steamy kitchen Fried Wontons: The Deep Fried Snack that will get you Addicted Wenna Pang July 24, 2014 Cool, Deep Fried Everything, Pork, Recipes, Snacks Whip out a plate of deep fried wontons at a party and they’ll be gone before you know it, especially with this delicious recipe. These irresistible Chinese snacks are covered with a crispy golden shell on the outside, and filled with hearty mushrooms, bok choy, and pork on the inside. Especially when fried to a perfection, the crispy crunch of every bite will leave you grabbing for more. This recipe surely comes with an ingredient list that doesn’t disappoint, so go ahead and give it a try at your next gathering. Warning: These wontons are highly addicting and disappear quickly, so make sure your hands are as quick as your mouth if you want a bite. Believe it or not, these tasty things have a miraculous way of turning any party into an eating contest. Fried Wonton: The Deep Fried Snack that will get you Addicted 2014-06-18 01:46:38 These irresitible fried wontons are so addicting, they will turn any party into an eating contest. Write a review Save Recipe Print Total Time 50 min Total Time 50 min Ingredients 4 dried black mushrooms 1 leaf of bok choy 1 green onion 1 slice of ginger ½ pound of ground pork 1 tablespoon of dark soy sauce 1 teaspoon of sesame oil 1 teaspoon of granulated sugar 1 pinch of salt 1 egg, lightly beaten 3 cups of oil for deep-frying 48 wonton wrappers Water, as needed Instructions First, wipe off the dirt from the mushrooms, then soak them in warm water for 20-30 minutes. Squeeze out the excess water, then chop. Wash and shred the bok choy leaf, wash and dice the green onion, then mince the ginger until you have ½ teaspoon. Now for the filling In a medium bowl, mix the ground pork, dark soy sauce, sesame oil, sugar, and salt. Then add in the lightly beaten egg and vegetables. Heat the oil to 375 degrees Fahrenheit. While the oil’s heating, start wrapping the wontons. Wrapping Time Lay a wonton wrapper in front of you. Place a teaspoon of the filling in the center, then fold up the wonton until the shape resembles a nurse’s cap. To seal, wet the edges of the wrapper. Frying A few at a time, carefully slide the wontons into the oil. Deep-fry the wontons in batches, until they are all browned evenly. Drain on a paper towel, then serve while crispy. Let the eating contest begin! Notes If you’re short on time, these wontons can be prepared ahead of time before frying and refrigerated. Just make sure to let the wontons warm up to room temperature again when you’re ready for the deep-frying. And of course, last but not least, don’t forget the sweet and sour sauce, it’s almost as important as the wontons themselves. By Wenna Pang Adapted from chinesefoodabout.com Adapted from chinesefoodabout.com So Good Blog http://www.sogoodblog.com/ SummaryRecipe NameEasy Deep Fried Wontons Published On 2014-07-24Total Time 50MAverage Rating 5 Based on 1 Review(s) The following two tabs change content below.BioLatest Posts Wenna Pang A writer and photographer who's in love with new experiences, visual art, and the written word. Born and raised in Chicago, I've also spent time living in New York City, Hong Kong, and traveled throughout various places. A travel enthusiast by heart, I love roaming new places and exploring the people & food that comes with it. As an avid story teller, I love sharing my discoveries, whether it be my latest travel experience or newest food adventure. Simply put, a camera, a cup of coffee, and anything sweet is enough to keep me smiling. Latest posts by Wenna Pang (see all) Gooey Sticky Fun: Japanese Mochi - December 15, 2014 Umami Burger Review: No Such Thing as an Ordinary Burger - December 15, 2014 A Foodie’s Noodle Diary of Japan: The Tasty Discovery of Oil Noodles, Abura Soba - October 10, 2014 Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Name* Email* Website Comment Current day month ye@r * Leave this field empty * Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.