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Thank you so much. It worked really well! I did ex...

2009-02-09T08:35:00.000-08:00

Thank you so much. It worked really well! I did exactly as you suggested and used vegetable oil for the extra oil.



Hi T,I'm so happy you have been using this recipe....

2009-02-04T22:18:00.000-08:00

Hi T,
I'm so happy you have been using this recipe. Wonton are actually quite healthy...you get a pretty good dose of dark green veggies with the bok choy! By all means, substitute with ground turkey. I would probably keep the cornstarch because it acts like a tenderizer and also holds the mixture together. I agree with the extra sesame oil...or if you find that too strong, just add some extra plain veggie oil. It should be tasty! cheers!



Hi, Thanks for posting this recipe. I have used it...

2009-02-04T09:48:00.000-08:00

Hi, Thanks for posting this recipe. I have used it to make wontons and steamed potstickers every week since reading it. I do have a question for you (and I hope you don't mind). I have a friend who is coming over for dinner who does not eat pork and I plan to substitute ground turkey. Having less fat I thought I'd double the sesame oil and omit the cornstarch? Does that make sense? Or do you have a better idea? Thanks! T



J,No, the quest is never-ending! :P

2008-10-25T13:50:00.000-07:00

J,
No, the quest is never-ending! :P



Looks yummy! Does the ultimate quest for the perf...

2008-10-25T03:50:00.000-07:00

Looks yummy! Does the ultimate quest for the perfect bowl of won ton end here?



This is my boyfriends all time favourite meal, i c...

2008-07-04T22:20:00.000-07:00

This is my boyfriends all time favourite meal, i cant wait to try this recipe on him. i wish you lived in sydney!