Wonton skins or wrappers are made from flour and egg dough, which is rolled out to a
smooth, flat thin sheet, as when making egg noodles. The sheet is usually cut into small
squares, although round wonton skins are also available.
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Place the filling in the center of
skin and dampen the edges. Press the
the wonton skin together to create a
little purse shape,
sealing the filling completely.
Deep-fried wontons can be served with a
spicy dip as a snack.
Wontons can be boiled, steamed or simply
poached in a clear broth.
Perfect accompaniment for noodles cooked in
clear soup served with generous
slices of fragrant roast pork and a
sprinkling of finely chopped