Chunky and nutritious fillings wrapped in a thin and chewy dumpling skin provide the perfect balance of taste and nutrition

  • Made in Australia with Australian chicken and carefully selected fresh ingredients from Australia
  • The largest dumpling available in the Australian local markets sold
  • Ready in 8 minutes


What makes Korean Mandu special?

Korean Mandu is a family food served on New Year’s Day as part of a tradition of praying for good fortune. Mandu, which is made by filling a wrapper, is said to be the shape of a lucky pouch that holds good fortune. Also, it is a popular food for holidays, banquets, ancestral rites, and receptions. Taste, shape, and texture of dumplings vary based on the ingredients used, making them fun and enjoyable to eat as well.

A rigorous process with carefully selected ingredients

A quick and easy way to enjoy

From the selection of ingredients to the shape and texture, bibigo devotes itself to every step of the production process. bibigo Mandu, made with great care through this highly-selective process, is the healthiest and most delicious choice you can make. Enjoy easy-to-prepare bibigo Mandu at home!

Nutrition information


Avg. Quantity per serving Avg. Quantity per 100g
Energy 800 kJ (191 kcal) 571 kJ (136 kcal)
Protein 12.5 g 8.9 g
Fat, total 3.4 g 2.4 g
– Saturated 0.6 g 0.4 g
Carbohydrate 26.0 g 18.6 g
– Sugars 2.8 g 2.0 g
Dietary Fibre 2.6 g 1.8 g
Sodium 440 mg 315 mg


Flour Mix (Whet Flour, Tapioca Starch, Wheat Gluten, Salt), Chicken (17%), Water, Cabbage, Sweet Potato Glass Noodles, Onion, Shallots, Tofu [Soy, Water, Mineral Salts (511)], Textured Vegetable Proten (Soy), Mushroom, Chicken Bone Broth, Sesame Oil, Seasoning [Flavour Enhancers (635, 631, 627), Emulsifiers (452, 450, 339, 338), Soy, Wheat], Wheat Flour, Garlic, Soy Sauce (Soy, Wheat), White Wine, Ginger, Yeast Extract, Canola Oil.

Contains wheat, gluten, sesame, soy
May contain milk, egg, crustacean, mollusc, fish

Cooking instructions

  1. Add enough cooking oil into frying pan and heat it on medium heat for 1 minute.
  2. Place frozen dumplings on the pan and pan-fry them for about 8 minutes until all sides are golden brown.
Air Fry
  1. Place the Frozen Mandu onto the air fryer tray without stacking together and use the spray oil to coat the Mandu.
  2. Cook at 180 degree for about 10 minutes until all sides are golden brown.
  1. Pour the proper amount of water into a steamer and boil it.
  2. When the water starts boiling, put frozen dumplings and steam them for about 7 minutes and 30 seconds.