We compared "frozen gyoza" of three convenience stores. 7-ELEVEN "Microwave Yaki Gyoza", Lawson "Japanese Pork Yaki Gyoza", and Famima "Authentic Yaki Gyoza with plenty of vegetable flavor! Authentic Yaki Gyoza" lineup.
7-ELEVEN Microwave Yaki Gyoza5 pieces, priced at 149 yen (tax included, same as below). The bag can be heated in a microwave oven. The estimated heating time is 1 minute and 40 seconds at 500W.
These juicy dumplings are filled with Japanese vegetables and juicy gravy. The fresh flavor of the vegetables is well balanced with the delicious taste of the meat, and the garlic and pepper add a punch. It goes well with beer and white rice.
Lawson Japanese Pork Yaki Gyoza5 pieces, priced at 146 yen. Can be heated in a microwave oven in the bag. The estimated heating time is 1 minute and 30 seconds at 500W.
Made with Japanese pork and cabbage. It does not have a gravy-like texture, but the filling is filling and satisfying. The bean paste is garlic-free, but not lacking in sweetness. It tastes similar to the sweetness of the filling of a meat bun.
Famima, full of vegetable flavor! Authentic Yaki Gyoza5 pieces, priced at 160 yen, the highest price among the three companies. The bag can be heated in a microwave oven. The estimated heating time is 1 minute and 50 seconds at 500W.
The dumplings are made with pork, Chinese cabbage, and chives, which are the royal ingredients of dumplings. When chewed, the meat juice overflows. As the name suggests, the vegetables have the strongest presence among the three companies. You can enjoy the flavor of the chives and the light aftertaste.
All of these products can be heated in a microwave oven without removing the bag, and can be eaten without removing the tray inside. LAWSON "Japanese Pork Yaki Gyoza" is garlic-free, so it can be eaten on any occasion, such as lunch at the office.