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Apr 29, 2013 04:11 PM

Frozen Pork Dumplings From Wang's- Still a Lifesaver

We usually have a bag of these in the freezer, but because I've been motivated to cook alot this winter, our inventory had run out. So i stopped by yestday for our fav. Pork and Shrimp dumplings.(I do like the Pork and Leek and Pork and Green Bean as well.) Boy oh boy, when you haven't had them for awhile, you forget how delicious they are. And what a difference in their toothsome housemade wrappers ! I just boil and drain and toss them with a 1 to 1 mix of Maruhon Rice Wine Vinegar and tamari. Bingo. About 15 minutes from start to finish.
And party guests go nuts for them. :-} I wonder how many Tufts students keep a supply in their dorm freezers (or would, if they knew about them).......

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  1. Where/what is Wang's for an occasional Boston visitor?

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    1. re: sr44

      It is a small Chinese restnt in Somerville somewhat near Tufts/not very far from rt 93.Odd hours/days, so call before going.

      1. re: opinionatedchef

        508 Broadway, Somerville. I wouldn't send an "occasional Boston visitor" there as it's out of the way, but a neighborhood favorite. Closed Tues, otherwise open 4pm-1am weekdays, 11:30am-1am Sat-Sun.

        1. re: Aromatherapy

          thx much,A. No, i wouldn't send them for the regular food, but def would for the frozen dumplings. (wouldn't you?)

          1. re: opinionatedchef

            We go for regular food quite frequently (we also live not too far away). Rather consistent. We have also bought their frozen dumplings too.


    2. How many come in the bag and how much are they? Thanks.

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      1. re: catsmeow

        I think it's like 50 per bag for $15

      2. very good dumplings but marginally worse than those at Golden Garden and marginally better than those at Mulan's.

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        1. re: cambridgedoctpr

          I was wondering how Wang's dumplings compared to Golden Garden. How would you rate the different variety of dumplings at GG?