Another fan favorite in the freezer aisle are the Costco Bibigo Dumplings. These Korean chicken and vegetable steamed frozen dumplings from Costco come with 6 separately wrapped trays of 6 dumplings plus 6 packets of Korean dumpling dipping sauce. The juicy dumplings are made with chicken, cabbage, onion, green onion, mushrooms and ginger all wrapped in a tender wrapper. They steam cook from frozen in the microwave in two minutes…super quick, easy and convenient frozen meal from Costco! Scroll down to see our Bibigo Dumplings at Costco review, nutritional panel, ingredients, heating instructions, price, ordering options and recipe recommendations.
Costco Bibigo Dumplings Feature:
- 16 grams of protein
- Source of Iron
- Ready in 2 Minutes
- Individually Packed in Portions
- Individually Labeled with Cooking Instructions
- Authentic Korean Flavors
- Fully Cooked
Why We Like Bibigo Chicken and Veg Dumplings
IFYKYK I am weird about frozen chicken or really all prepared food with chicken, so take it with a grain of salt…IMO it’s not the highest quality chicken, but it’s not bad and I will eat it. The filling is juicy and flavorful, yet the flavor is mild enough that they appeal to a broader palette (including kids).
Overall, factoring in their convenience, price point and flavor these are a recommended buy from me. I’d recommend checking out some of the dumpling recipes from the manufacturer like the Spring Greens Soup with Chicken & Vegetable Dumplings for a little added flavor profile (plus more veggies!).
What We Don’t Like
Same old story…frozen food is high in sodium. On a relative basis, this isn’t nearly as high as other frozen food options out there, but those on a low sodium diet will probably want to note the sodium to determine suitability.
Bibigo Steamed Dumpling Ingredients
Filling: Chicken, Cabbage, Onion, Green Onion, Tofu (Water, Soybeans, Calcium Sulfate, Glucono Delta Lactone, Magnesium Chloride), Chicken Broth (Chicken Stock, Salt, Yeast Extract, Dextrose, Flavoring, Chicken Flavor, Corn Syrup Solids, Chicken Fat, Soy Lecithin, Dehydrated Chicken Broth), Shiitake Mushroom (Water, Dried Shiitake Mushroom), Water, Garlic, Sesame Oil, Sugar, Soy Sauce (Water, Wheat, Soybeans, Salt), Autolyzed Yeast Extract, Salt, Chicken Flavored Powder (Yeast Extract, Natural Flavoring, Salt), Ginger Powder, Gelatin, Yeast Extract, Black Pepper.
Dough: Enriched Flour (Wheat Flour, Malted Barley Flour, Niacin, Reduced Iron, Thiamine Mononitrated, Riboflavin, Folic Acid), Water, Wheat Flour, Salt, Soybean Oil.
Dumpling Sauce Packet Ingredients
Sauce: Soy Sauce (Water, Soybeans, Wheat, Salt), Sugar, Water, Distilled Vinegar, Green Chili Puree, Onion Flavor (Canola Oil, Onion Extract, Flavor)
Costco Bibigo Dumplings contain sesame, wheat and soy. This information may be subject to change without notice. Please reference label on packaging in-store for complete product information.
Each serving of 1 tray of 6 dumplings plus 1 packet of sauce has 275 calories, 7g of fat, 40g of carbs and 16g of protein. Below are the separate nutrition facts for the dumplings and for the sauce packets.
Costco Bibigo Dumplings – Price and Item Number
Bibigo Steamed Chicken and Vegetable Dumplings – 6 x 6 – 39.6 oz costs $13.79 at Costco. That shakes out to each tray of 6 dumpling costing $2.30 or $0.38/dumpling.
Bibigo Steamed Chicken and Vegetable Dumplings are Costco Item Number 107699 and cost $16.25 when ordered from Same Day Costco.
Although the dumplings aren’t available on the Costco.com Cold & Frozen delivery program, you can find other Bibigo products such as the mini wontons and microwave white rice (highly recommend the rice! that’s a staple at our house!) available to order online at Costco.com.
Price Comparison Vs Amazon
Bibigo Dumpling Chicken Vegetable, 6oz (Frozen) cost $4.29 at Amazon. It contains 1 tray of 6 dumplings…that’s twice the cost of Costco!
Where to Find Dumplings In-Store at Costco
More information on the Chicken and Vegetable Dumplings is available on the Bibigo website.
How to Cook Bibigo Steamed Dumplings from Costco
It only takes 2 minutes to microwave these convenient and delicious Costco Bibigo Dumplings!
- 1 Tray of Costco's Bibigo Steamed Chicken and Vegetable Dumplings, Frozen
- Cut one corner of the pouch to allow the steam to escape. Place sauce packet in warm water to thaw.
- Place the pouch in microwave and heat on high for 2 minutes. Allow to cool 1 minute.
- Carefully open bag and remove tray. Be careful it's hot!
- Add dipping sauce to tray and enjoy!
Recipe Ideas for Bibigo Steamed Dumplings from Costco
Easy to Store to Serve
Each individually wrapped tray of Bibigo dumplings printed instructions so you don’t have to worry about keep the box – which makes them much easier to fit into a full freezer!
Each tray of Costco dumplings also has a designated pouring spot for the soy dipping sauce, so you get even distribution of sauce across the six dumplings and you don’t have to dirty a dish!
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You can find more product information from the manufacturer here.
Does Costco sell Bibigo Dumplings?
Yes, you can find frozen Bibigo dumplings at Costco for $13.79 per package. Each package contains 36 dumplings.
How to Cook Costco Bibigo Dumplings?
Vent the pouch and microwave them for 2 minutes, let stand 1 minute, then add sauce and enjoy. See step by step instructions above if needed.
How many calories in Bibigo Dumplings from Costco? How many carbs? How much protein?
1 tray of 6 Bibigo dumplings plus 1 packet of sauce has 275 calories, 7g of fat, 40g of carbs and 16g of protein. See nutrition panel for breakdown.
Are Bibigo steamed dumplings fully cooked?
Yes, Costco’s frozen Bibigo Dumplings are fully cooked. Of course they are sold frozen…so you will need to steam them in the microwave before eating.