Review – Jumplings – WA made dumplings

Jumplings

Jumplings are a WA asset. Started in 2009 by Roy Chin, these little dumplings pack a big punch of flavour.

Jumplings are one of the tastiest dumplings I have tried (and I eat a lot of dumplings!). Most recently I’ve eaten the braised duck and WA sourced prawn dumplings. Currently Jumplings have a food van that is located at Curtin University from 11am to 3pm weekdays. For $8 to $10 you can have dumplings with noodles, broth, veges and some of Roy’s mother’s amazing homemade chilli. The combination of flavours is so good; if you get the chance, don’t pass them up!

These are a wonderful WA product and Roy is always experimenting with new combinations of flavours (usually showcasing WA produce too). So it’s worth keeping your eyes open for Jumplings at local events and festivals like Beaufort Street Festival and WA Food and Wine Festival.

Manufactured in East Victoria Park, Jumplings can be purchased at Mondo Butchers, Urban Locavore and Herdsman Fresh. If you buy a pack to take home you can cook them up in next to no time and either eat them with a little soy as a snack or pop them into an Asian broth for a more substantial meal.

These are a wonderful WA product and Roy is always experimenting with new combinations of flavours. So it’s worth keeping your eyes open at WA events and festivals like Beaufort Street Festival and WA Food and Wine Festival.

For more information on Jumplings, visit the website: http://www.jackiescooking.com.au/