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I picked up a box of Chicken Shu Mai at Trader Joes from the freezer section because they looked delicious. Ive always been a sucker for potstickers at my local Chinese food restaurant. Granted, these arent pot stickers, but they reminded me of a lot healthier version. Granted, theyre a bit of a wonton (which in my area is only served in soup!) but I was looking forward to trying it. The box describes it as a chicken and vegetable dumpling with a tangy soy sauce. The dumpling itself is very flavorful and can honestly be eaten by itself. It has a nice flavoring, with a mild hint of scallion (green onions) in the background. They cook up super fast because they are already pre-cooked so I went the easy way out and steamed them in the microwave. I believe you can pan fry these if you wished which would only make the outside a little crunchy. The soy sauce is CRAZY tangy like face puckering tangy. Im a fan of dipping sauces, but this is not one that I was a fan of. It tasted as though there was a ton of citrus in with the soy sauce. Woo it gave me chills! You do get a generous serving 6 pieces with 1/3 of the sauce (which is really too much because the sauce is SO tangy you only need a tiny little bit). Points plus wise a serving is only 4 pointsplus! QUESTION: Have you tried Trader Joes Chicken Shu Mai? Image is mine do not take or use. Thank you.
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