Prep 5 mins
Cook 10 mins
This recipe appeared in SHAPE magazine's August 2000 issue. I've been making it ever since. My husband loves to eat them and always requests them on his birthday. I love that they freeze well.
- To create the filling, mix the ground chicken, green onions, soy sauce, salt, and ground pepper in a large bowl.
- Place an eighth of the mixture in the center of a wrapper.
- Use a water to dampen the corners and edges of the wrapper.
- Pull the corners up around the filling and press them together, creating a neat little package.
- Repeat 7 more times until you have created 8 wontons.
- (If you're cooking in bulk and want to freeze the wontons, stop here.) In a non-stick skillet, heat sesame oil over medium heat.
- Place the wontons in the skillet, seam side up, and cook for approximately 2 minutes.
- When the bottoms of the wontons begin to brown, add chicken broth.
- Place a lid on the skillet and cook until chicken is done, approximately 5 minutes.
- Serve with soy sauce.
for more flavor, in place of chicken i used 3 lean sweet turkey sausages removed from their casings (the kind you buy to eat in a bun). i also added a few cloves of diced garlic, 1/3 c. shredded cabbage, 1/4 c. shredded carrots, and about 1 tsp. of fresh ginger. like other raters, i also used won ton wrappers. these were AWESOME! thanks for posting J Wa :)
I used Spring Roll wrap, followed the recipe except after adding the broth and cooking them later in the day I reheated them in a 375 oven for 20 minutes and crisped the outside -- Delicious thanks for posteing J Wa
These were really good! We added more vegetables: 1 stalk diced celery, 1 shredded carrot, 1/4 cup diced red pepper, and some minced ginger and garlic. I think using the sesame oil adds a lot of flavor.