Thursday, January 12, 2017

Sichuan Red Oil Wonton/Vegetarian Wonton in Chilly Oil

Sichuan style of foods calls for spiciness, my today's post goes for an incredible dish which calls for wontons. I have been posting fantastic dishes under a super interesting theme for this week's blogging marathon, yes my theme for this week is Chinese foods you can make at home. After some deep fried Chinese bread sticks and a lipsmacking popular Kung Pao stir fry with tofu, am here today with an another interesting dish. Yes my today's dish calls for wontons, these chinese dumplings are very much known around the world, especially the wonton soup and fried wontons. The wonton soups in Sichuan cuisine is very much different from the Shanghai version or Cantonese version. If you get a chance to visit small street food stalls in Sichuan region of China, you will definitely find this super spicy Red oil wontons and Red oil dumplings.

Szechuan Red Oil Wonton Soup

Sichuan cuisine is also popular for their red chilli oil, black vinegar,soya sauce and sesame seeds. Coming to red chilli oil, though this oil can be prepared easily at home, i picked mine from the Chinese store as am living in Chinatown. I prepared wontons by myself at home though the wonton wrappers are from store as well. However this Red oil wontons are prepared easily with a simple dressing, but i couldnt resist to add some mixed cooked vegetables as i want to have a super filling dinner in a healthy way. Though this recipe calls for a bit long preparing process, trust me this dish will definitely please your tastebuds and keep you warm while the weather is down outside.


Spicy Vegetarian Wontons, Red oil Wontons

Recipe Source: China Sichuan Food

Vegetarian Wontons:
30 Storebought wonton wrappers
1/4cup Bamboo shoots (canned & chopped)
1/4cup Chopped mushrooms
1 Carrot (grated)
2 Green onions (thinly sliced)
3Garlic cloves (chopped)
1/2cup Chinese cabbage (shredded)
1tbsp Soya sauce
1tsp Oil

Heat oil in a pan, add in the chopped garlic, thinly sliced green onions and saute for a while.

Add in the carrot, mushrooms, cook for a while, finally add the shredded chinese cabbage until they shrinks a bit, put off the stove.

Now finally add the bamboo shoots, add in the soya sauce, mix well, keep aside.

Take a wrapper, spoon enough vegetable mixture and fold it to make a rectangle. Check this wonton post to see how to fold the wontons.

Dab water on the left corner,push the middle inside and bring the right corner to the left corner,seal it tightly.


Red Oil Sauce:
3tbsp Store bought red chilli oil
1tbsp Sesame oil
1/2tsp Packed brown sugar
2tbsp Light Soya sauce
2 Garlic cloves (chopped finely)
1cup Mixed vegetables
2tbsp Black vinegar
Wonton cooked water (asper need)
Coriander leaves (for garnishing)

Cook the prepared wontons, mixed vegetables in a boiling water, meanwhile mix all the ingredients given under the red oil sauce except the wonton cooked water in a bowl.

Once the wontons starts floating remove them and transfer it to a bowl. Let the vegetables gets cooks.

Now pour wonton cooked water to the bowl, add in the already prepared red oil sauce to the bowl, add in the wontons.

Garnish the wontons with minced coriander leaves.

Serve warm.
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11 comments:

Usha said... Reply To This Comment

Loved all your Chinese recipes and wontons in sichuan oil looks very good. Wontons soaked in chilly oil must have tasted great.

Gayathri Kumar said... Reply To This Comment

Very interesting procedure. The soup with wontons and the veggies look absolutely delicious..

Faseela Noushad said... Reply To This Comment

looks yum....

Srivalli said... Reply To This Comment

So colourful and interesting to read Priya..the way you cook this cuisine makes it sound so simple!

The Happie Friends Potpourricorner said... Reply To This Comment

Awesome bowl full of goodness!!

Smruti Shah said... Reply To This Comment

Awesome recipe Priya!! The wontons look perfect for the cold season. Lovely :)

Sapana Behl said... Reply To This Comment

The wontons looks delicious in the chilly oil sauce.

Harini-Jaya R said... Reply To This Comment

Looks so fiery and yumm.

Kalyani said... Reply To This Comment

perfect for the cold weather ! yummmmm

Sandhya Ramakrishnan said... Reply To This Comment

Oh wow! Love the wontons in the recipe. I am craving to eat some now :)

Pavani N said... Reply To This Comment

That is a yummy looking soup Priya. So many vegetables, looks so delicious.