If you’re in the mood for plant-based potstickers, allow us to point you in the direction of this Chinese spot in Wallingford. They serve a variety of wontons and dumplings ranging from pork and chives to chicken and corn, but the best ones are stuffed with a mixture of napa cabbage, tofu, and carrots. The result is this incredibly savory, sweet, and salty filling that pairs perfectly with a side of vinegar for dipping. Add on a scallion pancake and you have yourself an excellent meal.
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