Dumplings and gyoza are popular Asian appetizers that can be fried, steamed or simmered in soup. They’re light, tasty and easy to eat. They’re also available in many different forms, from traditional dumplings to gyoza (Japanese-style) to Chinese potstickers.
Ling ling potstickers nutrition
Ling Ling is a brand of frozen potstickers that have become America’s favorite. They’re made from a family recipe and are filled with tender chicken, fresh vegetables and savory seasonings. They’re also accompanied by a packet of dipping sauce, making them perfect for snacking or adding to a main dish.
These potstickers are very convenient to make in the air fryer. Just place the frozen potstickers in a single layer, making sure they’re not overlapping each other. You’ll get delicious, golden-brown bottoms and crispy tops in less than 10 minutes!
The nutrition information on ling ling potstickers is fairly decent, though they are a bit high in carbs and sodium. They have 13g of protein per serving and a very low fat content, which helps to balance out the rest.
Cooking instructions for ling ling potstickers are simple: Boil; Microwave; or to Brown (Optional). For boiling, fill a saucepan three-quarters full with water and bring to a boil.
For microwave: Add 5 frozen potstickers to a 1-qt. microwaveable bowl; cover with 1 cup of warm water.
Cook on high 4 to 5 minutes or until cooked thoroughly, turning over after 2 minutes. Drain well. Be careful - the water and bowl will be very hot!