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Italian Sausage Wontons

A while ago I received an email from Nasoya asking me to make a little video for them to use on their website. I was really excited and asked my friend Radha for help. She came over on one Sunday and taped me: it only took 3 tries! So far, I've been having difficulties getting Nasoya to put my video on their site, but you can see it here (or scroll to the bottom of the post!).

And now, the recipe: Italian Sausage Wontons

1 pound Italian Sausage
1/2 green pepper, finely diced
1/4 red onion, finely diced
2/3 cups shredded Parmesan cheese
Nasoya wonton wrappers
Tomato sauce

1. Combine Italian sausage with green peppers, red onion and Parmesan. Since the Italian sausage already has enough spices, there is no need to add more.
2. Using a biscuit cutter, cut circle shapes from rectangular-shaped wrappers.
3. Add about a teaspoon of the mixture to each wrapper, "paint" the edge of the wrapper with water, fold it in half and make little pleats.
4. Once all the wontons are done, heat oil in a pan, add the wontons in one layer and brown for about 4 minutes.
5. VERY CAREFULLY add about 1/3 cup water into a pan, quickly cover it, lower the heat and steam for 5 minutes.
6. Test one wonton to make sure the filling is cooked.
7. Serve the Italian Sausage Wontons with tomato sauce and extra Parmesan cheese.

This was a very easy recipe to make and quite filling!


Dewi said...

East meet west. Sounds perfect to me. Love the red sauceOlga.

BlueToYou said...

wow, how cool that they wanted you to make a video! you should be on tv darling!

Anonymous said...

You are so cute :), what kind of accent do you have daaaaahling? Its charming.
You did a beautiful job with shaping the wontons.

Angie's Recipes said...

So cute! They must have tasted wonderful too!

Gera@SweetsFoodsBlog said...

Beautiful recipe and drooling with your wontons! You're on, technology technology!

Happy Holidays Olga :)



Sasha said...

Ah you're such a cutie! Your accent is adorable : )

Anonymous said...

Great video and love the idea of the sausage filling! I've got some of those wrappers right now, they make a great lunch or snack!

Simones Kitchen said...

O how fun to see you in real live action Olga!! Love the video... you look very professional in it.. :) And you make the pleating look so easy! Why do I always struggle with it??

The Duo Dishes said...

Nice fusion. Very uniquely done and delicious of course.

mary said...

Olga, this is great! I love it.

Jhonny walker said...

what an unique concept! I love this marriage between Italian and chinese. It is just super nifty and looks great! I bet it tasted awesome :)

Esi said...

Great recipe and I LOVE the video :)

Lauren said...

I love your video! You're great =D. The wontons sound great as well!

Delicious Dishings said...

Those look awesome. I am bookmarking this one. I already have some potsticker pleating experience, so these should be pretty easy for me... maybe I'll add them to my New Year's Eve appetizer list!