Is Gluten Free Frozen Potstickers A Thing?


Today, we’re going to be answering the question of whether gluten-free Potstickers frozen really exist? They’re the perfect snack, paired with a sauce, and very popular within the US. But are they gluten-free?

What Are Potstickers?

Although popular in the US, the rest of the western world may not be familiar with potstickers. They’re part of American Chinese cuisine and are very similar to dumplings. 

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The ingredients in the vegetable potstickers are: – cabbage – rice flour – water – onion – tapioca starch – carrot – vermicelli – corn starch – scallion

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The ingredients in this product are as follows: – cabbage – onion – carrot – vermicelli – green onion – corn starch – sesame oil – shitake mushroom

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The ingredients in the gyozas are as follows: – cabbage – raw water – granular vegetable soybean – onion – vegetable protein

– modified starch – mirin – sugar – salt – ginger – garlic

Ranch Dressing – Does It Contain Gluten?

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Are Potstickers Good For You?

Potstickers are most definitely not good for you. They are full of carbs, fat, and very high in sodium.

While they’re tricky to find, it’s not impossible! And if you’re really struggling, you can always try making your own gluten-free potstickers.

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