Pork Dumplings

From Nom Wah

Nom Wah Tea Parlor ships its famous dim sum nationwide on Goldbelly! The dumplings at Nom Wah are a can’t miss! These particular prok dumplings are stuffed with pork, ginger, and cabbage and enclosed in a delicate wrapper. The head chef at Nom Wah has been making these delicious pork dumplings for nearly 40 years!

Established in 1920, Nom Wah Tea Parlor is the first and oldest dim sum restaurant in New York. Originally a tea parlor and bakery founded by the Choy family in 1920, Nom Wah was initially known for its mooncakes; dim sum was a secondary priority. Dim sum, which translates to “a little bit of heart” referring to its bite-size portions, originated on the Silk Road a millennium ago. The popular Chinatown restaurant was sold in 1950 to Wally Tang, who started as a dishwasher at the Chinese restaurant, and was then passed on to Wally’s nephew Wilson in 2010. Skip the lines of diners waitng for dim sum and order Nom Wah’s legendary dim sum straight to your door.

More Details

This package serves 4-5 people and includes 21 Pork Dumplings

  • Choose to add more dumplings!


  • Pork Dumplings – Pork, Water Chestnut, Carrot, Cabbage, Ginger, Scallions, Salt, Monosodium Glutamate, Sugar, Soy Sauce, Shaoxing Cooking Wine, Sesame Oil, White Pepper

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

To Serve

  • Line a steamer with perforated parchment paper liners.
  • 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 for 9–10 minutes or until fully cooked through. The inside of the dumpling should reach 160 degrees when using a thermometer.
  • Serve immediately or proceed with the following steps for pan-fried dumplings
  • Let the dumplings cool at room temperature for 4–5 minutes (This allows the dumpling to maintain its structure when pan frying).
  • In a medium skillet, heat a ¼ cup canola oil (or other neutral cooking oil) on medium-high heat.
  • When oil is hot, but not smoking, place the dumplings in the skillet, leaving at least a ¼ of space between each dumpling. Do not move the dumplings.
  • After 1–2 minutes, or when you see golden brown edges begin to form around the bottom of the dumplings, flip them using a pair of tongs.
  • Pan-fry the second side for another 1–2 minutes, or until this side is golden brown as well.
  • Remove to a paper towel lined sheet tray to drain excess oil.
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Shipping Details

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