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Wonton Wrappers Recipe

I’m not sure where this recipe came from but it works and it tastes great! These can be used in conjunction with the dim sum recipes on this site.

1 Egg
Pinch of salt
500g Plain Flour
100ml of water

1. Mix the flour and salt and make a well in the middle

2. Put the egg  and some of the water in the well and combine, keep adding the water until you have the right consistency (i.e. not sticky).

3. Knead, roll and cut into 7 cm2 squares

Job done!!!

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6 responses to “Wonton Wrappers Recipe”

  1. Jordan Graham says:

    100ml is nowhere near enough water, the dough was far too dry. I’d say it requires closer to 230-240ml.

  2. Phill says:

    Hi Jordan,

    Thanks for the comment, I will try the recipe again to see if it needs more water.

  3. Mac says:

    You need more water if you’re at a higher elevation. Less if you’re below sea level. (I live in the mountains and things always cook much faster.)

  4. I too tried this and found that the dough is dry. I then added more water and then it was fine. Since I am trying my hands newly at cooking, I have a small doubt. After preparing the dough, what should be done? Sorry if it a silly question, but it is a genuine doubt.

  5. Morgan says:

    I have tried this recipe and found that Jordan is very right, 100ML of water was not enough and the dough was too dry so I added 75ML of more water and every thing gone very well.

  6. Sophia says:

    Most Americans don’t boil our water unless there is a water main break, flood or pubilc announcement by the government. Our water supplier is supposed to notify us if our water doesn’t meet EPA or state standards or if there is a waterborne disease emergency. If we know all the contaminants in our water these days, we should take more precaution. Yeah, I agree, purifier + boiling is the best way to go! (I heard boiling alone doesn’t get rid of all the chemicals and metals in tap water)exile

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