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Frozen Potstickers

19 reviews|1 answered question

R130.00R198.00

A delicious variety of potstickers to add to your next Asian Dinner! These Potstickers do not require a Bamboo Steamer but are rather cooked in a pan.

The main difference between a Dumpling & a Potsticker is that they are crescent-shaped & are first pan-fried and then steamed. This is because they are steam fried to get a crispy golden bottom layer and to ensure that the filling is juicy and delicious.

How to Steam Fry?

  • Have 1/4 cup water and a tight-fitting lid for your pan at the ready, by your stove. Heat a large, nonstick frying pan over medium heat. When hot, swirl in a little cooking oil, just enough to swirl around. Carefully lay potstickers into the pan, they can touch a little, but do not overcrowd. Cook for 1-2 minutes, then peek under one or two potstickers to see if the bottoms have lightly browned. Adjust your heat if needed.
  • When lightly browned, it’s time for the steaming. In one hand, have the lid ready. In the other, carefully pour in 1/4 cup of water into the pan. It will splatter, so please be careful. Immediately cover pan with the lid to trap the steam. Let cook for 2 minutes, then open the lid. Continue cooking for another 2 minutes, until all of the water has evaporated. Take a peek under the potsticker. You can add a little more cooking oil if it has trouble browning (but only after all the water has evaporated, otherwise it will splatter.) Shake the pan to loosen the potstickers, swirl in the oil and tilt pan to distribute the oil. When bottoms are nicely browned, plate and serve with dipping sauce.
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Che Gourmet sells Authentic Korean Kimchi and Fermented Foods online in South Africa. Visit our online shop for more information.

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The Authentic Fermented Korean Condiment

Kimchi is a fermented condiment that originates from South Korea and can be likened to a German Sauerkraut, a South African Chakalaka or Indian Atchar. It is 100% naturally fermented and therefore contains zero refined sugar or vinegar and is teeming with billions of Gut Friendly Bacteria & Probiotics per tablespoon.

It has typical Asian flavours of Ginger, Garlic & Chillis which amplify the flavour of this product & bring you a condiment that is not only delicious but essential to the maintenance of good gut health. Our Kimchi is also 100% vegan which is the more ancient traditional version from the Buddhist monks who are still a huge part of Korean culture today.

This product requires special packaging in order to maintain cold temperature & therefore is only available via courier services.

Ingredients

Chinese Cabbage, Carrots, Daikon Radish, Onions, Garlic, Ginger, Korean Red Pepper Flakes, Kalahari Desert Salt

Allergens

Product manufactured in a factory that uses seeds and nuts.

Eat Me!

With every meal to increase its Probiotic value especially; Salads, Sandwiches, Stir Frys, Pizzas and more.

Storage Instructions

Requires Refrigeration. 5 degrees Celsius or less to prevent over-fermentation.

Pork, Chicken, Beef & Vegan

Cabbage & Pork – 30 Pieces Per Bag, Chive & Pork – 30 Pieces Per Bag, Chilli Satay Chicken – 10 Pieces Per Bag, Golden Beef – 10 Pieces Per Bag, Vegan – 30 Pieces Per Bag

19 reviews for Frozen Potstickers

4.8
Based on 19 reviews
1-5 of 19 reviews
  1. Very tasty

  2. Yummmmm

  3. Delivered perfectly still frozen. Very tasty and convenient

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Q & A

Are the dumplings and popsticks made with wheat flour? Gali asked on 5th April 2023

Yes they are, only the Hargow is made with Rice Flour

Ché answered on 17th April 2023 store manager
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