Trader Joe’s Chicken Gyoza Potstickers Reviews

(10 customer reviews)

Fully cooked chicken and vegetable dumplings, ready to heat and serve.

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10 reviews for Trader Joe’s Chicken Gyoza Potstickers Reviews

  1. CDJ

    I eat these frequently. They are not restaurant quality, but good for a quick meal and easy to prepare.

  2. Wes

    Surprisingly good for frozen potstickers! Even just made in the microwave they’re tasty and nice and crispy. Personally I like to dip them in ketchup, though other people seem to think that’s gross!

  3. Anonymous

    These s great for a quick meal. We dip the in either yoshida’s sauce (get it at costco) or soy mixed with sweet chili sauce. I like them better than the big bag we get from costco…so often they get freezer burned and stuck together

  4. Anonymous

    I lived in China for many years and am a bit of a dumpling fanatic. I pretty much always have frozen dumplings in the freezer. I was surprised to realize that TJ’s dumplings (both the chicken and pork) are equal to if not better than the Korean, Japanese, Chinese brands of dumplings I’ve tasted. Huh, who woulda thunk it.

  5. Nora

    These are great! Super low in calorie and make a great side/appetizer

  6. Bobbie W.

    These are amazing! I love pan fried stickers. I had these in my freezer when my DH surprised me with an air fryer one night. It was on like Saigon! i cooked them for 10 minutes on 400 flipping half way thru and served with a dipping sauce of Teriyaki, soy, spicy garlic chili paste and a little brown sugar reduced in a saute skillet. We ended up eating the whole bag though I should probably leave this part out LOL.

  7. artoncraftscn

    Hello. And Bye.

  8. Robert B

    These are quick and easy to prepare. A balanced tasty blend of chicken and vegetables and a chewy, firm dough.
    My kids and I love them and when we’re hungry, it’s fast.

  9. LarryCleaH

    supplemental resources

  10. Anonymous

    Really bland, like nearly every other frozen product TJ’s has. Do yourself a favor and go to an Asian grocery store and get yourself some quality gyoza. You’ll never switch back.

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