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Cream Cheese Wontons
Makes 16 wontons or 24 small wontons
Diary
Recipe Ingredients:
  • 1 cup Cream cheese
  • 16 Wonton wrappers or 24 Egg roll wrappers
  • Oil (for frying)
  • sweet and sour sauce
  • Need a hechsher: cream cheese, wonton wrappers, egg roll wrappers, oil, sweet and sour sauce
  • Do not mix dairy and meat products. Kosher food and cooking you must separate meat and dairy products and have separate meat and dairy dishes. Side dishes can be either dairy or parve.

note: Processed foods generally require a hechsher / kosher symbol - consult your Rabbi

1. Heat oil in a deep-fat fryer or pour into a deep skillet on high temperature. Vegetable oil or peanut oil works best.

2. While oil is heating, lay out as many wrappers as you plan to use.

  • Have a small bowl of water nearby to wet your fingers in. Put a small dab of cream cheese in one corner of each wrapper, about 1/2 inch from the edges.
  • Use about 2 tsp. for egg roll wrappers or 1 tsp. for wonton wrappers. Using your fingers, wet the two edges nearest the cream cheese, then fold the other half down and seal the edges, making a triangle shape.
  • Seal the edges tightly, but try to leave small gaps at the corners so the triangles will not expand so much that they burst.

3. Drop several wontons into oil at a time. Turn over when the edges start to brown and cook for another minute or two. Set on paper towels to drain, then serve hot with sweet-and-sour sauce.

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Sept 2005 - 2013 - Kosher Recipes - Kosher Cooking - Jewish Cooking - Jewish Recipes - Jewish Foods