Chinese Wontons Recipes – Chinese Food

Chinese Wontons

Chinese Wontons – Chinese Food

Chinese Wontons Recipes


  • 6green onions, finely diced
  • 1tablespoon soy sauce
  • 1teaspoon grated fresh ginger
  • 3carrots, finely diced
  • 1lb ground pork
  • 3stalks celery, finely diced
  • 3chopped garlic cloves
  • 1(12 ounce) package wonton wrappers
  • 1teaspoon sesame oil
  • oil (for deep frying)
  • water
  • your favorite sweet and sour sauce


  1. Combine pork, garlic, ginger, soy sauce, and vegetables in a bowl.
  2. Separate wonton skins.
  3. Place a heaping teaspoon of filling in the center of the wonton.
  4. Brush water on 2 borders of the skin, covering 1/4 inch from the edge.
  5. Fold skin over to form a triangle, sealing edges.
  6. Pinch the two long outside points together.
  7. Heat oil to 450 degrees and fry 4 to 5 at a time until golden.
  8. Drain and serve with sauce.





These appetizers disappear quickly! They are also great dipped in a mixture of soy sauce and Worcestershire sauce.

Reviews – Chinese Wontons Recipes

Review by 1000433

This recipe was great! I used ground turkey and omitted the ginger (i don’t like it). My 13yr old son helped…they turned out great. Very tasty. I will use this again and again. oh, I also added a cup of shredded chopped cabbage. SO YUMMY..thanks!

Review by LuvMyBabies

very easy and very good. family loved it. followed everything to the T except i added some salt. i did however had extra meat left over. so you’d need a little more than 1 package of 12 oz wonton wrappers.

Review by SiouxChef

Great Recipe! Made exactly according to the recipe. Tasted great. If I was to change it, I might add some waterchestnuts finely chopped to just give it a little crunch, or some finely chopped cabbage. It was still a very good product. Thank

Review by dollface65

Excellent to say the least. I used my mini food processor to VERY finely mince the veggies, and it turned out perfect. I had leftover pork mixture, so I fried it up in a skillet and served it in lettuce leaves with sauce #62708 for a fantastic lunch the next day. Almost better than the wontons themselves, and not deep fried. Thanks for a great recipe.

Review by Boca Pat

These were great little packages!!! I added some cayenne, but other than that I followed your recipe exactly as written and they turned out wonderful. I had plans of freezing the leftovers for future use, but DH wants to have them again tomorrow for lunch!!! This was my first time making wontons and I’m so proud….they really turned out good!!!

Review by BirdyBaker

WOW! What an AWESOME recipe! I made this ahead of time and froze it for a New Years Day dinner that I hosted earlier this evening. People went MAD for this. It was by far the most popular dish offered. The only change I made was to about triple the garlic! I popped them in the oven for a bit before serving and poured Lucky Sweet and Sour Sauce (from this site) over them. Everyone kept asking for the recipe and this was the first dish to empty. Takes a bit of work but WORTH IT! Try this recipe!!! Thanks for posting!

Review by * Pamela *

These are so good! They are so much better than the heat and serve frozen appetizers that you can buy. I made the full recipe and it gave me about 55 little bundles. I fried them as directed and then placed the cooled wontons on a cookie sheet and froze them individually before packing them in ziploc bags. Tonight, I took out one bag and popped them into my toaster oven and they were defrosted in no time. I served them with plum sauce and they were a hit. Thanks for showing me a way to impress our Chinese exchange student!

Review by CampingQueenĀ 

Oh My Gosh, this recipe was so awesome, I could’nt belive how delicious they came out,the only change I made was instead of ground pork I used Jimmy Dean ground sausage so good thank you very much Cocoa. Crystal from California

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