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Winter solstice 冬至

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Freshly Hand-made Dumplings
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Stores Information

Closed on 12.27.21 to observe Christmas

We have been experiencing high volume of orders these days. Frozen dumplings are ONLY available to order on tongdumpling.com or at store.

The Perfect Choice

It's time to eat jiaozi! This Chinese dumpling consists of minced meat and vegetables all wrapped inside a round, thin skin of dough. As the Winter Solstice (Monday, December 21) is approaching, jiaozi will be one of the most popular foods on this day. For 1,800 years it has been a tradition, especially for those who live in northern China, to eat jiaozi at the night of Winter Solstice as well as on Chinese New Year's Eve.

The Perfect Choice

Cooking Instructions: 

Frozen homemade dumplings do not need to be thawed.

  1. Bring a pot of water to a boil over high heat. Wait for the water to rapidly bubble. 

  2. Stir a small batch of dumplings into the water. Recommend 8-12 dumplings to an average-sized pot. Stir them in so they don't stick together. 

  3. Wait 3 to 4 minutes for the dumplings to float. Boil the dumplings for another 6 minutes until they look puffed up and transparent. You can also try adding 1⁄2 cup (120 mL) of cold water to the pot after the dumplings rise. Wait for the water to boil and the dumplings to float again. Repeat this until they are cooked through.

  4. Move the dumplings immediately to a serving plate.  

Tong Dumpling (San Jose)

San Jose

  • 484 Blossom Hill Rd, San Jose, CA 95123

  • (408) 622-8311

Cupertino 

  • 10869 N Wolfe Rd, Cupertino, CA 95014

  • 4087258166

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