Deep Fried Wonton
Watch The Cooking Video
Deep Fried Wonton are a popular Chinese dish. The wonton wrappers are filled with either vegetables, meat or shrimp, and then deep-fried until they are a crispy golden brown. Literally translated to "fried wrapper", these little pockets of dough can be fried up quickly and served as part of a buffet or as an appetiser. These crispy and appetising wontons are a Malaysian favourite as they can be prepared with simple everyday ingredients. Learn how to make wontons with this easy and quick recipe. There are other varieties of the wonton as well, such as soup dumplings or pot stickers, which are boiled and steamed respectively. They are often served with a dipping sauce on the side. These wontons taste best freshly made but you can also store the leftovers in the fridge, then reheat them when you want to have them. Once you start eating, you just can’t stop!
|2 packets||Wonton wrappers|
|400gm||fresh shrimps (minced)|
|1 nos||Onion (finely chopped)|
|8 cloves||garlics (finely chopped)|
|½ stalk||medium-sized carrot (Peeled and finely grated)|
|10 gm||spring onions (chopped)|
|2 nos||Egg whites|
|2 ssp||oyster sauce|
|A pinch||table salt|
|Adequate||cooking oil (for frying)|
- Combine minced chicken, fresh shrimps, onion, garlics, carrot, spring onions with AJI-NO-MOTO®, white pepper, oyster sauce and salt in a glass bowl. Mix well.
- Marinate for ½- 45 minutes, covered.
- Put 1 tsp of mixture onto the wonton wrapper. Fold according to your own preference.
- Heat oil in a pan over medium heat.
- Fry the wonton until it become golden-brown.
- Remove from pan and drain.
- Serve warm with mayonnaise or cocktail sauce.
Product Used for the Recipe