Wontons are very simple to make and the variations of this popular dumpling are endless. Try some of the recipes below for chicken wontons, pork wontons or wonton soup.
Wontons are a great party snack. This recipe also freezes well. You can buy wonton wrappers in Asian supermarkets.
These are a delightful homemade pork and prawn wonton that are steamed but you can also fry. We love them as an entree but have also used them as a finger food for parties.
I found the idea for cheat's ravioli in Valli Little's recipe book 'faking it - how to cook delicious food without really trying'. Wonton Ravioli is a happy meduim - a great alternative to making pasta from scratch if you are time poor, and beats store bought ravioli hands down. I will definitely be making this again! my biggest critics (one of whom is an avid fresh pasta maker) also agree.
This recipe makes a huge batch - about 150 wontons - but you can freeze them and cook them later by steaming or deep frying.
This is an easy way to use up small amounts of leftover chicken - just wrap leftover chicken in wonton wrappers and bake until crispy. You can serve them plain or with soy sauce or sweet chilli sauce.
These crispy treats are a favorite in my family. The flavoursome herbs in this recipe, as well as the chilli, give the wontons a nice kick.
You can add any chopped vegies you like to the chicken stock and garnish with fresh spring onions in this recipe.
These Thai pork wontons known as 'Giaw Grob' are deep fried. The filling includes pork mince, coriander and garlic.
This is an easy recipe with rich flavours. It makes a great dish for entertaining. The ravioli is made of wonton wrappers and can also be made ahead and frozen.
I love this wonton soup recipe that I have perfected on my own through the years. Its the mix of pork wontons, prawns and greens