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Dumpling Flight

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Moist, juicy dumplings. Freshly made they are a staple homestyle food. Chinese dumplings, also known as 餃子 (Jiaozi), were invented around 1800 years ago. In Chinese culture, they symbolize replacing the old with new. An important tradition is to make and eat fresh Jiaozi for Chinese New Year. Our family sits down to make the dumplings together. We roll the dough and add succulent fillings on New Year's Eve. We wait just past midnight to eat the Jiaozi fresh on New Year's Day. At Sun’s Kitchens, we base our dumplings on our family recipe.

Our dumplings are completely made from scratch, including the wrappers. Wrappers are colored with fresh vegetable juice. 

Flavors included in the Dumping Flight are: Pork & Chive (White), Beef & Carrot (Yellow), Chicken & Mushroom (Pink), Veggie (Green) and Shrimp & Chicken (Violet). 

CONTAINS: Wheat, Egg, Soy, Shellfish

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Ma-La Dried Peppers Chicken

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Also known as La-Zi-Ji (辣子雞). It is a signature Szechuan style dish which consists of cubed chicken, dried chili peppers, Chinese peppercorn and toasted sesame seeds. The chicken meat is crispy on the outside and remain tender and flavorful on the inside. Although there are lots of dried chili peppers used in this dish, the chicken doesn’t taste as spicy as it looks. Common way to enjoy this dish is to pick out the chicken and leave the chili peppers out. The Ma-La Dried Peppers Chicken offers truly bold flavors that are well-balanced. 

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Braised Beef Noodle Soup

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Also known as Red-Braised Beef Noodle Soup (紅燒牛肉麵) because of the cooking method, which involves stir frying the beef brisket with ginger, scallions, soy sauce, sugar and various spices, to add flavor and color to the dish. The beef is tender and extremely flavorful, the broth is made from real beef bones. 

Fresh noodles are long, symbolizing longevity in Chinese culture. It is a tradition to eat noodles for birthdays and at celebrations for newborn babies (wishing them a long and happy life).

CONTAINS: Wheat, Soy

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Ja Jang Noodle

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Brian's childhood favorite comfort food. Fresh, saucy, and delicious, Ja Jang Noodles (炸醬麵 or Zhajiang Mian) is one of Beijing's most famous native foods. Ja Jang is a style of fried sauce noodles, and it contains soybean paste, pork, scallion, and various vegetables. At Sun's Kitchens, we base our Ja Jang Noodles on our family recipe passed down for many generations.

Fresh noodles are long, symbolizing longevity in Chinese culture. It is a tradition to eat noodles for birthdays and at celebrations for newborn babies (wishing them a long and happy life).

CONTAINS: Wheat, Soy

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Pork & Chive Dumplings

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Moist, juicy dumplings. Freshly made they are a staple homestyle food. Chinese dumplings, also known as 餃子 (Jiaozi), were invented around 1800 years ago. In Chinese culture, they symbolize replacing the old with new. An important tradition is to make and eat fresh Jiaozi for Chinese New Year. Our family sits down to make the dumplings together. We roll the dough and add succulent fillings on New Year's Eve. We wait just past midnight to eat the Jiaozi fresh on New Year's Day. At Sun’s Kitchens, we base our dumplings on our family recipe.

Our dumplings are completely made from scratch, including the wrappers.

CONTAINS: Egg, Wheat. Soy

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Beef Stew Rice Bowl

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Hearty and flavorsome, Sun's Kitchen's rice bowls also come from Dad's family homestyle recipes. The Beef Stew Rice Bowl is another childhood favorite of Brian's. This freshly made comfort food is packed with nutrition and goodness. Full of rich flavors, this dish is popular in northern China. It contains succulent braised beef, potatoes, carrots, and a variety of delicious spices.

CONTAINS: Soy

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Veggie Dumplings (Vegan)

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Moist, juicy dumplings. Freshly made they are a staple homestyle food. Chinese dumplings, also known as 餃子 (Jiaozi), were invented around 1800 years ago. In Chinese culture, they symbolize replacing the old with new. An important tradition is to make and eat fresh Jiaozi for Chinese New Year. Our family sits down to make the dumplings together. We roll the dough and add succulent fillings on New Year's Eve. We wait just past midnight to eat the Jiaozi fresh on New Year's Day. At Sun’s Kitchens, we base our dumplings on our family recipe.

Our dumplings are completely made from scratch, including the wrappers. The  wrappers are colored with fresh vegetable juice. 

CONTAINS: Wheat, Soy

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Hot & Dry Noodle (Vegan)

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Tasty meals made with seasoned and chewy noodles. Noodles have more than 4000 years of history in China and symbolize longevity in Chinese culture. It is a universal food in family-style Chinese cuisine. Different regions have different ways of making noodles and noodle specialties. At Sun's Kitchen, we serve noodles dishes such as Ja Jiang Noodles (炸醬麵 from Beijing), Hot & Dry Noodles (熱乾麵 from Hubei), Sesame Noodles (芝麻醬麵 from Northern regions), Ma-La Cold Noodles (麻辣涼麵 from Szechuan).

CONTAINS: Wheat, Peanut, Soy

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Ma-La Cold Noodle (Vegan)

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What is Ma-La? 

Ma-La is the spicy and numbing flavor in Szechuan style Chinese cuisine. It is made from Chinese peppercorn, chili pepper and various spices simmered with oil. Ma-La is one of the most popular and unique flavors in traditional Chinese cuisine. 

Tasty meals made with seasoned and chewy noodles. Noodles have more than 4000 years of history in China and symbolize longevity in Chinese culture. It is a universal food in family-style Chinese cuisine. Different regions have different ways of making noodles and noodle specialties. At Sun's Kitchen, we serve noodles dishes such as Ja Jiang Noodles (炸醬麵 from Beijing), Hot & Dry Noodles (熱乾麵 from Hubei), Sesame Noodles (芝麻醬麵 from Northern regions), Ma-La Cold Noodles (麻辣涼麵 from Szechuan) and Scallion Oil Noodles (蔥油麵).

CONTAINS: Wheat, Soy

 

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Shrimp & Chicken Dumplings

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Moist, juicy dumplings. Freshly made they are a staple homestyle food. Chinese dumplings, also known as 餃子 (Jiaozi), were invented around 1800 years ago. In Chinese culture, they symbolize replacing the old with new. An important tradition is to make and eat fresh Jiaozi for Chinese New Year. Our family sits down to make the dumplings together. We roll the dough and add succulent fillings on New Year's Eve. We wait just past midnight to eat the Jiaozi fresh on New Year's Day. At Sun’s Kitchens, we base our dumplings on our family recipe.

Our dumplings are completely made from scratch, including the wrappers. The  wrappers are colored with fresh vegetable juice. 

CONTAINS: Wheat, Egg, Shellfish

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Ma-La Cucumber (Vegan)

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What is Ma-La? 

Ma-La is the spicy and numbing flavor in Szechuan style Chinese cuisine. It is made from Chinese peppercorn, chili pepper and various spices simmered with oil. Ma-La is one of the most popular and unique flavors in traditional Chinese cuisine. 

CONTAINS: Soy

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Beef & Carrot Dumplings

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Moist, juicy dumplings. Freshly made they are a staple homestyle food. Chinese dumplings, also known as 餃子 (Jiaozi), were invented around 1800 years ago. In Chinese culture, they symbolize replacing the old with new. An important tradition is to make and eat fresh Jiaozi for Chinese New Year. Our family sits down to make the dumplings together. We roll the dough and add succulent fillings on New Year's Eve. We wait just past midnight to eat the Jiaozi fresh on New Year's Day. At Sun’s Kitchens, we base our dumplings on our family recipe.

Our dumplings are completely made from scratch, including the wrappers. The  wrappers are colored with fresh vegetable juice. 

CONTAINS: Soy, Egg, Wheat, Shellfish

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Garlic Cucumber (Vegan)

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CONTAINS: Soy

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Chicken & Mushroom Dumplings

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Moist, juicy dumplings. Freshly made they are a staple homestyle food. Chinese dumplings, also known as 餃子 (Jiaozi), were invented around 1800 years ago. In Chinese culture, they symbolize replacing the old with new. An important tradition is to make and eat fresh Jiaozi for Chinese New Year. Our family sits down to make the dumplings together. We roll the dough and add succulent fillings on New Year's Eve. We wait just past midnight to eat the Jiaozi fresh on New Year's Day. At Sun’s Kitchens, we base our dumplings on our family recipe.

Our dumplings are completely made from scratch, including the wrappers. The  wrappers are colored with fresh vegetable juice. 

CONTAINS: Wheat, Egg, Soy, Shellfish

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Garlic Shredded Tofu (Vegan)

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CONTAINS: Soy

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Ma-La Shredded Tofu (Vegan)

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What is Ma-La? 

Ma-La is the spicy and numbing flavor in Szechuan style Chinese cuisine. It is made from Chinese peppercorn, chili pepper and various spices simmered with oil. Ma-La is one of the most popular and unique flavors in traditional Chinese cuisine. 

CONTAINS: Soy

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Sesame Noodle (Vegan)

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Tasty meals made with seasoned and chewy noodles. Noodles have more than 4000 years of history in China and symbolize longevity in Chinese culture. It is a universal food in family-style Chinese cuisine. Different regions have different ways of making noodles and noodle specialties. At Sun's Kitchen, we serve noodles dishes such as Ja Jiang Noodles (炸醬麵 from Beijing), Hot & Dry Noodles (熱乾麵 from Hubei), Sesame Noodles (芝麻醬麵 from Northern regions), Ma-La Cold Noodles (麻辣涼麵 from Szechuan).

CONTAINS: Wheat, Peanut, Soy

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