Nasoya Organic Tofu Vegetable Dumplings with Dipping Sauces! A ready to cook meal or snack, these dumplings are packed with protein and ready to eat in as little as 5 minutes!
As a mother, I am always trying to feed my children a well balanced and relatively healthy meal. My kids love pasta, all different types of meat and vegetables and they love Asian food.
I know the foods they like and what they will eat but I try not to get stuck in a cycle of making the same thing over and over again. I try to mix things up as much as I can.
Even with their after school snacks.
I used to give my kids raw veggies, or fruit, or crackers and chips but on Wednesdays sometimes now, I’ll pick up sushi or veggie rolls from our local grocery store. Some days we’ll have chips and hummus or guacamole . . and one day, I made these Nasoya Tofu Vegetable Dumplings and some dipping sauces. They came running in from the bus stop and saw the dumplings on the table. “Mom made dumplings!”
They loved these.
Nasoya Tofu Vegetable Dumplings are the first fresh, organic tofu dumpling on the market! A ready to cook meal, appetizer or snack, Nasoya Tofu Vegetable Dumplings are packed with protein and ready to eat in as little as 5 minutes! Simply pan fry or boil them and they are ready in no time.
I love that these dumplings are fresh, and packed with protein and veggies. My kids just love dumplings so gobbling these up didn’t take much time at all.
And if you know me, you know I am a dipping sauce fanatic. One dipping sauce wouldn’t do the trick here. . I had to make three: 1) with soy sauce + a little brown rice vinegar, 2) a sweet one and 3) a spicy one for me and my husband.
Be sure to check out my dipping sauce recipes down below! and look for these Nasoya Tofu Vegetable Dumplings! They can be found in the refrigerated produce section of your grocery store.
Your next party or gathering, an after school snack, or just as an appetizer before dinner one day, these dumplings are perfect, quick to make and delicious!
Nasoya Organic Tofu Vegetable Dumplings with Dipping Sauces
- 1 9 oz package Nasoya Organic Tofu Vegetable Dumplings
- 2 to 3 scallions finely diced
- Dipping Sauces:
- ¼ cup low sodium soy sauce
- splash of brown rice vinegar
- Sesame seeds
- ¼ cup orange marmalade
- 1 to 1 ½ tablespoons maple syrup
- ½ tablespoon Dijon mustard
- ½ teaspoon water
- ½ teaspoon brown rice vinegar
- ¼ teaspoon salt
- 2 to 3 tablespoons Korean hot pepper paste gochujang
- 1 tablespoon sesame oil
- 1 heaping tablespoon honey
- sesame seeds
For the Dumplings:
- Prepare dumplings according to package instructions using the pan fry method. Garnish with scallions.
For the Dipping Sauces:
- Simply whisk together ingredients. Taste and adjust any ingredients as needed. Sprinkle on sesame seeds if desired and serve with Nasoya tofu vegetable pan fried dumplings and enjoy.
And because we love these dumplings so much, I wanted to host a giveaway! One lucky person will win 3 packages of Nasoya Tofu Vegetable Dumplings so you can try them for yourself!
Good luck! Giveaway open to residents within the United States only.
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post in partnership with Nasoya. All opinions expressed here are my own.
Kimchi John says
Hi Alice!!! These look scrumptious! Always a good idea to change it Up. ?
Thank you so much, John!!! and you need to try these!!
Gayle @ Pumpkin 'N Spice says
Mmm dumplings sound like the perfect after-school snack, or anytime, snack to me! Love those dipping sauces, too. Now I’m craving this for breakfast! 🙂
Thank you so much, Gayle!!
Shoshana Rose says
There is an Indian restaurant in my neighborhood that makes an amazing tamarind based dipping sauce – not sure what the name is but it’s absolutely addicting!
Sarah | Broma Bakery says
Yuh-UM! We eat Nasoya tofu weekly, but we’ve never tried their dumplings. That’s about to change!
Mary Ann | The Beach House Kitchen says
How delicious do they look?! I can see why your girls love them Alice! The dipping sauces sound yummy!
Oh I wish they sold these in rural Maine!
I’d love to try these! I’m always looking for new vegan ready-to-eat dishes. In terms of dipping sauces, I would probably eat these plain, but perhaps would try them with soy sauce.
Now that I’ve read the ingredients, I realize these are not vegan. Oh well! Still seems like a great option for a healthy meal.
Hi Kayley, yes, sorry, just saw your other comment. These dumplings are not vegan. . they contain milk and eggs. Sorry about that!!
My boys would absolutely love these. So would I!
William Thomas says
I mix soy sauce and wasabi paste for a delicious dipping sauce because I love making my own sauces.
My favorite dipping sauce is honey mustard because it just tastes so good with so many things!
Shannon O. says
I could literally drink peanut sauce. I particularly love it when it has a gingery kick!
Gina @ Running to the Kitchen says
Ahh, why haven’t I tried these yet?! LOVE Nasoya stuff!
I don’t have a favorite dipping sauce, but I love ones I make with honey, miso and orange juice and zest, and dark sesame oil.
Yum! I wish I had some in my fridge this very minute!
My favorite dipping sauce is either Vietnamese nuoc cham or a Korean blend of gochugaru with soy sauce, vinegar, and sesame oil!
Ashley Bree Perez says
YUMMY!!!! Looks so good. I like peanut sauce.
Jennifer Farley says
I’m not sure I’ve ever tried tofu in dumplings, but I need to change that immediately!! I love all the flavors here. Gorgeous photos.
Jillian Too says
I like Sweet ‘n’ Spicy Miso Dressing because I love the combination of sweet and spicy. 🙂
Annamarie V says
I like a spicy peanut dipping sauce because its a flavor I just really like.
I like the sweet sauce! The combination of the savory dumplings with the sweet tang of the sauce is great!
YUMMMM! These look so incredible!
I like a dipping sauce made of yogurt and Avocado.
Jaclyn Reynolds says
Honey mustard is one of my favorites!
Kristen D says
I love a soy based dipping sauce with ginger and sesame oil. The sesame provides such an aromatic note and really brings it up a notch. Can’t wait to try these dumplings with any dipping sauce though!
Laura | Tutti Dolci says
These dumplings look so good and I love your dipping sauce ideas!
Mahdi Martin says
I love teriyaki because it’s sweet and salty.
Jordan D. says
I love a good thai peanut sauce, but your recipe for a spicy sauce sounds incredible! Thanks for the giveaway!
I love chili oil for dipping because I like spice!
Tofu Mom says
Peanut sauce. Always!!! Your sauces look great too!!
I like soy
I like gyoza sauce for dumplings – just the right flavor, not overwhelming.
TAMARA EARNHART says
I adore sweet and sour sauce for dipping.
My favorite is Asian Zing…sweet and spicy.
I like sweet and sour sauce because it adds zing to everything.
always soy sauce. salt <3
Evans B. says
I love sweet and sour sauce and soy sauce with vinegar, chopped onions, green onions and chili flakes.
Mildred Miles says
I purchase two bags and they were out of date and I I tried calling the company and the mailbox was full I just need some coupons too replace my two packages I buy them all the time and I didn’t keep the sales slip one of the packages has so much air in it until it looks like it want to like it will pop open .
The stores should make sure they rotate the stock.