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Shiitake Mushroom Chicken

March 23, 2015 in What's New

It’s disconcerting that at any given moment, bombs are going off somewhere in the world. Fortunately, not all bombs are destructive. Modern chefs have created umami bombs. Umami—oo-MA-mee—is the “fifth taste” (after sweet, salty, sour, and bitter...), and it’s been used for ages, though not officially identified until the early twentieth century. When dropped in the mouth, umami bombs detonate comforting, savory flavors. Trader Ming’s Shiitake Mushroom Chicken is our latest comestible bomb, and it’s been...

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Crispy Green Curry Shrimp Gyoza

December 31, 2014 in What's New

Gyoza (gyoh-zah) is not new to us. We’ve had a selection of these Japanese dumpling treats in our freezers since 2007, when we first introduced our Chicken Gyoza Potstickers. These were a hit, which we followed up with our Gyoza Dipping Sauce in 2008. By 2011, we had added three more versions of gyoza: Pork, Vegetable, and Vegetables with Shrimp. Now, almost eight years later, we’re introducing Crispy Green Curry Shrimp Gyoza, a version that is distinct—both inside and out—from all our existing dumpling fare... and, just as good! Inside, these dumplings are...

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