Monday, November 07, 2005

Pork Wontan

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Featuring one of my home cook dishes. Who wouldn't love deep-fry food? Deep-fry wontan is very common these days and it comes with all kind of fillings or you can simply create your own with what you have in your refrigerator and pantry. Any filling will be good as long as you seasoned it well. Furthermore, it's very easy to make.





Ingredients

~ Twin Dragon Brand wontan wrappers
~ Oil for deep-frying

(A)
~ Ground Pork
~ Chopped water chestnuts
~ Chopped scallions

Seasoning for (A):
~ Salt, a little sugar, garlic powder and sesame oil.

Method

Marinate (A) with seasoning for at least 2 hours in the refrigerator. Then, wrapped it in wontan wrapper and deep-fry until golden brown. Serve with Thai sweet chillies sauce.

4 comments:

buzzbuzz said...

nice looking wontons! Bake those "melting moments" cookies you'd featured and you're right, THEY ARE GOOD!! ehhehe...took up most of the past two evenings to make it but they are worth it....yummy! Will put them up later...right now catching up with everything else!

Connie said...

Yum yum! One of my favourites...

linnish said...

nice looking wantons, ching! I love the way u wrap them, I can never make them this pretty!

Little Corner of Mine said...

Glad to hear that buzzbuzz. :) Looking forward to see your cookie pictures!

Connie. :)

Lin, thanks! After I learned how to wrap it this way, I seem to forget how to wrap it any other way. Weird how our minds work.