Green Chopsticks Authentic Chicken Potstickers – 4 Points +

Green Chopsticks Chicken Potstickers

Today’s Fabulous Food Find was a recent discovery from my local Costco, and boy am I ever glad I found it!! Green Chopsticks Authentic Chicken Potstickers are not only incredibly tasty, they are just 4 Points + for 4 pieces! And these are NOT bite-sized potstickers, mmmkay? They are very nicely sized! Perfect for when you want to make a meal in mere minutes and/or for when you are having a serious potsticker craving but don’t want to go overboard on your Points Plus. Just toss these into rapidly boiling water, and they are ready in just 3-4 minutes. Serve them paired with a salad, roasted veggies or in a soup. I make a fabulous gyoza dipping sauce, that takes just a minute to throw together, and seat them with that….sooooooooo good! So the next time you are at Costo, keep an eye out for these babies! Also, checkout their website or Facebook page to see where else you can buy them.

Green Chopsticks Authentic Chicken Potstickers

“Green Chopsticks supplies a wide-variety of premium Asian products with the idea of providing people with a healthy alternative at a great value.” Indeed they do! They are delicious, low calorie, low cholesterol, and are made with all natural ingredients (no preservatives or MSG), which I LOVE. Each tasty potsticker is filled with savory chicken breast, shitake mushrooms, sweet potato noodles, leeks and onions. And they are even manufactured here in the good old USA. They truly are a Fabulous Food Find, and I highly recommend giving them a try. I am ADDICTED!

Serving size is 4 pieces
Each serving = 4 Points +

PER SERVING: 160 calories; 1.5g fat; 28g carbohydrates; 8g protein; 1g fiber


Comments

  1. Could you please post the gyoza dipping sauce recipe? Or tell me where I can find it on here, if it’s already been posted? Thanks.

    • Hi Anna! I haven’t posted the recipe on here yet, but I really should. Basically, you just mix equal parts rice vinegar and soy sauce (I used 1/2 cup of each), with 1 clove minced garlic, a teaspoon of sesame oil, and a bit of grated fresh ginger. I’ve made it without the ginger before and it was just as good. I’ll get an official version up on the blog one of these days soon. Thanks for reading!

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