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I have to say this has to be one of the best... I actually have a recipe very similar... but I figured I would try this one... the only thing I did differently was I doubled the ingredients... and added about 10 drops of yellow food coloring... I added the food coloring since I have no intentions on frying my rangoons I still wanted them to have that "fried" look even though they are oven baked... as for my wontons I boiled them as usual and baked the other half... if you want to bake them instead of fry them cook them @ 425 for 7-15 minutes depending on how thin you roll them out... and spray them with butter flavored cooking spray or make a butter wash and put it on before you put whatever in the oven... i am still in the process of putting my own recipes online so if you are interested in my crab rangoon and wonton filling recipes keep checking back i am just waiting for RZ to approve them... thank you so much... for posting this... oh i also wanted to add... i rolled these out on my kitchen aid pasta roller to the thinest setting starting from 1(thickest) ending with 8 (thinest) and the wontons boil so fast but still have to let the meat cook...
I wanted to make pot stickers for dinner, but every recipe I found called for a package of "Wonton Wrappers". Not being a fan of prepared foods in any fashion, I searched for a recipe and came across this. These are really delicious and not at all hard to make with a pasta roller! Thanks for the great recipe.
Thank you so much for posting this it really helped me out. I have no asian markets nearby and adore dumplings. Very easy and delicious.
What a great recipe!!! I used this recipe to make potstickers and they were awesome! Takes a little effort rolling the dough thin enough, but it's such a nice textured dough and the flavor is perfect. I think you could even use this recipe for ravioli. Thanks so much for posting this one....it's a definite winner!!!
This was awesome. I was looking for a fast dough recipe that didn't require yeast and rising time. I had Mexican chicken stew meat on hand and wanted to make some empanda type pies. This worked out great. I fried mine in olive oil and then let them bake in the oven. Thank you for the easy fast dough. Next time I will try them for the traditional won tons. :)
Very nice! Like others I sought out this recipe because we don't have these in the store. Made with Jael P.'s Lai Lai Hunan filling (#297142) and they worked great. Thank you.
Thanks for a wonderful recipe. I've tried making one before from scratch and it didn't work out right. Other than that, our Asian groceries here don't carry this either so I'm just so glad I've found this pliable and easy to work with wonton wrapper dough. Used this for Steamed Chicken and Coconut Shumai (Dim Sum) and another. You're so heaven sent! Thank you!!!!!
Excellent recipe - easy to do and works perfectly.
Great taste, and so easy to make! We don't have them in stores here in Serbia, so this is the only way for me to have dumplings. Thank you so much for the recipe!
My first try at anything like this. They were excellent tasting and easy to work with. Will use again to make ravioli. Used them to make #13320. Delicious!