Won Ton Appetizers

"These are so cute! Be careful- don't let these dry out while you're finishing them off, or they'll become sticky. Keep a damp teatowel over them. They're very healthy too. The amount of wrappers needed is just an approximation. I've given two sauces, choose whichever you like. The first one is a traditional one, the second one isn't. Also, if you feel the chives are a bit fiddly, place on a tray and bake these at 170 degrees C for 10 minutes for a healthy alternative to deep frying."
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Ready In:
50 wontons




  • In a medium sized bowl, mix the pork mince, garlic, shallots, egg (NOT the eggwhite) and water chestnuts.
  • Add the soy sauce, sugar, corn flour and pepper. Mix well.
  • Take one won ton wrapper and place a teaspoon of filling into the middle.
  • Wrap the wrapper around the filling to form a parcel. Pinch the edges firmly together to seal.
  • Repeat until either all of the wrappers or the filling is used.
  • Bring the water and salt to boil in a saucepan. Dump half of the wontons into the water.
  • Meanwhile, line two plates with kitchen paper.
  • When the water is boiling again, use a slotted spoon to remove the wontons. Place them on one of the plates. Cover with a damp tea towel.
  • Dump the other half of the wontons into the pot. When the water starts boiling again, remove the wontons and place on the other plate. Cover with another damp tea towel.
  • Using the thin green end of the chive, take a wonton and tie a knot around the neck of the wonton. Carefully tighten. Use scissors and trim so that the ends are even. Place on serving plate.
  • Repeat with remaining wontons.
  • Serve warm with dipping sauces.
  • For sauce 1: Mix in a bowl and serve.
  • For sauce 2: Place the jam in a bowl and heat on low in the microwave for 30-45 seconds, or until soft.
  • Add the sweet chilli sauce and fish sauce, combine and serve.

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