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Dumplings Jiaozi 餃子 (20)

Regular price R 99.00

Perhaps one of the most recognized East-Asia treats, the Dumpling.

The origin of the dumpling is a story revolving a Northern China Doctor. Upon returning to his home town during one of the most chilling winters, he noticed that his towns people and loved ones had suffered from extreme frostbite and some had even lost their ears due to the cold. The doctor then filled up dough wrappers with delicious meats and more importantly, medicinal herbs to ease the sickness and heal the body and soul. He cooked up a giant pot of soup and healed the entire village of its cold with this dish. 

It is said that the dumpling takes its shape through the ears that were lost to the frostbite. Today, the won ton has many different fillings and flavors.

Each order contains 20 Dumplings.

Cooking Instructions for boiling:

  1. Add frozen dumplings to a pot with 2/3 boiling water. This will stop the water from boiling
  2. Once the water starts boiling again, add one cup of cold water to the pot.
  3. Repeat step 2 twice for a total of 3 added cups of cold water.
  4. Drain the dumplings and enjoy!

Serving suggestions:

  • If boiling, slightly rinse the dumplings after boiling to remove excess starch to avoid sticking.
  • Enjoy with Chinese black vinegar and optionally some chili oil.

    Preparation Videos

    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.

    3. (Optional) Baste finished product with Honey

    4. Enjoy!