Dumplings have been a staple of Asian cooking for over a thousand years with each region specializing in their own unique type. Recently, the gyoza, a Japanese-style dumpling filled with meat, vegetables, or a combination of the two has gained popularity across the globe: our company alone makes 800 million gyoza annually, each one featuring our signature crescent shape and flat bottom that maximizes crispiness when pan-fried.
We’re pleased to introduce, our newest product, which makes preparing gyoza easier than ever before. Packaged in a 12-dumpling tray, similar to those used for ice cubes, each slot holds one gyoza encased in batter and ice. These innovative features allow hungry consumers to make pan-fried gyoza at home with no fuss – no need to add ingredients such as oil or water, no need to measure, and no need to monitor the cooking process. Just pop them out, toss them in the pan, and enjoy perfectly golden-brown, crispy gyoza every time. But first, before we launch this innovation, we need to know,what we call this great new breakthrough in gyoza product, packaging design, and preparation?
Propose a catchy new product name, description, or call-out we can use for this new gyoza that comes frozen in a tray with everything you need to cook it all in one piece. Your solutions should do the following:
CRITERIA: Your proposed name should not include reference to potstickers.
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