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Wonderful. I used one pound of ground pork instead of the tenderloin and also included both teaspoons of sesame oil in the mixture. Added salt and pepper to the mix and 70 wontons were born. Thanks for great recipe.

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bjd4 March 27, 2009

These were very good - not my version of simple (I'm just getting into cooking) but they were very tasty. A great healthy alternative - my boyfriend is very very sick of chicken breast since I've been trying to cook healthy.

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pferde01 January 02, 2009

Very tasty! I used the full-fat ground pork from my butcher, and I pan-fried them with a tablespoon of oil after boiling them to make them a little crispy. I am a big fan of spicy foods, so next time I will add some sriracha sauce in the mix

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Bumpducks June 18, 2008

This is a simple, quick and easy weeknight dinner and we thoroughly enjoyed it! As I was serving this with a strongly flavoured Szechuan sauce I left out the hoisin as the flavours would have clashed. I love making wontons and thought this recipe was excellent - thanks for posting!

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currybunny June 18, 2006

OMG these are so good! I made one batch on one day and then another early this morning to freeze, I used my Kitchen Aid grinder attachment to grind the meat, the changes I made was I did increased the garlic and green onions and hoisin slightly and added in some cayenne pepper. I love this recipe and I will be making this many time again, thanks for sharing Mo-B!...Kitten:)

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Kittencal@recipezazz April 27, 2006
Pork Wontons