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When you prepare our Pork & Vegetable Potstickers, prepare to be popular. The reason? A mouth-watering combination of lean pork, fresh vegetables and seasonings in every bite. We’ve been cooking up this people-pleasing, simple Asian recipe for years, so it’s ready to serve in mere minutes.
When you prepare our Pork & Vegetable Potstickers, prepare to be popular. The reason? A mouth-watering combination of lean pork, fresh vegetables and seasonings in every bite. We’ve been cooking up this people-pleasing, simple Asian recipe for years, so it’s ready to serve in mere minutes.
Try our other Potsticker varieties:
Try our other Potsticker varieties:

Reviews: Pork and Vegetable

  • Pork Pot-stickers

    Ling Ling have the absolutely BEST Pot-stickers I've ever had. They even out do those from any Chinese restaurant we've eaten at.

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  • Yum!

    Our foreign exchange student hooked us on potstickers - esp my daughter. She rates these the best from a freezer. Pan fries hers
  • 67.2 oz
  • 56 oz
  • 24 oz

Nutrition Info

Serving Size: 5 Pieces
Servings per container:
About 12

Calories 280
Carbs 38g
Fat 8g
Sodium 640mg
Sugar 4g
Fiber 2g
Protein 12g

All Natural
No Preservatives
0 Grams Trans Fat per serving

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Nutrition Info

Serving Size: 5 Pieces
Servings per container:
About 10

Calories 280
Carbs 38g
Fat 8g
Sodium 640mg
Sugar 4g
Fiber 2g
Protein 12g

All Natural
No Preservatives
0 Grams Trans Fat per serving

View all Nutrition Information View all Nutrition Information

Nutrition Info

Serving Size: 5 Pieces
Servings per container:
About 4

Calories 280
Carbs 38g
Fat 8g
Sodium 640mg
Sugar 4g
Fiber 2g
Protein 12g

All Natural
No Preservatives
0 Grams Trans Fat per serving

View all Nutrition Information View all Nutrition Information

Preparation Instructions


  1. Place sauce packets in hot water to warm. Add 1 tbsp. oil to a nonstick skillet; coat skillet evenly.
  2. Place frozen potstickers in a single layer, flat-side down, leaving space between potstickers. Add water (see chart below). Bring to boil. Cover and simmer on medium-high 8 minutes.
  3. Uncover. Continue cooking until water has evaporated and bottoms of potstickers are lightly browned. Do not move potstickers during cooking.

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ALTERNATE COOKING METHODS

Boil (Traditional Method)

  1. Place sauce packets in hot water to warm.
  2. Fill saucepan three-quarters full with water.
  3. Bring to boil; add frozen potstickers.
  4. Return water to boil; boil 5 to 6 minutes. Drain well.
  5. (Optional) To brown, coat nonstick skillet evenly with oil. Place potstickers in a single layer in the skillet, flat-side down. Cook over medium heat 4 to 5 minutes or until bottoms are golden brown. Do not move potstickers during cooking.

Microwave (Not Recommended)

  1. Place sauce packets in hot water to warm.
  2. Place 5 frozen potstickers in a 1-qt. microwaveable bowl; add 1 cup warm water (enough to cover the potstickers). Place bowl on a microwaveable plate.
  3. Microwave on High 4 to 5 minutes or until cooked through, stirring after 2 minutes.
  4. Drain potstickers. Be careful– bowl and water will be very hot!

Please follow cooking instructions carefully and be sure to cook thoroughly to an internal temperature of 165°F. Appliances vary. Adjustments may be necessary to cook thoroughly. Store unused spring rolls in freezer.

Pairing
Asian noodle salad
Potsticker pairing - asian noodles
Pairing
Asian noodle salad
Potsticker pairing - asian noodles