Basic wonton filling
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Basic wonton filling
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:07:28 AM. Recipe ID 33468. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Basic wonton filling
 Categories: Meat
      Yield: 12 Servings
 
      2    -(up to)
  2 1/2 c  Meat
    1/2    -(up to)
      1 c  Vegetables
      1    Scallion stalk
      1 tb Soy sauce
    1/2 ts Salt
 
  1. Mince or shred meat and vegetables. Then combine with soy sauce and
  salt, blending well.
  
  2. Let stand 30 minutes. Wrap mixture in wonton skins: fold as in the
  methods described in "Information: Wontons".
  
  NOTE: The quantities given are for 40 wonton skins or about 1/2
  pound. When raw pork is used, it may be stir-fried first with the
  scallion until it loses its pinkness, then sprinkled lightly with soy
  sauce and sherry. VARIATIONS:
  
  1. For the meat above, use any of the following combinations:
  
   a. Pork (lean or roast) and shrimp
  
   b. Pork (lean or roast) ond crabmeat
  
   c. Pork (lean or roast) and fish fillets
  
   d. Pork (lean or roast) and lobster
  
  2. For the pork in the variations above, substitute chicken breast.
  
  3. In step 1, add any of the following, minced or shredded: 1 or 2
  dried black mushrooms (soaked); 2 tablespoons bamboo shoots; 2
  tablespoons button mushrooms, 4 or 5 water chestnuts.
  
  4. In step 2, for the soy sauce, substitute 2 tablespoons sherry.
  
  5. In step 2, also add any of the following: 1 egg, beaten; 1 teaspoon
  comstarch; 1/2 teaspoon sugar; 1/2 teaspoon ginger juice; 1 tablespoon
  peanut oil or a few drops of sesame oil.
  
  From , ISBN 0-517-65870-4.




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Recipe ID 33468 (Apr 03, 2005)

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