Fully cooked chicken and vegetable dumplings with a soy sauce packet.
Category: Frozen Food.
Lena – November 14, 2014:
These are decent. It’s not something I would regularly crave, but they’re nice to keep in the back of the freezer for when I’m out of my usual favorites.
D. Hurley – December 24, 2015:
OH MY. These little babies are my favorite. I don’t follow directions real well. I heat a pan, throw them in. Brown a bit. Then turn up the heat and add water (just enough to cover bottom) and cover with a lid. Turn a couple times, put the packet in the water and service it. AWESOME quick dinner.
Wes – April 3, 2016:
I wouldn’t recommend making these in the microwave. First they came out too cold in the middle (even though I put them in longer than the directions said), and then when I heated them a little longer, they just tasted mushy without a whole lot of flavor.
From the other reviews, it sounds like they’re much, much better when steaming or otherwise making on the stovetop, so I would recommend that for anyone who tries these.
A. Jackson – November 8, 2016:
Good flavor. I heated the pan with a little grape seed oil and filtered water. Added the shu mai and stir fried them add a little more water as needed until golden brown. Then I put the lid on to steam then a little and after tossed them around the hot pan just to add a little crispyness to the outside. Sounds like a lot of steps but it went very quickly. They were perfect …didn’t even need the sauce.
Not that bad
Fully cooked chicken and vegetable dumplings, ready to heat and serve.
Fully cooked and seasoned.