When you go to a big Chinese supermarket, they often have an entire aisle dedicated to frozen dumplings. It’s a bit overwhelming. Thank goodness for my mother, who has tried most, if not all of the dumpling brands. She always tells me which ones to buy. We’ve talked about Way Fong Dumplings and Wei-Chuan Soup Dumplings, which we usually keep in our freezer, but this time, my mom suggested another brand to me, Prime Food. She was particularly interested in me trying the Pork & Cabbage flavored with Hot Seafood Sauce.

Pork and Cabbage Dumplings with XO Sauce

Ok. my mom knows my taste, and Lon’s by now. She knew we would like these dumplings and we sure did. They have the tastiest fillings, seasoned more than most and a bit spicy. I didn’t even want to dip it into anything. I was actually a little worried because the skins looked a bit thin (I don’t like the thin skinned Korean dumplings) but they had enough bounce to them.

Pork and Cabbage Dumpling with XO Sauce

An extra plus is that they are made in Brooklyn so they’re local for me, but a day after eating them, I noticed that they have food coloring. Agh! I’m allergic. Thank goodness nothing happened, but Lon will have to eat the rest of the bag. I’m sure he won’t complain.

Prime Food Dumplings

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