Golden, crispy and delicious!
LOVE these. We buy them every week for an easy lunch. Put straight into a hot frying pan (with a little oil if not non-stick), put the lid on, and wait until golden brown underneath, then flip to the second side, repeat, and flip to the third side, until golden and crispy all over. Don’t burst, filling and delicious lunch for 2!
Excellent for Japanese food or for fakeaway. Two o
Excellent for Japanese food or for fakeaway. Two of us scoffed the whole bag because they're so good
Considering they are frozen, excellent taste. And
Considering they are frozen, excellent taste. And suprisingly low fat.
Handy for a quick meal
These are handy if you need a quick snack, ready in a few minutes. Or add to noodles and peas for a larger meal. Quite tasty, though obviously not restaurant quality.
A bit too hot but very tasty!
I am not used to spicy food so I find these a touch hot, but toned down with some vegetables on the side are a very tasty vegan meal. I cooked them in a shallow frying pan covered with a lid in a bit of water and they were ready in 5 minutes and no need to drain them.
Really good product! I don’t know why dumplings are so hard to find outside of Asian supermarkets as they’re delicious, so it’s good to see these finally making their way into mainstream UK stores. I fry these after spraying a pan with a little low-calorie cooking spray, and add a tbsp soy sauce, 1/2 tsp honey and some chilli flakes once they’re warmed through. Creates a really nice sticky soy glaze with a bit of a kick! Perfect as a starter, part of a stir-fry or as a side for dishes like ramen. Only downside is that they’re pretty expensive when they’re at full price, but definitely worth it on offer! Hoping that more non big-branded dumplings will make their way into supermarkets soon!
Tasteless, soggy and even the sauce is dreadful
Soggy and tasteless. These Gyoza are just as bad as the soy sauce they provide with them which is bland, cheap and watered down.
They are amazing. Remind of a restaurant I visit.
I am spending a fortune on these products. Lol, they should come with a government health warning, as I cannot leave them alone.
You have to try these!!!!!
These are amazing!!!! I fry them in half tbsp of oil until nice and crispy and then combine the soy and chilli to make a lovely dipping sauce. Please don’t boil them, they are so much better fried, as it adds texture and flavour. I literally eat these everyday!!!!
Pan cook is best I think. I boiled them the first time and for me they were too soft and floppy. I prefer them a little more firm and lightly golden brown. I used the sauce in the package and also made the "make your own dipping sauce" recipe on the back of the package and combined the two adding a touch of sweet chilli sauce. Which of course I thought was really good. Two of us had this dish for dinner. We looking forward to having this again soon.