A pretty nice box for green onion patties. Very interesting poem on packaging.Very interesting cooking instructions, too.Frozen Green Onion PattiesFlaky green onion patties.
He makes several different items other than the many types of dumplings, such as green onion patties, and red bean paste patties. I'm not a big fan of his green onion patties as I think they aren't flaky/layered enough, but too much of a doughy texture. He must be doing something right, because this little joint must be a little gold mine, as my friend who owns the place often makes his deliveries in his sparkling yellow Porshe 911. I guess I'm contributing to his wealth. My friends and family will place their orders through me. Maybe, I should be asking for a discount, shouldn't I?
How could I deny myself the pleasure of standing there and wrapping these dumplings for my loving family? Well, at 50 dumplings for $10 for the plain pork filled dumplings, it's a lot easier to buy than to make. Time is money, isn't that how the saying goes??
There are many ways that I cook my dumplings:
**DO NOT DEFROST BEFORE COOKING**
Way #1: To cook these delicious dumplings the faster way, just drop these suckers into a huge pot of boiling, salted water, stirring occasionally for about 10 minutes and serve in chicken broth.
Way #2: Boil a large pot of water. Drop the dumplings in until they are done, around 10 minutes. Heat a frying pan and coat pan with cooking oil. Place dumplings on pan to brown one side and serve.
Way #3: Arrange dumplings neatly with the pinched side up in a large skillet with lid. Add about a 1/2" of water and cover. Turn to medium high heat and bring to a boil. Continue to boil until all the water has evaporated being careful not to burn the dumplings. Remove when bottoms of dumplings are golden brown. Serve immediately.
1/4 cup low sodium soy sauce
1 tsp chili paste
1 close minced garlic
a dash of sesame oil
Mix and stir together all ingredients in a small bowl and serve.