Our main products are frozen Chinese dumplings, for which we have almost twenty options. We provide easy-to-do and easy-to-follow cooking instructions for you to enjoy hot and delicious dumplings at home. Our menu changes weekly and is rotated based on the ingredients available from local farmers’ markets, and to give our loyal and valuable costumers variety from week to week.
Jiǎozi Dumplings represent happiness and celebration and are typically served on Chinese New Year’s, which occurs during the Spring Festival. The shape of these dumpling is similar to ancient gold or silver ingots, and they symbolize wealth. availability of farmers’ resources.
Stuffed bun 包子
Bāo zi, known as steamed buns or filled buns, were my favorite breakfast every morning in China. Having a hot baozi in my hand on the way to school or work warmed up my day. My chubby and delicious baozi from my parents made my friends jealous.
Shumai (shāomài) is Cantonese cuisine served as a dim sum snack containing variety of fillings. Traditionally, these are purse-shaped pork dumplings. The name translates from the original Cantonese as “to cook and to sell.”
Eight treasure Chinese style rice 八宝饭
(Bābăofàn) Eight-Treasure Rice is a traditional dessert served during Chinese New Year celebrations and festival banquets. The dessert is a mound of sticky rice bejeweled with eight kinds of dried fruits and filled with red bean paste.
Peanuts fried, steamed, boiled, in soup, ground in food or desserts, cooked with the shell or without the shell, all varieties a very common and popular snack or ingredient in Chinese food. Two to three friends
Chinese chive pockets 韭菜盒
Chinese chive pockets are originally from Northern China. They are a bigger sized dumpling and more satisfying, with more filling. They are stuffed with Chinese herbs (chives) and scrambled eggs.
Steam bun & Chinese pastry 馒头烧饼
Chinese steamed buns (Mantou) and Chinese street-style pastry (Shaobing) are my girls’ favorites. My childhood memory of daily breakfast was eating them with porridge, soy milk or tea.
Food and culture
for Chinese New Year
Our main products are frozen Chinese dumplings, for which we have almost twenty options. Dumplings are great to eat when they are hot. We keep dumplings frozen and fresh, and provide easy-to-do and easy-to-follow cooking instructions for you to enjoy hot and delicious dumplings at home. Our menu changes weekly and is rotated based on the ingredients available from local farmers’ markets, and to give our loyal and valuable costumers variety from week to week. We also have weekly specials and holiday products to go with the dumplings. Thank you for being our loyal customer.