take a large frying pan and add vegetable oil to start frying the dumplings. The dumplings should be fried for approximately 3 minutes until golden brown on the bottom.
Add 100 ml of water to the pan and cover the dumplings. They will steam there for another two minutes or so.
Once done, drizzle some sesame oil on the edges of the pan to add flavor.
Serve with dipping sauce while hot.