Cooking Tips: Wanton/Dumpling Skins

Cooking Tips: Wanton/Dumpling Skins

Homemade wantons are not difficult to make! Some common ingredients of the fillings are: minced meat, chopped bak choy or vegetable of choice, chopped shrimps, ginger, with your own selection of condiments and seasonings.


Soup Wantons: Ready when wantons float up to the water's surface, about 5 minutes.

Fried Wantons: Golden brown, about 8-9 minutes.


To make-ahead and freeze the wontons to consume another day, place them on a parchment-lined plate, then place them in the freezer until completely frozen before transferring them to a ziplock bag. They can be cooked directly after frozen without needing to thaw, just add 1 to 2 minutes to the cooking time.


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