Costco/ Chicken and Cilantro Mini Wonton Review

4 Nov

I love Costco so much if I could live there I would. They have everything!!  Bulk is the word. I recently went there to stock up when Sandy was over and found these amazing fully cooked bibigo Chicken and Cilantro Mini Wontons by Korean Food Company CJ. They are delicious and cook in about 5- 10 minutes by pan frying, or 1 -2 minutes by boiling, or microwave which can be used in soups. I prefer mine pan fried. These are great for a dinner party or a snack. I am addicted and every time I go into Costco I buy a bag. They have a variety of flavors but so far my store only carries the Chicken and Cilantro. Run to your local Costco to stock up and let me know if they have any of the other varieties below and how you like them.

Chicken & Vegetables

Chicken, cabbage and spice in a light and delicate wrapper

Chicken & Cilantro

Chicken, cabbage and cilantro in a light and delicate wrapper

Pork & Ginger

Pork, ginger and vegetables in a light and delicate wrapper.

4 Responses to “Costco/ Chicken and Cilantro Mini Wonton Review”

  1. pam December 10, 2012 at 6:34 pm #

    My costco in Santa Cruz does not carry these anymore. Can you tell me if the Costco in Woodland Hills ca.carries them, or the one in Salem Oregon. Will the Santa Cruz store have them again. We love these.
    Thanks

    • nilimo72 December 10, 2012 at 7:19 pm #

      I’m not sure if the other stores carry them. You would have to contact those stores directly. I’m sorry your store doesn’t carry them anymore. Maybe you can contact the website of the Wontons and see what locations have them as well.

  2. Anne January 9, 2015 at 5:24 pm #

    These are SOOOOOO GOOOOD! I heat a little avocado oil (from Costco, of course) to a small skillet and add about 10-12 frozen won tons. I then add about 1/3 cup of water and put a lid on. I cook for approx. 6 minutes and then remove the lid. The water and oil thicken upon cooking and you want a little of the “sauce” to remain. I then add a little Himalayan pink salt (or any salt you like) and inhale the entire bowl full. They are so light and fluffy cooked that way. When I want to be naughty, I also add a little garlic butter to the finished dish. YUM!!

    • nilimo72 January 9, 2015 at 5:43 pm #

      Wow I have to try your way. That sounds great! Thanks for sharing.

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