Marks & Spencer launches No Chick’n Gyoza with ponzu dip

Read Time:   |  19th May 2020

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Marks & Spencer launches No Chick’n Gyoza’s with ponzu dip made to an authentic Japanese recipe with a vegan twist


M&S has added another tasty new product to its Plant Kitchen range – No Chick’n Gyoza’s with ponzu dip.

Ensuring that these vegan-friendly gyozas stay true to their Japanese roots, M&S has made the tasty bites to an authentic recipe with sui mai pastry and mirin and sake for the dip.

Each No Chick’n Gyoza (£2.50) is handmade in small batches to make sure each one is perfect. The individual parcels are filled with a delicious soy, shitake and oyster mushroom filling with fresh herbs picked direct from the Dalat region of Vietnam.

In a statement sent to Vegan Food & Living, James Fisher, M&S Product Development said: ‘These gyoza’s are made by our Vietnamese chef who has 38 years of experience, with no compromise, these gyozas are the real deal!

“We follow the process by making sure there’s no moving away from the original recipe. Each filling is hand-worked in very small batches to caramelise the ingredients and bring out that incredible flavour, we knew we had to add these to the Plant Kitchen range and we can’t wait to hear what customers think.”

M&S Foodhalls are currently open and receiving daily deliveries from suppliers. They are also re-stocking the shelves throughout the day, so customers can stagger their shopping trips.

Looking for tasty meals for dinner time? These vegan gyoza make a delicious addition added to a Buddha Bowl. Get the recipe here

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