Ah, I've been joked so many times by fellow Bloggers how I "IG story" my cooking sesh! Well, I don't know why but I kinda enjoy doing so! I guess because most of the time, I can't repeat the exact recipe because I'm the type of cook who doesn't measure! I just go by my taste buds so can you imagine how "burned" my tongue is by now? #justjoking
During one of those "Supermarket" session, I bought Wonton Wraps because I've always been meeting to create wonton noodle soup! But as I was thinking about it being an appetizer, I've thought of Wonton Crisps and how it would make my son happy with "something crispy for dinner". But instead of the usual Wonton Crisps (baking wonton wrapper or frying them in batches til golden brown and crisp)
I've decided to create something more filling! This is the chance for me to just grab whatever I have in fridge!
And voila! This is the result!
What you need:
- 1/4 ground pork
- Chopped onions and green bell pepper
- Salt and Pepper to taste
- Tomato Sauce
- Wonton Wraps
- chopped mushrooms
- grated quick-melt cheese
On a separate pan, sprinkle all-purpose flour to protect the pan and line up the wonton wrapper. Add a bit of tomato sauce or pizza sauce by spreading it only at the center.
Add your ground pork mixture and (optional) you may add mushroom slices.
Gently put grated quick-melt cheese on top. This will look prettier if you have a macaroon baking pan so they will look like mini cups! I don't have one on hand so...
I just press both corner of the wonton wrapper together and "seal it" with the use of excess tomato sauce.
Bake at 300 degrees F for a few minutes (10-15min) or unti lgolden brown and crisp.
If dinner is not ready to be served, it is highly recommended to transfer these in a cooling rack to maintain crisp!
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