I was thinking one day, that I wanted to try making wonton with turkey instead of shrimp or chicken. Since everybody was buzzing about the Chinese new year, I thought it’s a perfect inspiration for cooking some Chinese food. My oldest daughter was ecstatic helping me folding the wontons, while I did other chores. As soon as I was done frying the first batch, the wontons were quickly gone. Everybody was loving them!
- 1 – 2 pounds of ground turkey
- 4 cloves of garlic
- 4 – 5 stalks of scallions or green onions
- about 2 tablespoons of Worcester sauce
- wonton wrappers
- a tablespoon of flour and water (make into paste to close the wrapper)
- salt and pepper
How to Make:
- Smash some garlic finely and then mince.
- Chop the scallions finely.
- In a bowl, combine the ground turkey, chopped scallions, garlic, salt and pepper, also Worcester sauce. Mix them together and set aside for about 2 hours.
- With a tablespoon, place some mixed ground turkey into wonton wrapper. Wet the edges with the flour paste and close it. Continue until the meat is all used up.
- Prepare a frying pan on a medium heat. Fry the wonton until golden brown.
(Note: have some fried turkey wonton with the mix of soy sauce with chili sauce or ketchup with chili sauce. I ate the wontons with some soup. It’s perfect for winter.)