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  • For me won tons are very fun to eat, they're delicious and very flavorful

    • by rickyet
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      Won tons are actually Chinese food. It can be eaten fried or steamed. It’s also good when added to soup making it its main attraction. For me won tons are very fun to eat, they’re delicious and very flavorful. I tried making this won ton soup before, though it didn’t turned out perfect, my family was still able to like it.

      Here’s what you’ll need:

      25 pcs of won ton wrappers

      For the filling: 1/2 cup ground pork 1/2 cup prawns, shelled and deveined 2 tbsp water chestnuts 2 tbsp bamboo shoots 1/2 tsp cornstarch 1 tsp rice


      wine

      1 egg white to seal wrappers

      For the soup: 8-10 cups chicken stock 2 forest mushrooms soaked until soft, rinsed and sliced 1/2 cup sliced bamboo shoots 1/4 cup sliced water chestnuts 2 cups bokchoy or any green leafy vegetables 1/4 cup green onions, chopped

      Here’s how to do it:

      Chop ground pork, prawns, bamboo shoots,and water chestnuts until smooth. Add cornstarch, salt and wine mix together. Place in refrigerator until ready for wrapping.

      Place 1 heaping teaspoon of filling on the top corner of wrapper. Fold tip of wrapper over the meat. Put a small dab of ...


      • egg on the left hand side of covered meatball. Pull back sides and pinch together, placing one side of the egg white.

        Boil won tons in a large pot for about 2 minutes.

        Remove and rinse in cold water and set aside.

        Bring chicken stock to a boil, adding salt, bamboo shoots, water chestnuts and mushrooms. Add the won tons then bring to a boil. Lower heat and cook for another 5 minutes.

        Add the green leafy vegetables on the last minute of cooking. put the green onions on top to garnish.

        This will make about

        6-8 servings.

        The recipe can be served as dinner soups or you can just eat it anytime if you want. By the time I was cooking this soup, I didn’t use wine cause it wasn’t available at that time and since I have no chicken stock too, I just used chicken cubes as an alternate to the stock. It still tasted good after. But maybe it could have been better if the wine and the real chicken stock were used. I also keep some of the won tons in the freezer to preserve it cause I was thinking of frying the other pieces the next day. It’s also good being cooked that way.




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