1 Recipe 2 Dishes: Vegan Wonton (Tofu Series) | Faith Su Han | Skillshare

1 Recipe 2 Dishes: Vegan Wonton (Tofu Series)

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6 Lessons (19m)
    • 1. Vegan Wonton Intro

      1:10
    • 2. Lesson 1: What you will need to prepare?

      6:34
    • 3. Lesson 2: Wonton Wrapping

      3:41
    • 4. Recipe 1: Fried Wonton

      1:54
    • 5. Recipe 2: Wantan Soup

      4:45
    • 6. Final Lesson: Ideas Sharing

      1:20

About This Class

Hi fellow students of Asian Cooking, this April I will be starting a new series, and I will mainly focusing on 1 ingredient - TOFU!

Throughout this whole month, all the tofu recipe is specifically vegan-friendly. I will be sharing how you can make use of tofu as an ingredient to make a fabulous, appetizing Asian dish. Follow me if you wish to learn more of this, I will be taking you to a whole new journey of Tofu series recipes.

Today class I will be sharing with you a quick and easy recipe- Wonton!!  This dish is a staple Chinese dish, you can easily spot it anywhere in Hong Kong, Malaysia, and China. 

In this class, I will be sharing 1 recipe but with 2 different dishes.

1) Fried Wonton

A favorite appetizer and snack at any time. Everyone loves them because they are so crispy and savory. You can dip it into chili sauces, mayo or just plain on its own. (This is my favorite too.)

2)Wonton Soup

The delicious vegan wonton soup is hearty and comforting. It's simple and inexpensive to make, you can either served with a bowl of rice, or the common way is with noodle or even on its own, it makes a terrific light and healthy meal.

Important Tips Before You Start

  • While most wonton wrappers contain egg, it is possible to find egg-free wrappers, just read the label carefully. Alternatively, you could make the wrappers yourself, just check out my class to find out.
  • Overall this is a very quick and easy recipe, however, the most time-consuming part is folding the wontons, but once you get the hang of it, it’s quick and easy. If you’d like, you could even fold the wontons ahead of time (up to several days) and store them in the freezer until you are ready to use them. 
  • Some important tips concerning the vegan filling you might want to take note is that the vegan filling cannot be the same sticky as the meat filling and it is much easier to collapse, so we need to be careful with the treatment of the filling, the way of folding the wontons and make sure the filling ingredient is not too wet. If you do not want your wonton easily fall apart make sure you get the extra firm and pressed tofu. 

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