Happy Holidays to you and yours!
Thanksgiving can be stressful. Trying to finalize what will be on your holiday menu that will cater to all your guest makes it even more stressful! Lucky for you though, we want to help! Every week of the holiday season we will be sharing our favorite holiday recipes. Some will be traditional and some will be nontraditional, like today’s recipe!
If you were in attendance at our private sale, you were able to taste these delicious Japanese Shrimp Dumplings. Our Chef, Valerie Rose, shared her super easy recipe in making these delicious shrimp dumplings. We are very excited to share this recipe with you today! Please view our recipe down below and if you recreate it please send us a photo to firstname.lastname@example.org!
What You Need:
1 bag of 16-20 already cooked frozen shrimp
1 bunch of green onion
1/3 cup of white onion
1/3 cup of cabbage
1/3 cup of carrot
1/3 cup of diced green and red pepper
2 cloves of garlic
1/4 cup of white wine
1/4 cup of soy sauce (add to taste)
Pinch of salt and pepper
Pinch of sugar
1 box of regular wheat wonton wrappers
Put the shrimp in a colander and run under hot water for a minute. Then, chop up the shrimp into small pieces. In a food processor, add the shrimp, green onions, garlic, onion, cabbage, carrot, peppers, white wine, soy sauce, salt, pepper, and sugar. Chop together in a pulse. Once all is combined, strain the excess liquid.
Lay out the wonton wrappers down on parchment paper. Stuff them with a tiny amount of filling, meet the corners together to form the shape of a triangle and make a little hat point on each side.
Fry in corn or vegetable oil until brown on both sides.
Makes 20-28 wontons. Serve with soy sauce with a drop of sesame oil and green onion.