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Potstickers

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Bursting-with-flavor and ready-in-minutes, our Potstickers are little tasty answers to your appetizer prayers. Available in Chicken, Pork or Edamame, just steam, pan sear, microwave, or air fry. However you choose to make them, these little morsels will be ready in no time.

Edamame ingredients:

Filling: Cabbage, Edamame (Young Soybeans), Vermicelli (Green Beans, Peas), Carrots, Soy Sauce (Water, Soybeans, Wheat, Salt), Modified Food Starch, Sugar, Onion, Yeast Extract, Salt, Soybean Oil, Garlic, Black Pepper.
Wrapper: Unbleached Wheat Flour Enriched (Niacin, reduced iron, Thiamine Mononitrate, Riboflavin, Folic Acid), Water, Food Starch, Salt, Soybean Oil
CONTAINS: soy, Wheat

Pork ingredients:

Filling: Pork, cabbage, onion, soy sauce (water, soybeans, wheat, salt), sesame seed oil, salt, garlic, sugar, spices. 
Wrapper: unbleached wheat flour enriched (niacin, reduced iron, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acic), water, food starch, salt, soybean oil. Countains: wheat, soy, sesame

Chicken ingredients:

Filling: cabbage, chicken, sesame seeds oil, onion, soy sauce (water, wheat, soybean, salt), salt, soybean, sugar, spices, garlic. Wrapper: unbleached wheat flour enriched (niacin, reduced iron, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin, water, food satarch, salt, soybean oil

Frying (Use non-stick pans only): Put approx. 1/2 table spoon of vegetable oil into a frying pan. Heat frying pan with medium heat. mace the frozen potstickers in the frying pan. Cook until the bottom of the potstickers are slightly brown. Add cold water into the frying pan to cover 1/4 of the potstickers height. Cover frying pan and cook in high heat-Turn to medium heat when most of the water has evaporated. Continue to cook until all the water has evaporated and the bottom of the potstickers are golden brown. * Boiling: Boil a pot of water. Place the frozen in the boiling water. Stir the pot stickers slowly to prevent them from sticking to pot. Boil with high heat until the float to surface. Turn to medium heat and cook for another 4-5 minutes until potstickers are done. * Steaming: Boil water in steam cooker. Line the steamer with cabbage or lettuce leaves. Place the frozen potstickers in the steamer on top of the leaves. Cover steamer and cook for approximately 15 minutes until potstickers are done. * Deep Frying: Preheat oil to 350 F, place 10 potstickers in heated oil, and cook for 4-5 minutes until turn golden brown. * Microwave heating: Cover 10 potstickers loosely with wet paper towel and heat on high for 2 minutes. Turn the potstickers over and reheat for another 2 minutes. potstickers will be heated through but not browned.

Product Tour

Our ground pork is made primarily from meat from the Shoulder primal, which is itself divided into two sub-primals known as the Picnic Shoulder and the Butt (from the old English word for barrel). It’s located at the front of the hog between the neck and the loin. It’s high in intramuscular fat which lends a deep, rich flavor and makes it ideal for grinding.

Local heritage.

Local heritage.

Our chef-coveted Heritage breed hogs are raised in open-pasture farms in eastern Pennsylvania. Naturally herd animals, the pigs roam outside as long as they like and can come inside for shelter as they please. They eat a 13-stage all-vegetarian diet and grow to roughly 280 lbs. Like all stock we source, our pork is raised without any antibiotics, hormones or steroids, and our farming partners employ the strictest standards in animal welfare.

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Reviewed by Mary
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Rated 5 out of 5

These fill a gap in my culinary repertoire

I love Asian food, but don't have the skills, and never have the right ingredients on hand. During the pandemic, we have avoided eating out, for the most part, and the Chinese restaurant we patronize was the one I missed most.

The pork potstickers have kept me going between the rare occasions I've been able to get take out Chinese. The instructions are so detailed and easy to follow! The filling is as good as any I've had.

We did try the edamame, and my husband like them (not as much as the pork), but I just don't like edamame. It leaves an aftertaste for me. Not a criticism of the potstickers! I get that with many soy products. So I don't think I'll have those again. But I look forward to trying the chicken soon.

If you want a quick and easy finger food - or entree - you can't go wrong with these. Just read the directions and follow them - and pan frying is the best, I think.

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Potstickers

Love these potstickers. The dough is very thin and a lot of filling in each. They cook up very quickly and make a great appetizer and/or main meal.

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