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Zongzi: A Traditional Chinese Delicacy

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Mommy's Gourmet Glutinous Rice Dumpling with Pork, Frozen

Mommy's Gourmet Glutinous Rice Dumpling with Pork, Frozen

This frozen Mommy's Gourmet Zongzi offers the authentic taste of hearty glutinous rice dumplings encompassing luscious pork, a classic Chinese delight, from the ease of your home. This could complement any Asian dish adding diversity to your meal. Buying it frozen ensures convenience for busy lifestyles, maintaining its freshness and flavor until ready to cook. It's a healthier choice, as Zongzi is known to be low in saturated fat, while rich in necessary vitamins and minerals. Perfect for lovers of Oriental cuisine.

$4.99 - $6.99
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Mommy's Gourmet Brand Pork Rice Dumpling with Salted Egg Yolk, Frozen

Mommy's Gourmet Brand Pork Rice Dumpling with Salted Egg Yolk, Frozen

"Zongzi" seekers will love "Mommy's Gourmet Brand Pork Rice Dumpling with Salted Egg Yolk". As a traditional Asian dish, it is deliciously flavoured, combining soft rice, savory pork, and rich salted egg yolk. You can enjoy it as a main course or a hearty snack at any time. Purchasing it frozen offers a long shelf-life, ease of preparation, and consistent quality. Its ingredients are healthful, featuring whole grains and protein for a balanced diet. Exceptionally convenient and tasty, it's a perfect choice to fulfill your Zongzi craving.

$5.99 - $6.99
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Wei Chuan Glutinous Rice Dumpling Wrapped in Lotus Leaf, Frozen 480 g

Wei Chuan Glutinous Rice Dumpling Wrapped in Lotus Leaf, Frozen 480 g

Wei Chuan's Zongzi, a traditional Chinese dish, is perfect for those seeking tasty Asian cuisine. Expertly wrapped in a lotus leaf, this glutinous rice dumpling is frozen for freshness and convenience, retaining its authentic flavor just right. Simply heat up this healthy, low-fat delicacy and relish in the chewy texture complemented by subtly sweet undertones. Portable and easy to prepare, it's a deliciously convenient way to experience traditional Chinese culture at home.

$5.99 - $7.29
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Hand-Made JiaXing Zongzi with 3 pieces 1-1.2lb

Hand-Made JiaXing Zongzi with 3 pieces 1-1.2lb

The JiaXing Zongzi is a hand-crafted treat from traditional Chinese cuisine, ideal for someone in need of authentic Zongzi. This gourmet delight, often pivotal in Dragon Boat Festival meals, features robust flavor profiles, complementing multiple Asian dishes. Its handmade nature assures premium quality, while the convenient 1-1.2lb package size caters to different portion needs. With three pieces included, you can savor the experience more than once. Convenient, tasty and steeped in rich culture, it's the perfect choice for Zongzi fans.


Xing Hua Lou Red Bean Paste Dumpling 2pcs 280 g

Xing Hua Lou Red Bean Paste Dumpling 2pcs 280 g

These Red Bean Paste Dumplings are a delightful match for someone seeking Zongzi. A traditional Asian dish, Zongzi are rice dumplings filled with ingredients such as our red bean paste. Wrapped in bamboo leaves, they offer a mouthwatering, sweet flavor. With two dumplings per pack, these are a handy, quick option for your Zongzi cravings. Frozen dumplings ensure you enjoy this delicacy at your convenience while maintaining their rich, authentic taste. This product offers a tasty, convenient solution.

$3.58 - $4.49
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Popular recipes

Zongzi Stir Fry

A delicious stir fry dish with zongzi as the star ingredient, combined with colorful veggies and savory sauces.

Asian Zongzi Rice Cooker Pilaf

A flavorful pilaf made in a rice cooker using zongzi, mixed with jasmine rice, peas, and carrots.

Instant Pot Zongzi & Broccoli Stir Fry

A quick and easy zongzi and broccoli stir fry cooked in an Instant Pot, seasoned with garlic and soy sauce.

Zongzi & Tofu Soup

A comforting soup made with zongzi, tofu, mushrooms, and green onions, perfect for a chilly day.

Zongzi Dumplings

Delicious dumplings filled with zongzi, cabbage, and ginger, served with a side of soy sauce for dipping.

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Frequently asked questions

What is zongzi?

Zongzi is a traditional Chinese dish made of glutinous rice wrapped in bamboo leaves and stuffed with various fillings.

What are the different types of zongzi fillings?

Common zongzi fillings include pork belly, salted duck egg yolk, red bean paste, and chestnuts.

How long does it take to cook zongzi?

Cooking time for zongzi varies depending on the cooking method, but typically ranges from 1 to 2 hours.

Is zongzi healthy?

Zongzi can be a healthy dish as it is made with natural ingredients like rice and fillings such as lean meats and vegetables.

How long does zongzi last?

Zongzi can last for 2 to 3 days in the refrigerator when properly stored in an airtight container.

Where can I buy zongzi?

You can buy it at Weee! Asian Market,

What is the origin of zongzi?

Zongzi is believed to have originated in China and is often associated with the poet Qu Yuan during the Warring States period.

Can zongzi be made in advance?

Yes, you can make zongzi in advance and store them in the refrigerator or freezer until ready to eat.

How do you make zongzi?

To make zongzi, you first soak the glutinous rice, prepare the fillings, wrap the ingredients in bamboo leaves, and then boil or steam the zongzi until cooked.

Is zongzi gluten-free?

Yes, zongzi is typically gluten-free as it is made with glutinous rice and natural fillings.

Can you freeze zongzi?

Yes, you can freeze zongzi for up to 3 months. Simply reheat in the microwave or steam before serving.

Is zongzi vegetarian-friendly?

Yes, there are vegetarian-friendly zongzi options available with fillings like mushrooms, tofu, and vegetables.

Are zongzi commonly eaten during a specific festival?

Zongzi is traditionally eaten during the Dragon Boat Festival, which falls on the fifth day of the fifth month of the lunar calendar.

Can zongzi be reheated?

Yes, you can reheat zongzi by steaming or microwaving until heated through.

How many calories are in a zongzi?

The number of calories in a zongzi can vary depending on the specific ingredients and size, but typically ranges from 200 to 400 calories.

Are there any traditional customs associated with zongzi?

Yes, during the Dragon Boat Festival, people often eat zongzi to commemorate Qu Yuan and ward off evil spirits.