Wanchai Ferry® Chinese Frozen Entrées are available in the grocer's frozen section.
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Yes, Madame Chong is a real person. Madame Chong resides in Hong Kong and still plays an active role in the development of the Wanchai Ferry® products.
The brand originated in Hong Kong by a woman named Madame Chong. Hong Kong native Madame Kin Wo Chong founded Wanchai Ferry® thirty years ago when she began selling her homemade dumplings along the city's busy Wanchai Ferry pier. Today, Wanchai Ferry® is available in Asia and the United States, providing quality Chinese cuisine to discerning cooks and diners and enabling consumers to make quality Chinese cuisine at home.
None of the packaging materials are recyclable.
Yes, but the texture, consistency and flavor will change during storage. For best taste and texture we do not recommend freezing leftovers.
It helps the rice or noodles retain their fresh taste and tender texture.
The steamable pouch also makes it possible to make perfect rice or noodles without dirtying a pan and having cleanup.
See the "Delicious Additions" on the package for suggestions or in the Meal Tips in this website.
No. Please refer to the package label for the most current information.
No. The components in our entrees are neither vegetarian nor vegan.
We don't add any MSG to our meals. Adding MSG is a shortcut some companies use to help create the savory flavor so important to Chinese cuisine. Instead we balance our seasonings carefully to create the flavors you enjoy.
Yes, the chicken is fully cooked to 165ºF prior to packaging.
No; it has gone through a blanching process and needs to be cooked to an internal temperature of 160ºF.
Yes, the chicken is fully cooked to 165ºF prior to packaging. Because of the way the chicken is processed, it may have a pink hue.
The steam vents are not designed to hold up during boiling and may open, so water could get into the rice/noodles though the vents and cause them to become soggy and wet.