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Chicken dumplings???

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Hey everyone! My GF has developed an intolerance to pork and anything related to it within the past 6-9 months so we've been looking for other alternatives.

Does anyone know where I can get frozen chicken dumplings that are similar to gyoza style dumplings made with the thin skins? I used to get the frozen ones from that little shack down on Mosco but since obviously they are made with pork....

And while I'm at it, how about chinese-style chicken dumplings, those with the thicker dumpling skins? Thanks!

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  1. There are lots of types of frozen gyoza at JAS Mart on 23rd St. between Park and Madison. If you're in the neighborhood, I'd look there.

      1. I don't know the new name of the dumpling shop that was formerly known as Sun Dou on Grand and Mott but they carry frozen chicken dumplings.

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        1. re: KTinNYC

          It's called Good Dumpling House now and it's in the Chow directory.

        2. They have chicken-mushroom dumplings at Tasty Dumpling on Mulberry Street.

          1. My favorite are the chicken mushroom from Vanessa's Dumplings on 14th. 20 per pack, i think they're about $7/8 bucks.
            I boil then pan fry. If you buy them already cooked there, they will only boil them, not fry.

            1. If you're looking to dine out, I had some fantastic chicken dumplings last night at Yakitori Toto, 55th b/w 7th and 8th. There are many chicken choices but the best thing I tasted was the dumpling. YUM!

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              1. re: jillsunnyside

                I like the gyoza-style chicken and vegetable dumplings from Trader Joe's. Very yummy, cheap and easy to make.

                1. re: ukitali

                  Frozen chicken dumplings sold at the Chinese supermarkets are so good that some restaurants have been known to serve them. Obviously a Chinese dumpling restaurant wouldn't do this, but the chicken dumplings you order from the appetizer section of your neighborhood Chinese restaurant's menu could well be store bought.