Wontons are boiled and usually eaten in soup with veggies and sometimes noodles. Traditionally they are smallish and have ground pork and sometimes shrimp filling. … The flour used for wrappers is different and the meat fillings are usually different between wonton and dim sum dumplings.
4 dried black mushrooms
1 leaf bok choy
1 green onion
1 slice ginger
1/2 pound ground pork
1 tablespoon dark soy sauce
1 teaspoon sesame oil
1 teaspoon granulated sugar
Pinch of salt
1 egg, lightly beaten
3 cups oil for deep-frying, or as needed
48 wonton wrappers, or as needed
Water, as needed
Procedures: Wipe any dirt off the mushrooms. Soak in warm water until softened (20 to 30 minutes). Squeeze out the excess water and chop. Wash and shred the bok choy leaf. Wash and dice the green onion. Mince the ginger until you have 1/2 teaspoon.
In a medium bowl, combine the ground pork with the dark soy sauce, sesame oil, sugar and salt. Sponsored Links
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Add the lightly beaten egg and the vegetables. This is the wonton filling.
Heat the oil to 375 degrees Fahrenheit. While the oil is heating, prepare the wontons. Lay a wonton wrapper in front of you. Place a teaspoon of the filling in the middle. Fold up the wonton so that it resembles a nurse’s cap, wetting the edges to seal (if you haven’t made wontons before, see photo instructions on filling wontons).
Add the won tons to the hot oil, a few at a time, sliding them in carefully. Deep-fry the wontons in batches until they are golden brown, turning to make sure they brown evenly. Drain on paper towels or a tempura rack if you have one. As with egg rolls, wontons should be served as soon as possible, to ensure they remain crispy. Serve with Sweet and Sour Sauce or red rice wine vinegar
Keywords: Fried Wonton