photo by Chef Bad Motor Scoo
- Ready In:
- Wet the edges of the wonton wrapper with your finger.
- Place a small amount of wasabi in the center of the wrapper, rougly the size of a 1/4 inch sphere. (Be very careful not to add too much, a very small amount goes a long way.).
- Place the cooked meatball on top of the wasabi.
- Fold the wonton wraper around the meatball. (I either fold one corner in at a time so that they meet in the center or just gather the sides up to create a purse).
- Steam for 15 minutes or until the wrapper is cooked through.
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Very good. I made half with a very mild pork sausage, and preferred them. I also deep fried them in Canola oil in a pan, rather than steamed. I was trying to replicate a local Japanese steak houses version, and they came out very good, golden, and crunchy. But heed the warning: easy on the Wasabi. I over did a few, but ultimately ended up just lightly smearing a stripe in the Wonton wrap.