Pork Won Ton in calla shape
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Pork Won Ton in calla shape

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Serves 1 - 20 Pieces

another fun way to make won ton(pian-sit), which both tastes and looks wonderfully

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Ingredients

  • For the filling:
  • 100g, pork mince
  • 2 tbsp dried shallot flakes
  • Salt and white pepper powder
  • For calla-shaped won ton
  • 20 pieces of (square) won ton pastry
  • 20 sticks of asparagus, washed and trimmed
  • For dipping sauce (optional)
  • 2-3 thin slices of ginger, shredded
  • 1 tbsp white wine vinegar
  • 1 tsp sesame oil
  • 1-2 tbsp soy sauce

Method

    1. Mix the filling: put pork mince and dried shallot flakes in a bowl and mix them well and then season the filling with salt and white pepper powder.
    2. Make the calla: (the most difficult part of the dish) a. Take one piece of square won ton pastry; spread the filling flat on the pastry b. Fold the pastry in a triangle shape; place the tip of the triangle upright and place the head of the asparagus spear in the centre of the triangle won ton. c. Fold the left side to the right and then fold the right side to the left, wrapping around the asparagus stalk; fix the peaks on the back side (if needed, use some water to glue the pastry)
    3. Mix the dipping sauce: simply put ingredients all together and mix well.
    4. Put the calla won ton in a pot of boiling water and with medium heat cook for around 3 minutes or less. (don’t over cook them, the pastry softens very quickly)
    5. Place the won ton (pian sit, in Taiwanese) on a plate and serve with dipping sauce

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