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bergy dim sum 2 pork prawn wraps

Desciption

these are so handy to have in the freezer either to serve as an appetizer or as part of a dim sum brunch. for baking these appetizer i prefer to use spring roll wrap - it has a lighter texture than the won ton wrap.

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Steps

  1. Oil for deep frying
  2. In a bowl combine all the ingredients
  3. Mix well
  4. Place a teaspoon of this mixture in the centre of each wrap
  5. Bring the sides of the wrap up toward the centre
  6. Pleating edges together around the filling
  7. You may now freeze them or you may proceed to cook them
  8. When you wish to serve them place frozen wraps in a 375f for about 15-20 min or until cooked completely and golden brown
  9. There are two ways to do this: heat oven to 400f degrees
  10. Place parcels on a lightly greased cookie sheet and bake for about 10-15 minutes turning once
  11. Or until golden and the filling is fully cooked
  12. Or deep fry the filled wraps
  13. However if you choose to deep fry this must be done before you freeze them
  14. When ready to serve put them frozen in a 375f oven for about 15 min or until heated through
  15. Drain well on paper towel
  16. Serve with either a sweet chili sauce or a sweet and sour sauce as a dip

Step 11

Total Time in Minute 45

Ingredients Count 9

cooking bergy dim sum  2  pork   prawn wraps

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Ingredients

Ground pork

Shrimp

Cabbage

Egg

Cornstarch

Shallots

Soy sauce

Sesame oil

Wonton wrappers

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