Chinese Wonton Recipe – An Amazing Dish That Everyone Will Love

Posted by Tammy on 8th Sep 2014

There is just something about the taste of this Chinese Wonton Recipe that makes people want to gobble up the whole thing. Just seeing these wontons sitting in a charming bamboo boat can bring a smile to anyone who is feasting at your party or restaurant. So go ahead, get your ingredients ready, pull out the bamboo boats and cook up this delicious party dish.

Chinese Wontons and Bamboo Boats – The perfect combination.

Tasty Chinese Wonton Recipe


12 ounces of ground pork

4 scallions – chopped (make sure to chop both the white and green parts of the scallions)

8 ounces of shiitake mushrooms – chopped

About 1/2 inch of fresh ginger – peeled and shredded

1 teaspoon of sesame oil

2 Tablespoon of cilantro – chopped

2 Tablespoons of soy sauce

Fresh ground pepper

2 beaten eggs (use large eggs)

40 wonton wrappers


Lettuce or Napa Cabbage


Dust Baking Sheet with cornstarch. Mix together pork, mushrooms, ginger, scallions, soy sauce, pepper, cilantro and sesame oil.

Using a scoop or spoon, take a small amount of the pork mixture and place it in the center of each wonton, then using a brush (you can also use the tips of your fingers) spread a little egg around the edge of each wonton. Now, fold wonton in half and put on a baking sheet.

Place water in a large saucepan, make sure pan is filled with about 1/4 of the way with water, then line a steamer bucket with lettuce and wontons. Now, put the steamer bucket on a rack so it sits above the water that you placed in the pan. Cover pan and cook dumplings until they are cooked all the way through, this should take about ten minutes.

Now, take wontons out of the steamer and place in a modern serving tray, the best serving tray is a medium bamboo boat. Hope you all enjoy this super tasty treat.