My family and I love this recipe. I cook up chicken and chop it up to have on hand for this particular recipe. I also substitute 1/2 cup of apricot preserves for the red jalapeno jelly and combine with the remaining ingredients for the dipping sauce. It is WONDERFUL!
This was excellent! We made them as eggrolls because we had the wrappers. Pot sticker size would have been better. We also added chopped celery and it really needed the extra crunch and layer of flavor. This is a keeper. We used canned chicken because it was available but left over fresh cooked chicken of any kind would have been better. The dipping sauce was good too, we used sirachi for the heat instead of jalapeno jelly. Try it!
Great recipe- thanks for sharing! I did not add the water chesnuts, used cooked chicken tenderloins, and added sesame oil to the mix. I love this recipe- it was delicious, and you would never know it was a heathier version. Thanks for posting.
This was fantastic. From the looks of it, I thought it would be labor intensive to make all those little packages but it came together fairly quickly. I used 2 cups finely chopped roasted chicken instead of the canned stuff. Also grated and used a whole carrot which I'm sure was way more than 1/4 cup. Definitely use fresh ginger! I used a #50 scoop for placing the chicken filling onto the wonton wrapper. The dipping sauce was great too and added just a touch of heat. So good!! Can't wait to serve these at my next party!
I haven't tried this recipe yet for the egg rolls, but I did make your yummy dipping sauce. I followed Frugal Zealot's suggestion to substitute apricot preserves instead of the red jalapeno jelly. The sauce tasted SUPER delicious!! Even my Mom loved it, and she's not a big fan of Asian cuisine. (yet!!) It's the perfect sauce for dipping my homemade pot stickers.
These were so good!. The flavors were great and will make these all the time. I Baked mine for 13 min. and the edges were burned to will back it off. Loved the garlic and ginger! Have lots of the dipping sauce leftover.
This was a great recipe! I ended up baking half of them and steaming the rest for a few minutes. both were highly satisfactory.