This Hakaw Is Available In Fun Flavors Like Salted Egg, Wasabi, and More

We love the cool colors!

Hakaw (or har gow, as it's traditionally called) is a Cantonese dumpling served in dim sum. Filipinos are no stranger to this simple yet satisfying dish, which you can find in pretty much any Chinese restaurant in the country. While we'll always love it in its classic form (especially when dipped in chili and soy sauce), we found a version of the dumpling with a fun twist: Happy Dumplings makes hakaw in unique flavors including garlic, salted egg, curry, szechuan, satay, bagoong, and wasabi. You can get it in ready-to-cook packs!

Photo by Facebook/Happy Dumplings
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You can get a frozen, ready-to-cook pack of this multi-colored and multi-flavored hakaw for just P218 with all flavors already included. Cook the dumplings in a steamer or incorporate them into your fave soup or noodle dishes. The fun colors will make your meals look extra appetizing when you serve them!

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Here's a closer look at these colorful dumplings.
Photo by Facebook/Happy Dumplings
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You can order Happy Dumplings' ready-to-cook flavored hakaw by sending a message to their Facebook page or contacting them at (0917)152-2924 or (02-8355-4578.

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