Fry Wonton and Wonton Soup


Making Triangular Wanton is simple and easy! This is my personal special ingredient that I made up on my own.

Ingredient:

1lb ground pork
Wonton skin
Chopped union
Garlic
Oyster sauce
Sugar
Black pepper
And vermicelli noodle

First you get a 1lb of ground pork and put it in a bowl.
3 tablespoon of oyster sauce and one tablespoon of sugar
Few black pepper on how much you like
And one bowl of chopped onion. Completely mix these together evenly.

Soak the vermicelli noodle in hot water until it is soft in touch. Cut them in half and after that mix the vermicelli noodle with the ground pork. After the mixture, grab the wonton skin which has already been cut into small squares and fill the wonton skin with a teaspoon of each meat and fold it into a triangular shape. After doing this, grab a pan and fill it with oil and fry it. About 5-10 minute your wonton will be ready for serve. For the dipping, we use the egg roll sauce.

Wonton soup is delicious as well. Using the same ingredient that is listed above to make the wonton except for using vermicelli noodle. Instead of folding it triangular we fold it into a nurse cap. After finish making the wonton, boil some hot water. After the water comes to boil, put in the wonton. After putting in the wonton, add pork soup. Stir it evenly and taste the soup and see exactly how you like it for a taste, if it is sweet add salt, if there is not taste add a pinch of salt and sugar for a good taste. After that you can add mustard leaves.
Grab a bag of rice noodle and soak them in warm water until it is soften. Then grab another pan and boil water and when the water comes to boil, soak the noodle in until cook. Put them in the bowl and add soup on top. Don’t forget to add cilantro for a better taste. Hoy Sin sauce and pepper. If you like, you can add shrimp and crab meat.

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Chanry 5 years ago

yummyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy


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chanroth 5 years ago from California, USA Author

Hi Chanry, I know...thanks :)


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J.S.Matthew 5 years ago from Massachusetts, USA

I like these! I enjoyed boiled wantons in Boston's China Town. I like both fried and boiled-probably prefer fried. Nice Hub. Voting Up! I wrote another Dipping Sauce recipe a little while ago. Let me know which is your favorite! http://hubpages.com/food/Simple-Authentic-Cambodia...

Dow Yam!

JSMatthew~


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chanroth 5 years ago from California, USA Author

Hi J.S.Matthew, thanks! Your like my siblings, they prefer fried. :)I like both. haha...


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Victoria Lynn 5 years ago from Arkansas, USA

Yummy! I would probably prefer fried, too, but I'm willing to try just about anything when it comes to food!


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chanroth 5 years ago from California, USA Author

Hi Victoria...my little sister say your profile picture look pretty. ^_^ yes, fried is very delicious. crunchy...tasty...I'm getting myself hungry. LOL thanks! :)


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happypuppy 5 years ago

Yummy! I like both fried and wonton soup. Homemade wonton tastes the best. Thanks for sharing this recipe.


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Victoria Lynn 5 years ago from Arkansas, USA

chanroth--I have been told by 4 different people today, and now you, that I look pretty. I told one of them that my mom is the only one who ever says that. I have some self-esteem issues, so today was oddly comforting. Maybe I'm better than what I think. I should write a hub about self-esteem. Thank your little sister for me, would you? I appreciate it.


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chanroth 5 years ago from California, USA Author

Hi Happypuppy! Homemade is always the best! :) Thanks.


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chanroth 5 years ago from California, USA Author

Hi victoria, your beautiful, both in and out! I understand that people have self esteem issue as I have them too. You should write about it. I think it will benefit you and others! My sister say your welcome! :)


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Victoria Lynn 5 years ago from Arkansas, USA

thanks, Chanroth! I didn't realize that HubPages would be a self-esteem supportive group, but I am finding that out more and more. Thank you so much. I will try to figure out an angle from which to write a self-esteem article. :-)


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chanroth 5 years ago from California, USA Author

Hi Victoria, your welcome!

All the best

~CHANROTH~


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hazelwood4 5 years ago from Owensboro, Kentucky

Hi Chan, I am a big fan of Chinese food. Thank you for sharing this fabulous recipe. I look forward to making this Chinese recipe. I shared this recipe, and also gave you a thumbs up and useful too.


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chanroth 5 years ago from California, USA Author

Hi hazelwood4, thank you so much for visiting and sharing! I hope you enjoy it as much as I did if you make yourself some wonton/Chinese food.


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Eiddwen 4 years ago from Wales

I must try this one as it's a dish that I love.

I will vote up plus bookmak.

I'll let you know how I get on.

Take care and enjoy your weekend.

Eddy.


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chanroth 4 years ago from California, USA Author

Hi Eiddwen, thank you! I hope you enjoy this! I'm making egg roll later today! :)

Chanroth

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