Best Frozen Dumplings in the Market Today


Fresh dumplings taste amazing, but sometimes you can’t get your hands on them. Luckily, frozen dumplings taste just as good, and they’re widely available in grocery stores. 

Chances are you’ve walked through the frozen food aisle and saw several Chinese dumpling and Korean dumpling brands. But with so many options to choose from, how do you know which one is the best? 

Well, we’re here to help you out. Continue reading to learn more about the best frozen dumplings to buy from the supermarket.

Choosing the Best Frozen Dumplings 

Before reviewing the list below, there are a few tips you should follow to help you narrow down your decision. As your looking at the different brands, there are several factors you should consider pertaining to the details of the dumplings. 

For starters, pay attention to the serving size. As you know, dumplings aren’t very big—depending on the type that you get. So pay attention and make sure that the brand that you’re selecting offers a decent amount of dumplings. 

For instance, some frozen dumplings may only come as a pack of four. That means you’ll either have to buy more or choose another brand that offers extra dumplings in the package. 

Also, if you enjoy different sauces with your dumplings, consider whether or not the brand that you’re selecting includes it. Most of them do, but if it doesn’t, make sure to buy it separately. Lastly, pay close attention to the ingredients. If you’re allergic to shellfish or you don’t eat pork, you’ll be upset if you get the wrong item. While shopping, it’s so easy to grab and go. But make sure that you read everything thoroughly!

The Best Frozen Dumplings

If you’re hungry for the best frozen dumplings, follow the highlighted link for a tasty option. Also, check out the delicious brands on the list below:

Wei-Chuan Sichuan-Style Spicy Pork Dumplings

These satisfying dumplings are incredibly delicious. Wei Chuan is headquartered out of Los Angeles and is one of America’s biggest Chinese food manufacturers.

The dumplings blend the taste of sweet and spicy and are packed with tons of pork. If you don’t want to pay restaurant prices, but you are still craving the restaurant taste, give these a try. A 20 oz package of these frozen dumplings costs roughly $6.

Prime Food Pork and Crab Mini Soupy Bun

If you love juice and soup coming out of your dumplings, you’ll enjoy these. You can either eat them with or without a spoon, it’s up to you. The flavors are intense and you’ll get a full flavor of crab juice in every bite. 

To top it all off, the pork within the bun matches so will with the crab, creating a burst of flavors that’s undeniable. Pick up these frozen dumplings for $6. They also come in a 20 oz pack.

3 Meals a Day Mini Spicy Pork Bun

These dumplings are manufactured by ACC foods. They are small Chinese dumplings that only take about five minutes to prepare. 

For those who love spice, these are sure to satisfy. They’re seasoned with a delicious sauce and accompanied with mushrooms mixed with tender pork. What’s better is that a 6.3 oz package of these is only about $5.

Nissui’s Crab Shumai 

There’s just something about crab that pairs so well with dumplings. These tasty treats are created by a Tokyo-based company. They are extremely soft and the crab creates a sweet flavor and aroma that’s undeniable. It’s wrapped in a thin gossamer paper that’s delicate with every bite. 

You can get 12 pieces of these dumplings for only $4.

The House Mandu Beef and Vegetable Dumplings

If you prefer Korean dumplings, you’ll definitely enjoy these. They are fried on top and have a soft bottom to create the best of both worlds. They are stuffed with vegetables, ribeye beef, and vermicelli.

These frozen dumplings encompass the flavor of Korean barbecue wrapped in a soft dumpling wrapper. When your taste buds are craving delicious Asian cuisine, buy these. A 24 oz pack costs about $10.

Gourmet Family Jumbo Pork Gyoza Dumplings

If you like big dumplings, these are sure to satisfy you. They’re made in the United States and are large, elongated frozen dumplings that are good fried or steamed. The inside includes a mixture of garlic, soy, green onions, and pork. 

They taste much like the dumplings that are served at Japanese restaurants. So if Japanese dumplings are your favorite, you’re going to love these. A one-pound pack only costs about $7.

Ajinomoto Shrimp Shumai

This brand of frozen dumplings is also another Japanese brand. They’re created by a Japanese manufacturing plant in Portland Oregon. The flavors of these dumplings are incredible and definitely satisfying for seafood lovers.  

You can find them in the grocery stores for roughly $11.50 for a 17.46 oz package. These dumplings are small, but you get quite a few of them in a pack.

Enjoy the Taste of Frozen Dumplings

When you can’t make it to a restaurant to get fresh dumplings, frozen dumplings are a tasty alternative. Now that you know more about the best prepackaged dumplings on the market, you can guarantee a tasty meal whenever you’re craving Asian cuisine. Which one of these frozen dumpling options made your mouth water?

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