Fried Chicken Wontons

Since March, there have been few reasons to eat outside. Almost everyday a recipe is put to the test. However last week, I was in a restaurant mood, so we headed out for dinner. A lot of people in the area have good things to say about this restaurant we went to (KK Malaysian). From the outside it wouldn’t look like the greatest restaurant, but man the food is good! The first thing we ordered was Fried Chicken Wontons. It was Kingsley’s first time and he fell in love with it. So what does that mean? Well we make it at home 🙂 We made some for us, and we made some for Kingsley’s ex-housemates. I have drifted a bit from the typical Wonton recipe, but it still tasted great, so I guess that is alright 🙂

Since March, there have been few reasons to eat outside. Almost everyday a recipe is put to the test. However last week, I was in a restaurant mood, so we headed out for dinner. A lot of people in the area have good things to say about this restaurant we went to (KK Malaysian). From the outside it wouldn't look like the greatest restaurant, but man the food is good! The first thing we ordered was Fried Chicken Wontons. It was Kingsley's first time and he fell in love with it. So what does that mean? Well we make it at home 🙂 We made some for us, and we made some for Kingsley's ex-housemates. I have drifted a bit from the typical Wonton recipe, but it still tasted great, so I guess that is alright 🙂

Summary

    Ingredients

    Mince Chicken
    Ginger – a piece finally minced
    Coriander – finally chopped
    1 small Onion – diced fine
    Salt
    Pepper
    Sesame Oil
    1 tsp Chilli Chicken Powder –
    Wonton Skins
    Oil for frying

    Steps

    1. Typically, the raw ingredients are mixed and then stuffed into the wonton skin
    2. However I decided to cook the stuffing 50%
    3. Because of this, I left the egg out (to help with the binding)
    4. It worked out fine, and still tasted great
    5. In a pan, sauté the onions and ginger
    6. Add the mince and chilli chicken powder and let it brown slightly
    7. Add the coriander, salt and pepper and give it a good mix
    8. Set Aside
    9. Take a wonton skin and place a tsp of the filling and wrap it up
    10. Heat some oil in a frying pan and deep fry the wontons until golden brown
    11. Drain the excess oil on some absorbent paper
    12. Serve hot with some chilli sauce
    13. NOTE: If you choose to leave the curry powder – mix some mince chicken, minced onion, ginger, coriander, salt and pepper
    14. Add a beaten egg and a tsp of corn flour
    15. Give it a good mix and stuff away

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