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California Soul Food Cooking Class: Lemon Pepper Wings & Homemade Dipping Sauce
Cooking: Fried Wonton
In this class, learners combine fresh ingredients to create a savory filling, learn 2 styles of folding wonton wrappers, fry wonton and create two dipping sauces. I am excited to share this family recipe and new year's tradition with you!
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In this interactive class, students will follow along step by step as we make crispy wonton. Students together with their classmates will: 1) Combine tasty ingredients for a wonton filling 2) Learn styles of folding won ton pi (flour wrapper) 3) What how to fry Won Ton until crispy (Watch adult) 4) Learn how to create two crispy won ton dipping sauces 5) Learn how our family uses this recipe to create special traditions in our home. They will learn different ways this wonton can be...
Crispy Wonton is a family tradition in our home, made every New Year. As a family, we also make this dish for special occasions and celebrations. I have experience teaching children, teens, and adults how to make this dish. This is a fantastic class to take with friends or family. This class can take anywhere from 60-70 minutes depending on class size and speed of filling and folding wonton.
A complete list of ingredients will be available upon registration 3 packages of Square Wonton Wrapper: there are usually about 18 in each package. This recipe will make about 40 fried wontons. (Wonton wrappers can be found in the refrigerated section of most Asian grocery stores and in the grocery sections of some Target, Whole Foods, or Walmart. Please call the store in advance.) If purchased frozen, please thaw 12-24 in the refrigerator prior to class. ***1 pound ground pork (You may substitute with another protein source eg, ground Turkey or firm Tofu) 2-3 clove fresh garlic grated Sesame oil Oyster Sauce Soy Sauce Cilantro Green onion 1 egg 1 teaspoon fresh grated ginger (optional) 4-5 green onion (optional) cooking oil Stovetop **Pot, deep frying pan, or skillet (that can hold 4-6 cups of oil to fry wonton) Deep-fry/Candy Thermometer is very helpful to monitor frying temperature (Optional) Counter space to mix and assemble Wonton **Deep frying is ideal and leads to an evenly browned, crisp Wonton, however, pan-frying may be used as well with 1-2 cups oil.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Parents are advised: A hot stove and hot oil will be used to fry wonton. Safety is paramount, frying in hot oil should be done during class off-screen by an adult.
20 yrs Teaching Experience: Public, Private & Homeschool
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
518 total reviews
431 completed classes
Thank you for taking the time to get to know me! I was born, raised, and still reside on our beautiful island of Oahu in Hawaii. I have over 20 years of experience teaching children via homeschooling four children, homeschool Co-ops at my home,...