Wonton Folding Yechniques
> Pork Wonton Recipes
There are many pork wonton recipes because every Chinese cook has their own recipe. This could be their own creation or was passed down from the generations.
Some, like me, tend to make it up as we go along, especially with whatever leftovers we have in the fridge (^-_^).
Ground pork is the de facto ingredient in Chinese wontons. Some combine pork with vegetables like cabbage or chives. Some use other meats like crab meat and fresh shrimp.
Here are a few popular ones to help you get started. Buy or make your own wrappers. Pick any of the 10 styles to wrap the wontons or come up with your own.
Remember to boil the wontons separately from the wonton soup you are serving them in.
If you have leftover wrappers, try making some of these sweet and savoury snacks. Afterwards, you might want to check out my other wonton fillings.
This is a basic pork wonton recipe. To this, other ingredients like fresh shrimp, cabbage, mixed vegetables can be added.
Seasonings for filling
Pork wontons from Southern China usually contain fresh seafood. The next 3 recipes contain fresh shrimp, crab meat and fish.
Pork wontons from Northern China usually contain vegetables. Most commonly used are Beijing cabbage and chives. Here are 2 recipes:
Beijing cabbage is like napa cabbage.
This last pork wonton recipe contains an unusual ingredient. A root vegetable called taro. Try it and let me know what you think.
Okay, that's all. I hope you have fun wrapping these 9 pork wontons.
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