|NOT sexually unrestrained wontons.|
1/2 head cabbage
1 carrot, shredded or grated
1/2 onion, diced fine
2 cloves of garlic, minced
1/4 cup soy sauce
1 tsp dry mustard (optional)
1 tsp red pepper flake
Really anything you want. Meat would be fine in this but it's not necessary.
One package of wonton skin wrapper sheet things. They have them at every grocery store.
Chop all of your ingredients fairly small.
|There may be some mushrooms in there too...|
Saute in just a touch of oil until translucent, add soy sauce and spices.
I'm not going to say that things wont get messy during this process. To help with cleanup, I recommend having a kitchen partner:
Set up your work station: a bowl with some water in it. A fork for crimping the edges. A flat clean surface to work. Your filling. The wonton sheets.
Place a small amount of the filling in the middle of the sheet.
Using your finger, dip it in water and run in along two connecting edges.
Fold the dry edges to meet the wet.
Crimp with a fork to seal.
Set the finished wonton aside, so he can await his doom in the fryer.
|Wok it to me! Keep on wokin me, baby! I can't think of any more.|
bamboo steaming box thing, I suggest you try it. Otherwise, here is my tip to make these a little healthier when you fry: make sure your oil is HOT. The hotter the oil, the less is absorbed into the food, therefore the less oil you end up consuming. And always drain on an absorbent surface, like a brown paper bag or paper towel. Happy wontoning!