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  • Normally, I like potstickers (basically a pasta shell with some vegetables and other items inside)
  • But, when it came to this brand, I honestly was not impressed and kind of wish I wouldn't have spent what I did on them
  • I think they were about half the size I was expecting
  • If you are looking for a brand of potstickers and have a choice, I would recommend avoiding this one

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      We made some Chinese food the other day and, because I wasn’t sure if what we purchased would be enough, I stopped off at the store and purchased a package of Ling Ling Potstickers to go with it. I should have saved my money. Normally, I like potstickers (basically a pasta shell with some vegetables and other items inside).

      But, when it came to this


      brand, I honestly was not impressed and kind of wish I wouldn’t have spent what I did on them. First of all, the cooking instructions on these things were a bit difficult to follow since some were for as little as 5 potstickers.

      I ended up boiling them because that was the easiest method to follow and I didn’t want to reduce the quality by ...


      • cooking them in the microwave. Second, the potstickers were pretty darn small compared to what I normally buy when I’m at the store.

        I think they were about half the size I was expecting. And, even more important, there really wasn’t much inside any of these.

        I definitely expected more vegetables. Of course, some of them did rip open inside the bag so that could

        have contributed to that.

        Overall, I just was not impressed with this product. Again, I expected a bit more quality considering I did spend more than I expected to on this brand.

        If you are looking for a brand of potstickers and have a choice, I would recommend avoiding this one. Don’t let the panda on the package fool you.

        This brand isn’t even close to being good Chinese food.




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