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Prawn Wontons with Spring Onion, Ginger and Vinegar dressing

When wontons are boiled, not deep-fried, the result is like little soft pillows.
The dressing is inspired by sauces made in the Sichuan province of China – it has a wonderful balance of sweet, sour, salty and spicy, and the coriander, spring onion and ginger fill the sauce with lots of chewy, yummy bits!

Prawn Wontons with Spring Onion, Ginger and Vinegar dressing

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Posted by Kate • 5y ago • Report
I'm allergic to prawns but i'd love to try the recipe- could i substitute the prawns?
Posted by FarmDog • 4y ago • Report
substitute prawn meat with 150g of either pork mince or chicken mince. You can also try mushrooms or cabbage
Posted by FarmDog • 5y ago • Report
I would assume 300g whole prawns is about 9 medium sized prawns
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