Wonton with Stroopwafels
Like to try something new? This recipe will take you straight to the Chinese culture and taste sensation. Wonton is made of dough and is usually encounter in soup in the Chinese cuisine. But they are also delicious for deep frying! In our recipe, we fill the wonton sheets with savory and sweet ingredients, which creates a unique flavour.
Who would have ever thought to find a typical Dutch product in a Chinese delicacy? Got curious? Get to work with our recipe for delicious wontons. Easy to make and perfect to serve with some drinks.
- Cut the Stroopwafels into quarters.
- Put a dollop of ricotta in the middle of a wonton sheet, place a piece of Stroopwafel on top and 'glue' the edges together using a little bit of water by folding the corners towards the middle and pressing firmly.
- Heat the oil in a deep-frying pan at 180°C. Place the wonton wraps in the oil and deep-fry for 1-2 minutes until golden brown and crispy. Drain on a sheet of kitchen paper and sprinkle with icing sugar.
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