Keep Lunch Simple With Ling Ling Potstickers

This post was sponsored by Ling Ling, all opinions expressed in my post are my own.

Ever have those days when you are craving something delicious to eat but don’t want to spend too much time and effort in kitchen? Well, those days happen quite often for me and something tells me I am not the only one. Although I love to cook there are days when something from the frozen isle does the trick.

Keep Lunch Simple With Ling Ling Potstickers

Potstickers are the cure for lazy lunches and dinners. Known for their use of quality ingredients and authentic Asian recipes; Ling Ling Potstickers are my first choice. Their potstickers are super convenient and ready in minutes. No need to worry about whipping up a dipping sauce as the potstickers come with Ling Ling’s yummy signature dipping sauce. Since we have gone part vegetarian in our household we like the vegetable flavor. They also have Chicken & Vegetable and Pork & Vegetable flavors too.

The great thing with potstickers is that they can be prepared in different ways. You can boil them, steam them or even fry them. For our lazy Saturday lunch last weekend I boiled the potstickers for 6 minutes, browned them in olive oil and served them over roughly chopped iceberg lettuce, sliced green onions, cucumber with a drizzle of the delicious dipping. I could have gone all out and added carrots, herbs or many other ingredients but simplicity wins with this dish.

Ling Ling Potstickers

4 ways to eat Ling Ling Potstickers

Other than eating them plain by themselves, there are other awesome ways to eat potstickers. Here are a few ideas:

  1. In a salad: Potstickers are great way to upgrade your salad game. Just make your salad as you normally would but use potstickers instead of meat. This is such a fun tasty salad to make.
  2. In a soup: Add your favorite Ling Ling potstickers into a hearty broth. Toss in any veggies like bok choy, spinach, broccoli, carrots, with some soy sauce and a delicious soup is ready in minutes.
  3. In a stir fry: Stir fries are great because you can cook veggies and proteins together all in one pan. Sauté fresh vegetables, potstickers with a stir fry sauce for an easy and quick weeknight dinner. No noodles necessary because the potstickers provide the carbs.
  4. As an appetizer: Potstickers make the most delicious appetizer. It’s almost impossible to eat just one. Pan fry them on one side and leave the other side steamed for the perfect bite.

Is your mouth watering yet? Go grab yourself a bag of Ling Ling potstickers at the grocery store and you are in for a delicious meal. Better yet Chinese New Year is coming up on February 5th so why not bring your friends together and enjoy delicious Chinese food and potstickers.

Keep Lunch Simple With Ling Ling Potstickers

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  1. I Iooove potsti kers like seriously, the hardest part is I can’t have them lately because I started a diet for a while so I crave them all the time. These look so good, you just added onto my cravings.

  2. This is the first I’ve heard of pot stickers, they look so tasty. I will be keeping an eye out for them when I go grocery shopping. I love how easy they are to make, then you just add to your meal. Thank you for sharing.

  3. I have been eating these potstickers for a long time. They are yummy and also a nice touch for an entry. I always boil them, but I will try the others ideas as well.

  4. Yum! I’d love popstickers for my appetizers because I really have a had time getting my appetite up for my main course. You’ve prepared them so well.

  5. I would love to try this easy recipe. It looks so delicious and yummy.My hubby would love this for sure.

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