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Sunday, August 23, 2009

Best Fried Pork Wontons your family will love them




Very simple to make and does not take much time at all. And best of all low low cost to make.


Prep time:10 min
cook time:10 min


Ingredients:
won ton wraps (found with the fresh vegetable ection)
2 pork chops (can be any kind steak, loin regular)
chives
Sauce: any oriental flavor that you like or you can use a BBQ sauce too!
salt & Pepper
cooking oil




Directions:
cut pork chops up into small pieces, add them to a blender a food processor or the magic bullet. Throw in some chives for color, pour in about 1/2 cup of your favorite sauce and add salt and pepper to taste. Blend all of this until the pork is just "squishy" no lumps left. In a frying pan or a griddle add about 1/4 cup cooking oil let warm.




take each won ton (they are square) and put them at an angle, I use my fingers and grab a nice size pinch and place it in the middle of the won ton. I fold the won ton at the angle to it looks like a triangle. Take a little water on your finger and place it where the two pieces fold. Pinch or push on edges to keep them from popping open.






Now with your oil warm place the stuffed wontons in the pan and cook until both sides are nice and crispy (less if you like).




Now time to eat! I like to dip mine in a sweet and sour tangy sauce. Just perfect and kids love them.

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