Q: Can I use a different type of meat for this recipe?
A: Yes, you can substitute pork with chicken or beef, but the flavor will be slightly different.
Q: How do I know when the wontons are cooked?
A: The wontons are ready when they float to the top and the wrapper looks translucent and the filling puffs up.
Q: Can I make these wontons in advance?
A: Yes, you can prepare the wontons in advance and freeze them. Cook them directly from frozen when needed.
Pork and Green Onion Wonton Recipe
- 150g Pork Filling
- 100g Green Onion
- 10g Oyster Sauce
- 20g Fresh Chicken Juice
- Appropriate amount of Sichuan Pepper Powder
- 10g Ginger Juice
- 1 Spoon Cooking Wine
- 3 Spoons Vegetable Oil
- Appropriate amount of Kelp
- 20g Chicken Juice
- 2 Spoons Salt
- Prepare the pork filling and chopped green onions.
- Mix chicken juice, oyster sauce, Sichuan pepper powder, cooking wine, and ginger juice into the pork filling.
- Stir the mixture until it's evenly mixed.
- Add the chopped green onions and vegetable oil to the mixture.
- Stir until everything is well combined.
- Form the mixture into wontons.
- In a cold pan, add oil and sauté the green onions until fragrant.
- Add boiling water to the pan.
- Add the wontons and seasoning to the pan.
- Cook until the wontons float to the surface, then add kelp. Continue cooking until the wonton wrappers puff up and separate from the filling. Turn off the heat.
- Serve the wontons in a bowl and enjoy.
- Rich in Protein
- Contains Essential Amino Acids
- Source of Vitamins from Green Onions
- Low in Carbohydrates