- Add 1.5 Tbsp of oil to a cold, nonstick pan
- Arrange frozen dumplings in pan, pleated side up, flat bottom side down
- For 12 dumplings, add 1/2 cup water; for 6 dumplings, add 1/3 cup water to the pan
- Turn the heat on HIGH
- Cover your pan, wait for water to boil. Once the water is boiling, lower the heat to medium
- Cook 8-10 minutes with the cover on, or until water is fully cooked off
- Remove the cover or lid, and continue to cook 2-3 minutes further or until bottoms are golden brown and crispy. Check frequently making sure the dumplings do not burn.
- Serve with the sauce and enjoy!
- Bring a pot with 10 cups of water to a rolling boil
- Stir up the water in one direction to create a vortex
- Add fresh or frozen wontons and bring the water back to a boil, be careful not to agitate the wontons too much because of their delicate skins
- Once boiling, lower the heat to a slow simmer
- After 2-3 minutes in the boiling water, the wontons will float to the surface, once floating, keep cooking the wontons for an additional minute. The total cooking time will be about 3-4 minutes.
- Turn off the heat, and ladle the wontons out gently with a slotted spoon into a serving bowl
- Drizzle wontons with the included red chili oil sauce and top with cilantro and scallions - serve immediately
Pork and Red Bean ZZ's (reheating method 1 - traditional)
- Bring a small pot with enough water to cover your ZZ's to a simmer
- Add your ZZ's and simmer them in the water for 10 minutes
- Remove from the water and serve immediately if you like your food piping hot or if you're like us, let them cool for 10 minutes before serving
- For Pork ZZ's - Drizzle included seasoned soy over the Pork ZZ's for added flavor
- For Red Bean ZZ's - Dust them with included sugar for extra crunch and sweetness
Pork and Red Bean ZZ's (reheating method 2 - fast and simple)
- Put a ZZ in the microwave.
- Nuke it for 1-2 minutes until the internal temp reaches 165F