Fried Wonton: A Small Bite with Big Taste
“What is fried wonton?” you may ask. Fried wontons are especially popular in the Chinese restaurants here in the United States. They are commonly served as an appetizer and come with a pinkish-red sweet and sour dipping sauce. Everyone loves fried wontons…they are crispy and filled with savory meat or meat and seafood filling, and the sweet and sour sauce makes them even more appetizing. Wontons come in small parcels and are available in many forms: deep-fried, boiled, steamed, or in soup.
My Wonton Recipe
Whenever I have a craving for something light, appetizing, yet not overly complicated to make, I like to make fried wontons. Fried wontons are so pretty and delicious, and just the right little bite when you feel like a snack. Believe it or not, it takes less than 30 minutes to make them!
For this wonton recipe, I used some shrimp and mixed them with ground pork. I also added some water chestnuts to give the fried wonton that extra crunchiness and interesting texture. You can be totally flexible with fried wonton fillings and use chicken or turkey instead of pork. You can add some shrimp, scallop, or even crab to the filling or just plain with meat. My fried wonton recipe is an easy one that you can make at home and adjust the wonton filling to your liking.
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