Trader Joe’s Potstickers, Chicken Gyoza

These Trader Joe’s potstickers are made from chicken and vegetables and have a really good flavor to them, especially when crisped up in a pan. You can also steam or microwave these little chicken gyoza dumplings, and they maintain their great flavor but without the ideal texture. These also come in a pork gyoza potsticker which are also excellent. In the last few years Trader Joe’s soup dumplings have also come to the frozen section that I prefer to these since they are filled with a delicious rich broth as opposed to a meat filling………….

  • 200 calories per serving
  • Net Weight: 16 oz
  • Fully cooked and ready to eat

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Potstickers at Trader Joe’s

There are a lot of different dumpling options at TJs in the frozen section, and the gyozas have probably been around the longest. If you have the time, it doesn’t get much better than crisping the outside of these up in a frying pan so the outside is a crunchy, delicious texture while the inside is full of surprisingly good tasting chicken and veggies. How does everyone like to cook these TJs potstickers? I like the Trader Joe’s gyoza sauce with these of course, but if anyone uses a different sauce with these gyozas, let us know! And if you can’t make it out to TJs, give these items a try…..

Gyoza: The Ultimate Dumpling Cookbook: 50 Recipes from Tokyo’s Gyoza King – Pot Stickers, Dumplings, Spring Rolls and More!

Kikkoman Gyoza Dipping Sauce, 10 Ounce (Pack of 3)

Price: $3.99

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3 thoughts on “Trader Joe’s Potstickers, Chicken Gyoza

  1. There is nothing on the package to indicate from product is from? Where are these Trader Joe’s brand chicken and veggie potstickers made?
    Thank you.

    1. That is also my question. I find it odd that it’s not and only the distributor. So until we find that out I won’t be purchasing them again. And there really good.

      1. For meat products, it’s easy to find: the USDA number on the bottom right hand corner (P-19083) gives you the establishment number, and the USDA website will tells you which producer the number is assigned to. In this case, it’s O’Tasty Foods, the largest potsticker producer in North America!

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