Available either with a Pork and Prawn filling or a Chicken Variant. With two ways to enjoy.
The won ton originated in Northern China as a meat filled bun, but has later developed into the delicacies that are enjoyed in many different ways today. Whether boiled and added to a light soup, or deep fried for a crunchy experience, the won ton is always delicious.
Today, the won ton has many different fillings and flavors.
20 pieces per order.
Cooking Instructions for Boiled Won Tons:
Take the frozen Won Tons and boil in water for 8 minutes.
For soups, we recommend using a light chicken broth with Asian greens for the authentic experience. Those looking for some spice can add some white pepper powder. A bit more kick can be found by adding some chili oil.
If eaten alone, we recommend adding some chili oil to add to the spice.
Cooking Instructions for deep fried Won Tons:
Defrost the Won Tons in the microwave for 30 seconds.
Deep fry the Won Tons on a medium heat hot oil until crispy and golden.
Enjoy immediately while hot!
Optional sweet chili dipping sauce.
See below for our in depth videos showing how you can prepare each of our products at home. Contact us if you have any questions and we'll gladly assist.
Dim Sum Items:
The below video demonstrates the ideal preparation for our Dim sum range. A Bamboo steamer is recommended for this preparation. Use one or two layers for the steamer depending on the number of dim sum.
Products that can be cooked using this method: Shrimp Dumpling, Soup Dumpling, Siu Mai, Barbecue Pork Bun, Chicken Bun, Custard Bun, Seafood Dumpling.
Pan Fried Dumplings
An easy guide to making crispy pan fried dumplings at home.
Won Ton Soup:
Use the video below to make a warm comforting won ton Soup at home.
Char Siu Barbecue Roast Pork 叉燒
1. Add the Packet of Char Siu Barbecue Pork to a Simmering pot of Water.
2. Simmer the packet at medium heat for 20 minutes. (Optional) Open the packet and add the contents to a preheated grill oven and crisp until desirable.