These are maaaarvelous! I am on WW and made them for a party, and they simply were the talk of the crowd (and 2 points each)! Wonton wrappers found in produce aisle of grocery store. I also tried steaming a few and although the fried ones are better for a party, I held the steamed ones aside for just me! Made a great lunch! Susan
My teenage daughter has made these twice now. She cooks a whole batch and then individually froze them on a cookie sheet. She put in a freezer bag, and now after school she just heats them back up in the toaster oven - taste so good as if they were just made. Thanks!
These are just fantastic. The only change I made was a little seasoned salt & pretty big shake of red pepper flakes. It added just a little kick that I thought was lacking from the original recipe. Had a large dinner party today - chinese buffet - this was the hit of the party. Thanks for great recipe! Will use over and over!
Delightful recipe! I did a few things differently: 1) I used a beaten egg instead of water to bind the wonton. 2) I fried wontons at 400 degrees for 2 minutes and they turned out puffy, but still good. (My deep fryer doesn't go to 450 degrees!) 3) I left out the ginger for half of the recipe for my mother who hates ginger. The recipe is tastey with and without ginger. 4) I pan fried some of the wontons in oil over medium heat until golden, flipped them, took off heat, covered and steamed for 2 minutes. This method worked well. Thanks for a great recipe, will use again!
This recipe was great! I used ground turkey and omitted the ginger (i don't like it). My 13yr old son helped...they turned out great. Very tasty. I will use this again and again. oh, I also added a cup of shredded chopped cabbage. SO YUMMY..thanks!
Here's another 5 star review comin at ya! these are great! very simple to make and the taste is great! only thing i wasnt sure on was on the first step, is the pork supposed to be cooked or uncooked? i played it safe and cooked it first and then mixed it with the other ingredients. I thought these wontons were delish! i dipped em in soy sauce and sweet and sour sauce! great snacks! dont know when to stop thou :'(
Oh my! These were great. I served these with #11489 Stir fried Garlic Beef with Broccoli and # 75913 Fried Rice. Great meal. These were easy to do, just a bit time consuming....but soooo worth the extra time. I love the flavor of the filling. My DS ended up eating only the wontons for dinner, this makes a big batch so next time I'm going to try to freeze half of them....thank you for such an impressive appy for our "Chinese nights".......Stephanie
Excellent to say the least. I used my mini food processor to VERY finely mince the veggies, and it turned out perfect. I had leftover pork mixture, so I fried it up in a skillet and served it in lettuce leaves with sauce #62708 for a fantastic lunch the next day. Almost better than the wontons themselves, and not deep fried. Thanks for a great recipe.
These were the best won ton's I have tried yet!I did add about 7 cloves of garlic because we love it so much. We served these with sauteed sugar snap peas(117677)& Pearls sesame noodles(20080) for a great asian meal.We'll definately have again & again..thanks!
I found these wontons a little bland for my liking. I thought it needed more salt so i added a couple of tablespoons of oyster sauce and a little more soy sauce. It tasted much better after that.