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2 Fish wonton recipes that make tasty and healthy chinese appetizers and snacks for picky kids.
These fish wonton recipes using fresh fish meat as filling makes healthy chinese appetizers or snacks. Make them for kids who avoid fish and veggies.
Boil them, deep-fry them or steam them. It is up to you. Of course traditionally they are boiled and served in soup. You can use any clear broth to serve boiled wontons.
You can wrap the wontons in many different styles or just go uniform with one.
Omit some of the "adult" ingredients like cooking wine or spices if you are making these for your kids.
This recipe uses cooked white fish which means you can try it with leftover fish. It may have less moisture, so you may need to add a little liquid.
I also prefer using saltwater white fish. They have a nice texture and a mild taste.
In this recipe, the broth had an additional ingredient: laver or dried purple seaweed. You can substitute this with other ingredients like chives, bok choy, lettuce, choy sum and more.
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