Home cooked fried wontons

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Home cooked fried wontons

Postby tianzhu » Mon Sep 30, 2013 7:05 pm

Hi

Good Evening.

Would you like to share how to make home cooked fried wontons?

Best wishes

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Re: Home cooked fried wontons

Postby icy_mama » Mon Sep 30, 2013 7:10 pm

:imanisland: u cooking for yourself? :smile:

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Re: Home cooked fried wontons

Postby tianzhu » Mon Sep 30, 2013 7:25 pm

icy_mama wrote::imanisland: u cooking for yourself? :smile:

Hi icy_mama

Good Evening

For my boy.

Best wishes

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Re: Home cooked fried wontons

Postby icy_mama » Mon Sep 30, 2013 7:27 pm

ok, u can try this. i bought wonton skins from ntuc. trick is not to put too much meat onto each wonton skin and when deepfrying, oil must be hot but not smoking cos will burn the skin before cooking the meat inside.

depending on how much u want to make. simple version here, but u can vary the ingredients according to your tastebuds, like adding minced prawns too.

about 100g minced pork, seasoned with salt and pepper
2 pieces of water chestnut, chopped finely
some spring onions, chopped finely
1egg yolk (keep the white for sealing the wontons)
mix them up well.

scoop small amount of mixture onto wonton skin and fold into half and seal with egg white.

this should make about 20pcs i think. but the number doesn't matter.

have fun cooking and hope your boy will enjoy eating, tianzhu! :smile:

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Re: Home cooked fried wontons

Postby tianzhu » Mon Sep 30, 2013 7:31 pm

Hi icy_mama

Thank you for your quick response.

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Re: Home cooked fried wontons

Postby icy_mama » Mon Sep 30, 2013 7:45 pm

no problem, u solve our maths problems, i solve your cooking woes. :laugh: do let me know the results. :wink:

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Re: Home cooked fried wontons

Postby Jennifer » Mon Sep 30, 2013 8:49 pm

The Pontian fried wonton has an extra ingredient. Got a crunch in it. Is it salted fish? Or the fried bian yu?

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Re: Home cooked fried wontons

Postby icy_mama » Mon Sep 30, 2013 8:58 pm

Jennifer wrote:The Pontian fried wonton has an extra ingredient. Got a crunch in it. Is it salted fish? Or the fried bian yu?

yeah, theirs have a fishy smell, which my dc don't like, that's why i always end up crunching it all down. :laugh: bad for a diet! :lol:

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Re: Home cooked fried wontons

Postby Jennifer » Mon Sep 30, 2013 9:00 pm

icy_mama wrote:
Jennifer wrote:The Pontian fried wonton has an extra ingredient. Got a crunch in it. Is it salted fish? Or the fried bian yu?

yeah, theirs have a fishy smell, which my dc don't like, that's why i always end up crunching it all down. :laugh: bad for a diet! :lol:


I always ask for extra serving when I eat this at West Mall Pontian. Hv tried the other Pontian at BP Mall, cheat type, miserable filling, almost like nothing.

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Re: Home cooked fried wontons

Postby icy_mama » Mon Sep 30, 2013 9:02 pm

Jennifer wrote:
icy_mama wrote:
Jennifer wrote:The Pontian fried wonton has an extra ingredient. Got a crunch in it. Is it salted fish? Or the fried bian yu?

yeah, theirs have a fishy smell, which my dc don't like, that's why i always end up crunching it all down. :laugh: bad for a diet! :lol:


I always ask for extra serving when I eat this at West Mall Pontian. Hv tried the other Pontian at BP Mall, cheat type, miserable filling, almost like nothing.

that's why homemade always the best! customised taste. :wink:

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