The dumplings at Nom Wah are a can’t miss! These particular ones are stuffed with edamame, Chinese chives, mushrooms, vermicelli and other flavorings and enclosed in a delicate wrapper. The head chef at Nom Wah has been making these for nearly 40 years!
Nom Wah’s first location was opened in 1920 on one of the oldest streets in Chinatown. A century later it remains New York’s first and oldest dim sum restaurant. Today, you can still visit Nom Wah’s original location, or you can stop by one of their newer locations in New York, Philadelphia, and Shenzhen.
Dim Sum, which translates to “a little bit of heart” referring to the bite-size portions, originated on the Silk Road a millennium ago. Tea houses along the trade route began serving food to weary travelers and transformed afternoon tea into a celebrated eating experience.
This package serves 4-5 people and includes 19 Edamame Dumplings
- Choose to add more dumplings!
- Edamame Dumplings – Edamame Beans, Chinese Chives, Straw Mushrooms, Vermicelli Noodles, Salt, Sugar, Szechuan Oil, Xantham Gum, Sesame Oil
Made in a facility that processes shellfish and pork
Instructions / Storage
- Nom Wah’s dumplings ship frozen with dry ice
- Do not remove dry ice with bare hands
- Upon arrival, freeze immediately
- Dumplings may be kept frozen for up to 3 months
- Line a steamer with perforated parchment paper liners (also referred to as “bamboo steamer liners” on Amazon).
- On high heat, bring the steamer water to a rolling boil.
- Place dumplings in the steamer leaving at least ½ inch of space between each dumpling
- Cover and steam until fully cooked through (approximately 8–9 minutes).
- Let dumplings rest 1–2 minutes before serving.
- Items are prepared fresh and shipped directly from the shop
- Nom Wah ships Monday & Wednesday of each week
- Orders cannot be shipped to P.O. Boxes
- Orders shipped to Alaska and Hawaii via 2-day will incur an additional $20 charge or $35 for Overnight Shipping. Sorry guys!
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