When I used to live close to my sister, we loved making potstickers (aka dumplings) together, but now that we live quite far from each other and only see each other about once or twice a year, we’d rather save the efforts of cooking to have more family time. Ling Ling Potstickers helped with just that!
Instead of spending time making the potsticker mix with the meat and vegetables, letting it marinate, then folding each potsticker by hand, we grabbed a couple of bags of Ling Ling Potstickers from a local grocery to still enjoy potstickers together without the hassle of making them. Read on to find out why we loved them, or find out where to buy Ling Ling Potstickers asap!
This post on Ling Ling Potstickers was sponsored by Ling Ling. All opinions are my own.
Ling Ling Potstickers are timesavers.
As briefly mentioned above, Ling Ling Potstickers are timesavers. You don’t need to go through all the trouble of gathering all the ingredients for the dumpling mix, letting it marinade, and folding them one by one. All you have to do is pull them out of the freezer, pop them on a pan with oil, put a bit of water in the pan, and wait 10 minutes for them to be done. That’s all!
Plus, they save time with all the clean-up you don’t have to do! Since you don’t need to make the dumpling mix yourself, you won’t have to pull out your food processor, grater, mixing bowls, and whatever you usually use to make dumplings. That’s a lot of dishes you won’t have to wash!
Lastly, these frozen Chinese dumplings come with its own Ling Ling Potsticker Sauce so you don’t have to spend time making your own sauce. Its signature, authentic taste makes the dinner experience even tastier.
Ling Ling Potstickers are tasty.
Since my sister and I make our own dumplings, we’re quite picky with the frozen Chinese dumplings we buy. Ling Ling Pork and Vegetable dumplings passed our palate test! We enjoyed the authentic flavors, especially because of the quick prep time.
We thought the dumpling skin was a bit thicker than what we’re used to, which is why we enjoyed frying the dumplings (versus boiling them). This is the method that the directions recommend anyways, which I highly recommend!
Overall, these dumplings hit quite close to home as we could tell it had high quality, clean protein and veggies. Because of its taste and easy-to-prep directions, I’d highly recommend enjoying them for the Chinese New Year celebrations or really anytime with your family so you have more quality family time together!
If you do grab a bag of them, I’d love for you to tell me how you like them! Comment below or reach out to me on Instagram. Thanks for stopping by! xo.
Read ideas for easy, low-carb Asian dinners here.