This recipe is for spicy Asian beef similar to Szechuan beef. In fact, my dad took inspiration from Szechuan beef but was lacking many of the critical ingredients.
Although pot stickers may seem like an intimating meal to make, they're actually quite simple. The only really difficult thing is seasoning the pork just right since you can't taste it. For this, I recommend making a tiny patty to cook and then tasting it. If it still needs salt, then add more soy sauce, make another patty, cook it, and taste it. Repeat this as many times as you need to get it seasoned just right. Though, remember that it will be inside a very bland dough, so its saltiness has to make up for both items.
Whenever my dad makes his famous volcanes he always uses the same beans. These beans have milk, peppers, and cheese, which is quite strange. Especially compared to beans used in Mexican food. So, everyone calls his beans “gringo beans.” Nonetheless, everyone loves them, and if you want to try them, this is the recipe!