What can you do with a wonton wrapper? After filling and folding, you can add it to soups, deep-fry or even bake it. Here are a number of recipes using wonton wrappers, from Crab Rangoon appetizer to fried wonton appetizers, low-fat baked chicken Wonton and classic Cantonese Wonton soup. Plus, a basic recipe so that you can make your own wonton wrappers at home.
The name wonton means swallowing a cloud, and the wonton floating in this popular soup are thought to resemble clouds. Reader rated at 5 out of 5 stars.
Chinese vegetables add flavor to this easy recipe for wonton wrappers filled with ground pork and seasonings, and deep-fried.
This version is seasoned with oyster sauce and has a pork and shrimp filling. A better option than the recipe above if you don’t live near a Chinese or Asian market.
Baking instead of deep-frying reduces the fat and calories in this healthy appetizer made with reduced fat peanut butter, curry paste and lime juice.
These plump dumplings are filled with shrimp and steamed. You can use gyoza wrappers, or regular wonton wrappers cut into circles.
Although potstickers are traditionally made with a hot water dough, wonton wrappers cut into circles make a handy substitute.
This simple treat makes a great afternoon snack for kids and adults alike.
And finally, an easy recipe to make your own wonton wrappers at home.