Web Toolbar by Wibiya
 
 
 

GL PROFILES

More Friends = More Fun

 
 

GL
Tweets !

8 HOURS AGO From patient princess to spoiled brat, how demanding are you? Take the #quiz and see: http://t.co/esCqSBDnyT

9 HOURS AGO "My girls say he's a cheater...should I believe them?" http://t.co/rnIcn2ddgJ

10 HOURS AGO #tbt to that time we had an ice cream + gossip sesh with @rydelR5 // #r5family #r5 pic.twitter.com/KXTAl9aBVa

 

sponsored links

Celebrate Chinese New Year with wonton soup

 
Thought your New Year’s celebrations ended January 1? Think again! Invite your best buds over to ring in the Chinese New Year with a tasty twist on traditional wanton soup. Don’t forget to grab a couple o’ fortune cookies!

 

Ingredients:

Serves 6

8 oz regular or lean ground pork 

4 green onions, minced, divided 

1 tbsp soy sauce    

1⁄2 tsp five-spice powder

1⁄4 tsp freshly ground black pepper        

24 wonton wrappers, thawed if frozen   

1 egg, lightly beaten           

8 cups chicken stock

 

Note: Five-spice powder is a blend of ground cloves, fennel seeds, cinnamon, star anise and Szechwan peppercorns. Most large grocery stores stock it, but if you can’t find it, just use a mixture of the individual spices. It will still taste delicious.

 

Directions:

Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.

 

In a large bowl, combine pork, half the green onions, soy sauce, five-spice powder and pepper. Mix with your hands until well combined. To taste for seasoning, heat a small skillet over medium heat and fry a spoon-sized patty until no longer pink. Taste and adjust seasoning with soy sauce, five-spice powder and pepper, if necessary.

 

Place a rounded teaspoon of filling in the center of each wonton wrapper. Brush beaten egg around the edges of the wrapper. Lift two opposite corners together to form a triangle and enclose filling, pressing all edges firmly to eliminate air pockets and seal. Place wontons on prepared baking sheet, making sure they don’t touch.

 

In a large pot, bring stock to a simmer over medium heat. Add wontons and simmer until wrappers are tender and filling is cooked through, about 8 minutes.

Ladle stock into heated bowls and top each with 4 wontons. Garnish with the remaining green onions.

 
 

Excerpted from 300 Sensational Soups by Carla Snyder and Meredith Deeds © 2012 Robert Rose Inc. www.robertrose.ca All rights reserved: May not be reprinted without publisher permission.

 

 

BY GL ON 2/7/2013 12:00:00 AM

POSTED IN , , , ,

< PREVIOUS   NEXT >   
comments powered by Disqus
 
You’re at a Halloween party and someone is wearing the same costume as you. What do you do?



 
 
X

6 books to curl up with this season...

 

It'll be one fierce fall when you pick up our six picks from the bold new batch of Fierce Reads. CLICK HERE to check out the titles, score free chapters and more!

 
Posts From Our Friends

sponsored links