The chicken wonton recipe that I’m sharing here is quite versatile. I mean, you can boil the wontons to cook and have them in clear chicken soup. Or, you can deep fry them and enjoy them as crispy snacks.
Whichever way you want to eat them, I promise you will find it easy and quick to make them.
If I may suggest, try to make these chicken wontons in bulk and freeze them. Because they’ll become handy for when you want some light lunch or snacks on busy days.
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The recipe is based on the popular pangsit ayam from Indonesia. Most Indonesians will enjoy the wontons to go with chicken noodles in soup called bakmi ayam. But many like to enjoy them with just clear soup.
In this post, I’m sharing with you the one with clear soup.
Another suggestion is you can enjoy the wonton with nice chili sauce. If it’s up to me, I’d say you should find Indonesian chili sauce. But if there’s no place that sells them around your area (I have to go to Chinatown myself to get Indonesian condiments), you can have it with Thai sriracha sauce. Just make sure it’s a good sriracha sauce. Because I find that not all of them have a nice taste. So when you find the one that you like, stick to that brand. Take a picture of the bottle for you to check next time you go shopping again.
If you enjoyed the recipe, feel free to share it and pin it. And please don’t forget to check my other recipes that you’ll equally love.
- The best Indonesian sweet soy chicken/ ayam kecap manis.
- Indonesian sweetcorn fritters/ perkedel jagung.
- Indonesian mung bean fritters/ perkedel kacang hijau.
- Indonesian vegetable curry from Jakarta/ lontong sayur Betawi.
- Indonesian salad with peanut sauce/ gado-gado Jakarta.