Nasoya Dumplings Recipe, Now Vegan
New Vegan Dumplings are USDA Certified Organic and contain six to seven grams of plant-protein per serving size
Nasoya, a tofu brand, announced two new vegan dumpling varieties: Tofu Vegetable and Thai Basil Vegetable. Answering the demand for plant-based protein, Nasoya Dumplings are for all diet types and can be useful as an appetizer, meal or snack.
Ready to cook in just minutes, Nasoya Dumplings target today's busy consumers. The Tofu Vegetable Dumplings are packed with tofu, mushrooms, carrots, bok choy, green onions, ginger and sesame oil while the Thai Basil Dumplings are filled with tofu, green peas, carrots, red bell peppers and basil. Both products can be pan-fried or steamed in just minutes.
Now available at grocery stores nationwide, Nasoya's Vegan Dumplings can be found in the refrigerated case of the produce section and retail for $5.99. The Vegan Dumplings are USDA Certified Organic and contain six to seven grams of plant-protein per serving size.