My 11 year old daughter wanted me to make this for her. It ended up being way too much work for the outcome. Be sure to plan ahead as they really take a long time to prep, etc. I also found these way too salty and greasy. My daughter ate a couple and then said she was full. (She didn't want to hurt my feelings). If I ever attempt this again I will definitely steam them instead. I would also chop up all the shrimp, season them, stuff the wonton, and steam them. Use a different dipping sauce too as this one is way way too salty.
Crunchy Shrimp Wontons with Green-Onion Dipping Sauce
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donnaweave Posted: 10/27/09
raechiechelchen Posted: 07/01/11
I made these a couple times now, and I loved them! They're really yummy. I added a little twist of my own by not using the sauce, and just cooking them in a pan as so they wouldn't being as greasy. But I love these, and so does my family.
Amber60 Posted: 02/27/13
I have been making these for years and they are always a hit. My marinade is simpler, salt ginger, garlic, pepper, sesame oil, soy sauce, scallion. Don't make marinade to liquid, just moist around shrimp, no need to pat dry. Wrap shrimp and fry...delicious. I don't know what went wrong with donnaweave's dish.