And my goodness, but they're delicious.
I simply minced up whatever stuff I had around (ginger, garlic, mushrooms, um, random leftover broccoli stems I think, bean sprouts), sautéed it, filled the little wrappers and pretended to know what I was doing about the folding. Then one fry-steaming session later, voila!
They were a bit bland (need to add more flavory stuff next time) and a little lumpy and unwieldy. Apparently chopping the stuff smaller would be a good idea. But! Still delicious, and way less intimidating than I'd thought they'd be.
The picture is from their second round, as leftover bento lunches. Served with cold sesame noodles topped with more bean sprouts.
The cold sesame noodles are loosely based on Pioneer Woman's recipe, and are always remarkably delicious. I tend to use udon noodles instead of spaghetti, but hey, in her words, whatever makes your skirt fly up.