I love wontons. They are my favorite Chinese food—and I always thought that the store bought wonton wrappers were too watery and flimsy. Then I discovered a way to make homemade wonton wrappers that are crisp and airy, like the ones you can find in the frozen food section of the grocery store.

I love a good wonton, especially the elaborate ones from the Chinese restaurant. My family always has a pot of wontons in the freezer for those times when we want to surprise friends and family with authentic Chinese fare. They are really easy to make and taste even better than the restaurant version.

Wontons and dumplings are probably one of the most famous Chinese foods all over the world. If you ask someone for a recommendation on what to have for lunch, the chances are he’ll go with a plate of wonton mee. Even if you don’t order mee every day, it’s a food that can always be found on the tables of all eateries.. Read more about wonton filling recipes and let us know what you think.

Tender wrappers are filled with ground pork, shrimp, and sesame oil, then deep fried to crispy, delectable wontons using common household items.

Ingredients

Wonton wrapper, 1 pkg    
Pork ground to 1/2 pound    
1/2 pound of shrimp minced    
1 tblsp. soy sauce    
Oyster sauce, 1 tablespoon    
1 tablespoon ginger, minced    
2 tablespoons bamboo shoots, minced    
2 tablespoons onion, minced    
1 tablespoon shallots or garlic, minced    
1 tsp sesame seed oil    
sugar (one teaspoon) (optional)    
2 minced green onions    
1 tblsp. cornstarch    

Making Homemade Deep Fried Wonton: Step-by-Step Instructions

  1. In a mixing dish, combine all of the ingredients and put aside.
  2. Place one wonton skin piece on a flat surface.
  3. Place one spoonful of meat in the center and seal the edge with water.
  4. Then fold it into a triangular form and continue the process with the remaining pieces.
  5. In a wok, heat 3 cups vegetable or canola oil until hot, then put a few pieces of wonton into the heated oil and deep fried until golden brown, then drain. Make sure the oil is not too hot, otherwise the exterior of the wonton skin will burn and the meat will not cook.

Serve with a sweet and spicy Thai sauce on the side.

Enjoy

 

 

Cambodian BBQ Chicken Recipe is a related recipe.

daily value in percent

Total Carbohydrate: 22g (8% of total)

108 percent Cholesterol 323mg

9 g of total fat (12%)

Saturated Fat (Saturated Fat) (Saturated Fat) (Saturated Fat) (

1 gram of dietary fiber = 4%

58g 116 percent protein

40 percent sodium (931mg)

6 percent sugars (3 g)

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Wonton is a type of Chinese dumpling, which is both a popular Chinese street food and a popular lunch box item in many Chinese homes. Most Chinese restaurants have their version, but not all of them are the same. Unlike the original, which is made by hand, a typical restaurant wonton is usually made by machine and it usually retains the original wonton skin.. Read more about wonton wrapper recipe and let us know what you think.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a fried wonton made of?

A fried wonton is a type of Chinese dumpling that is made from dough and usually filled with minced pork, shrimp, or crab.

How do you deep fry a wonton?

To deep fry a wonton, you should first cut it in half and then dip it in a mixture of egg and flour. Next, you should coat the wonton with cornstarch before frying it for about 2 minutes on each side.

How do you keep wontons crispy?

You can use a small amount of oil to keep wontons crispy.