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Recipe Name: Green Onion Wonton Strips Submitted by: Administrator
Source: Source Description:
Ethnicity: Last Modified: 2/23/2014
Base: Appetizers Comments:
Preparation Time:
Number of Servings: 6

1 1/2 Cup(s) Unbleached white flour
3 Scallion, finely minced
1/2 Teaspoon(s) Salt
1/2 Cup(s) Water
Flour for rolling dough
Vegetable oil or spray to
coat pan
Chinese sesame oil, optional
Place the flour, scallions, and salt in a medium-sized bowl. Add
thewater and stir until fairly well combined.Transfer the dough to a
clean, floured surface, and knead for a fewminutes, adding additional
flour, as needed, to keep it from sticking.Divide the dough into 6
equal balls, and roll each one into a very thincircle, about 7 inches
in diameter. Use plenty of flour, both on therolling surface and the
rolling pin. stack the pancakes on a plate,sprinkling extra flour in
between to keep them separate.Heat a heavy skillet over medium heat,
and brush it lightly withvegetable oil. Saute each pancake for 5
minutes on each side, then brushthe top surface with Chinese sesame
oil. (Saute them longer if you likethem crisper.)Cut the pancakes into
strips or wedges. Cool at least 10 minutes beforeserving.Yield: About
90 bite-sized pieces.NOTE: You can easily make the dough in a food
processor. It will onlytake a few seconds.Per serving: 117 Calories;
less than one gram Fat (3% calories fromfat); 3g Protein; 25g
Carbohydrate; 0mg Cholesterol; 180mg Sodium FoodExchanges: 1 1/2
Starch/BreadNOTES : "Think of these as Chinese-style crackers. They go
beautifullywith just about any soup or salad, and are also a lovely
appetizer,served plain or with a dip or sauce. This recipe scores big
withchildren, who'll also love to help make the dough." [M. Katzen]
Molliealso says that these will keep up to a week in a covered
container,but don't count on there being any left that long... Recipe
by:Vegetable Heaven, Mollie KatzenPosted to Digest eat-lf.v097.n002 by
"Ellen C." <> onJan 2, 1998

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