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Appetizing CP Chicken Gyoza With Spinach

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One of the largest food companies in Asia, CP Foods launches its all-new Japanese-styled CP Chicken Gyoza recently, & being a Gyoza fan, I was really excited to try.

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Thanks to CP Foods, these neatly packed Gyoza were delivered in a handy cooler bag. So on this lazy afternoon, I decided to turn these Gyoza into a simple & healthy lunch with Spinach.

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Requiring minimal fuss & preparation, the CP Chicken Gyoza is ready to be served by various cooking methods including deep-frying, micro-waving or simply boiling in stock; all for just 2 to 3 mins! You can also pan-fry for 15 mins, steam for 7 to 8 mins for a healthier choice, or even dump them into steamboats!

cp chicken gyoza dumpling recipe
Well, I like mine to be soft inside but crispy on the exterior. Therefore, I opted to pan-fry mine & served with Spinach. Can you see the golden-brown crust on one side of the Gyoza?  Gosh, I'm not a firm believer of frozen cooked food but these dumplings turned out to be better than expected.

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The skin was nice & not too thick. One bite into its crispy skin, I could taste generous chunks of tender juicy chicken, cabbage, carrots & spring onions. Inside was juicy, with a well-blended taste & fantastic aroma. Pairing with Spinach was just brilliant! Hubby loves his with a tinge of vinegar, & you could also add some shredded ginger if you like. Rating: ★★★★★

Here's how to make this dish:
Ingredients:
250g Spinach
10 pcs CP Chicken Gyoza
1 tsp minced Garlic
1 tsp minced Ginger
2 tsp Sesame oil
1 tbsp Oyster sauce
1 tbsp Cornstarch
1 tbsp Olive oil for cooking veg
2 tsp Olive oil for Gyoza

Method (Spinach):
  1. Dispose roots from vegetables & cut up spinach into bite-size lengths. Rinse thoroughly.
  2. Heat oil & sautéed garlic still fragrant. Add veg, oyster sauce, ginger & stir-fry.
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  4. Cover & let it cook for about 2 mins. Add sesame oil & cornstarch, & mix well. Transfer onto serving plate & serve hot with delicious CP Chicken Gyoza!
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Method (Gyoza):
  1. Heat oil & pan-fry over medium heat until bottom of gyoza is golden brown.
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  3. Add 1/3 cup of water into the frying pan & cover for about 5 mins. Remove cover once water has evaporated & cook for another few mins till bottom are crispy. Serve with vegetables for a healthier choice.

Made with top-quality ingredients & with no preservatives added, every gyoza promises to be of mouth-watering & tantalising goodness! CP Chicken Gyoza could be a guilt-free meal by itself, or simply as a side dish, snack, appetizer or finger food for any occasion.

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Available in two different variations, CP Chicken Gyoza (200g) is available in 7-Eleven outlets at S$3.90, while CP Chicken Gyoza (400g) is available in all major supermarkets at S$5.90.
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200g convenient pack comes with microwavable/steaming tray with 10pcs.
400g family pack comes with 20pcs.

32 comments:

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    1. cquek, u're real fast! Thks for being so supportive!

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  2. I thought you made it! Looks delicious!

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    1. Jeannie, hahaha! I'm sure u can easily find this in M'sia supermarkets :)

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  3. I love gyoza too. The cooler bag comes in real handy, how to get that too.....

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    1. DS, maybe u could look out for their promotions :)

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    1. HouHouSek, thks for visiting & hope to see more of you here!

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  5. nice presentation! Looks like its from a restaurant!

    Just curious, why did you add ginger when frying the vege(I only add in ginger if its for fish)

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    1. FoodieFC, thks dear! I like adding ginger to my veg as it adds zing to a dish, making it more flavourful. Besides, ginger has many health benefits. Try adding some in your veg the next time & let me know the difference. Have fun cooking!

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  6. i love gyoza alot! :) this is so instant that I can easily make it at home

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    1. Fish, this is so easy to make! I'm sure u can handle this :)

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  7. Be is pork or chicken Gyoza I really love them. I always doubt to get the frozen one as I am skeptical about the quality. After seeing you pic...I will pay a visit to supermarket soon.

    P/S : Glad to see you dropping by my blog.

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    1. Yee Ling, I'd the same thought initially but this is quite good actually. Hahaha! Have fun shopping! Hope to see more of u here :)

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  8. That looks fantastic my friend absolutely awesome! :D

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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    1. Uru, thks & have a wonderful weekend baking your goodies!

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  9. The Gyosa look wonderful...but I really want to eat your spinach dish! YUM!

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    1. Liz, thks dear! Hahaha! Have fun cooking!

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  10. Love dumplings! These are very tasty.

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    1. Angie, looks like we've a lot of Gyoza fans here :) Have a great week ahead :)

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  11. Gyosa looks delicious & also spinach...Oh I love this handy cooler pack :)
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    1. Amy, the cooler bag comes in real handy :)

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  12. Wow this is really convenient!
    Perfect for lazy bums like me LOL!

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    1. Charmaine, hahaha! Those who can't cook will love CP dumplings :)

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  13. Such ready made gyozas are convenient. Add on a vege on the side as you have done and it becomes one complete and wholesome meal!

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    1. missyblurkit, this is just perfect as a one-dish meal!

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  14. Never tried gyoza but looks nice served with spinach.

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    1. Balvinder, I'm sure u'll like it if you've the chance to try :)

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  15. am not big fan of gyoza . . . tried once near my place and taste weird for me, maybe I didnt taste the real gyoza yet lol . . . :X

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    1. Edmend, gyoza is a very popular snack. U should try it again!

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