Wonton

Wonton

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Encyclopedia of Food and Cookery

Wontons, an important part of Chinese cookery, are little packages of savoury food wrapped in squares of fresh noodle dough and deep-fried, steamed or boiled. They are served as appetisers, as part of a meal with a sauce, or floating in a clear broth (see Short Soup).

Wonton skins (wrappers) can be made at home but are available ready-made in Chinese food stores. There are about 90 wrappers to 500 g. Store wonton skins tightly wrapped in plastic in the refrigerator or freezer. They will keep for about 1 week under refrigeration.

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