United Dumplings

Packaged Sichuan Dan Dan Noodle [Freezer]

Flavor: Traditional Pork

Get ready to dive into some seriously tasty vibes with our frozen Dan Dan Noodles! This is an all time classic for United Dumplings packed it all into this easy-peasy, heat-and-eat package. No need for complicated cooking – just kick back, thaw, warm it up, and you're in for a ride to the bustling streets of China. With all the key ingredients and a sauce that's rich and perfectly balanced, these noodles bring that authentic taste without any kitchen hassle. What to wait?

By the way, we also offer the fried tofu option for our vegetarian friends~ 

2 meals in each package.

Bay Area Pick Up Locations

We have 10+ locations around Bay Area to pick up. You can click here to see the closest pick up locations. Here are some example locations. Please select your pick up location and pick up date during checkout:

  • Eighty-Eight Sushi & Ramen: 530 Showers Dr #3, Mountain View CA 94040
  • Snappy's Cafe - Hayward: 978 A St Hayward CA 94541
  • AngeliCakes - San Jose: 1851 Little Orchard St, San Jose, CA 95125
  • Ernie's Liquor - Palo Alto: 3870 El Camino Real, Palo Alto CA 94306
  • Andrea's Market - Milbrae: 1601 El Camino Real, Millbrae CA 94030
  • Hops and Beans Cafe - Fremont: 4000 Bay St, Fremont CA 94538
  • Kwik & Convenient Market - Fremont: 3157 Walnut Ave, Fremont CA 94538
  • Jun Bistro - Milpitas: 290 Barber Ct Milpitas CA 95035
  • Corks and Crafts Bottle Shop - San Leandro, 111 MacArthur Blvd, San Leandro CA 94577
  • Friends Market - South San Francisco, 200 San Felipe Ave, South San Francisco CA 94080
  • Colusa Market - Kensington, 406 Colusa Ave, Kensington CA 94707
UPS Shipping Instructions

Yes, we also can ship to your home directly via UPS. Please select the shipping method at checkout. Minimum order for shipping is $50.

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Cooking Instructions

Each package comes with two packages of noodles, two sauce packages and two peanut packages.

  1. Begin by filling a large pot halfway with water and bring it to a rolling boil.
  2. Drop your noodles in the boiling water. Give them a gentle stir to ensure they don't stick to the sides.
  3. 4 mins after the water is boiling again, drain your noodles before putting your noodles in a large soup or noodle bowl.
  4. Put the sauce pack in a bowl to warm up in microwave for 1 minute to bring it to desired temperature before pouring it on top of your cooked noodles.
  5. Add in peanuts (provided) and stir.
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History of Dan Dan Noodle

Dan dan noodles started out as a street food in Sichuan. In its earliest form, it was carried by hawkers on a bamboo pole (dan 扁担), from which the name of the dish is derived. The pole was attached to two baskets, one holding the ingredients, the other holding the cookware.

This flavorful noodle dish has evolved from humble street fare to a culinary sensation, with each bowl carrying the rich heritage of its vibrant beginnings.

Which part of China is Dan Dan Noodle from?

It is from Sichuan Province, located in southwestern China. Sichuan's capital city is Chengdu and as of 2007, the province had a population of 87,250,000 people. The province's climate is brutally humid, damp, and steamy in the summer and damp and chilly in the winter. Sichuan's weather is a popular folk explanation for the local taste for chilies.

Mystery of Sichuan Pepercorn

Even though it's called a pepper, Sichuan pepper (a berry of the prickly ash tree) has lemony notes and creates a tingly numbness in the mouth. They produce a strange, tingling, buzzing, numbing sensation that is something like the effect of carbonated drinks or of a mild electrical current (touching the terminals of a nine-volt battery to the tongue). Sanshools appear to act on several different kinds of nerve endings at once, induce sensitivity to touch and cold in nerves that are ordinarily nonsensitive, and so perhaps cause a kind of general neurological confusion,

Ready in Minutes

Follow our easy cooking instruction and get meal for the family ready in minutes.

10+ Pick Up Locations

We have many pick up locations in the Bay Area. At checkout you will be able to pick the desired location to pick up your frozen goods~

100% Women Owned

Our love for their rambunctious sons and adorable daughters has become the driving force behind our extraordinary family dining experience.

Top Rated

At our three Bay Area restaurants, we pride ourselves on our expertise, commitment to using quality ingredients, and meticulous attention to every detail.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do we pick up from the Bay Area?

At checkout, you will be able to select a close location to pick up. We have 10+ locations around Bay Area - some are your corner stores with fridges. Easy drop in and show your order and pick it up!

How do you ship your frozen products?

If you are not in the Bay Area or far from our pick up locations, we can ship our frozen dumplings to you. We only ship to US domestic locations.

Do I need a special pot to cook frozen dumplings?

Absolutely not. Any soup pot will work!


Other than the pick up options in the Bay Area, we can ship to any address in all 50 States of the U.S. Home, office, campus – anywhere.

Shipping can cost up to $9.99 on orders below $150. Orders above $150 qualify for Free Shipping in the 48 contiguous United States. Hawaii and Alaska may be charged shipping fees.

How long does the frozen or fridged food last?

Each package will have its own ‘use by’ date on the front of the packet. Be sure to check it as soon they arrive so you can enjoy each one at its freshest!

I have limited Chinese food cooking experience. Is it easy to prepare your meals?

No Chinese cooking experience needed—just pop our meal onto a plate, stick them in the microwave or on the stove, and voila! In the blink of an eye, you'll have a steaming plate of perfection ready to enjoy. Instruction is included with your purchase.

Owners: Sandy and Julia

About United Dumplings

Growing up in Northern China, dumplings have always been the most special food for our family reunion. Apart from being tasty, what really makes them special is that their preparation involves all the family and the harmony and joy created among our family members: grandma makes the filling, uncle makes the dough, auntie makes the wrapper, mom makes the perfect dumplings, dad makes the most ugly ones and children simply get messy with flour in laughters. Now having children of our own, we started United Dumplings, hoping to pass along our fond childhood memories of happy family reunions to our children through our interpretation of dumplings. During the process of creating our menu, we kept grandma’s handed-down recipes but also incorporated the flavors we brought along with our life adventures. We hope you will enjoy them!


Sandy and Julia (Maverick, Bruce, Iris, Ivy and Irina)

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