Frozen Ajinomoto Pork Gyoza, 600 g, 30 pieces


Potstickers, dumplings, or just gyoza, no matter what you call them, they taste great.

Ajinomoto brings you authentic frozen gyoza and meat dishes with authentic Japanese flavours. These gyoza are filled with pork and cabbage and Japanese flavours to fill your stomach with the best little dumplings available. Gyoza can be served a variety of ways including steamed, deep fried, pan fried, or boiled. Add them to a soup, have them as a side, or just have them by themselves with the appropriate gyoza dipping sauce. Sent to you frozen so you can pop it in the freezer and have whenever you want some umami-filled gyoza.

VARU-ID: #15478

How To Use

Frozen goods are shipped on a special frozen delivery service. For other items, please create a separate order.

This product will be packed with dry ice. Please take care when opening boxes as some dry ice may remain. Do not handle dry ice with bare hands, and follow all safety instructions accompanying the box. Do not consume or play with any remaining dry ice, and follow disposal instructions. Boxes should arrive frozen on delivery. Once received, place in the freezer for later consumption.

Available for England, Wales and Parts of Scotland, Tuesday to Friday on a nominated day service. Order before 12pm Monday for delivery Thursday and Friday, or before 12pm Thursday for delivery the following Tuesday and Wednesday.



Per 100g:
• Energy: 941kJ/225kcal
• Fat: 13g
(of which Saturates: 5.4g)
• Carbohydrate: 18g
(of which Sugars: 4.5g)
• Protein: 7.5g
• Salt: 1g

Ingredients and allergens

Vegetables (Cabbage, Onion), Wheat Flour, Pork Meat, Water, Pork Fat, Salt, Breadcrumbs (Wheat, Salt, Yeast), Garlic Powder, Wheat Gluten, Flavour Enhancers (E621, E631), Sesame Oil, Potato Starch, Ginger Powder. May Also Contain Crustaceans, Eggs, Sesame Seeds, Soya Beans.


3 recensioner
I used the part fry part steam method to cook them. A few stuck to the bottom of the pan, but they soon came loose with a bit of gentle persuasion from my spatula. They were delicious. We had them with udon noodles in broth.
Enjoyed these in Japan and it's lovely to be able to get them here, used as main meal and found recipe for the sauce to complement them