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Reheating Instruction

Our frozen meals and dumplings are made for working adults with their families in mind.  We believe having dinner at home should be unpretentious and wholesome.  Our frozen meals and dumplings can be kept in your freezers at home,   great for any time you don't want to cook,  or just want to have great food around.   All these meals can be reheated and served very quickly.   Since we freeze them as soon as we make them,  they will never compromise in their taste or textures.  

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Steam is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED  way of cooking for our Soup Dumplings and Bao. it is probably the only way to bring out the best taste in them. 


1. line steamer (bamboo ones are good but not necessary) with parchment paper, or line it with leafy vegetable. (the idea is to not let your dumplings get stuck to the bottom and soup leak out)

2. place your FROZEN dumplings onto your steamer, keep them slightly apart as they will expand while steaming.

3. bring a pot of water (3-4 cups minimum) to boil,  place your steamer with soup dumplings over the boiling water.

4. cover lid, and let it steam for 10 mins.

5. remove steamer from pot, and ready to serve.


Please be aware  the soup inside the dumplings could be HOT. 

  1. Use non-stick pans only!

  2. Over high heat, put 1 teaspoon of vegetable oil into a non-stick pan;

  3. Place 8 pieces frozen dumplings flat side down and add 1/4 cup of water;

  4. Cover the pan, adjust to medium heat and cook for 5 minutes;

  5. Remove lid and wait for excess water to evaporate;

  6. Continue to cook for about 30 seconds or until the bottoms turn golden brown.

  7. ENJOY with your favorite dipping sauce.


Making Potstickers

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Boil Dumplings

  1. Bring 5 cups of water to a boil;

  2. Gently add 8 pieces frozen dumplings into the pot;

  3. Cook for 5 minutes or until the dumplings start to float to the surface;

  4. Remove dumplings and serve with your favorite dipping sauce.​


  1. Cooking time may vary depending on your microwave oven.

  2. Place 8 pieces frozen dumplings into a microwavable dish;

  3. Add approximately 2 teaspoon of water and cover with a completely wet paper towel;

  4. Microwave on high for 2-3 minutes;

  5. Remove dish with caution as contents may be very HOT!

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