Chicken Gow Gees or Wontons

Chicken Gow Gees or Wontons

Posted 2018-09-23 by finyfollow

These were not difficult to make, as the gow gee wrappers do not need cooking.

They were something a bit different, great finger food, hot or cold, good for lunch boxes, and as a main meal.

Preparation Time: 15 minutes
Cooking Time: 15 minutes
Serves: 17 gow gees

Ingredients
200 g chicken breast, minced
1 cup Chinese cabbage, finely shredded
Bit of ginger
1 clove garlic, crushed
1 tbsp soy sauce
2 tsp Mirin
ΒΌ tsp pepper
2 spring onions, sliced thin
1 tbsp coriander, chopped
17 or so gow gee wrappers (Wonton skins)
Chili dipping sauce
2 tbsp rice vinegar
1 red chili, sliced finely

Method
  • Mix the chicken mince, cabbage, ginger, garlic, soy, mirin, pepper, spring onion, and coriander in a bowl.


  • Divide the mixture evenly among the wrappers.

  • Brush the edges of the wrappers to seal.

  • Pinch them to seal the edges - do not worry if they are not totally sealed. You could pleat the edge of the wrappers, if you want them to look nicer, however I did not.


  • Put the gow gees in a bamboo steamer or double boiler which has been lined with baking paper.


  • Cover the steamer and steam for about 8 minutes - you will need to do them in several batches.

  • Meanwhile make the dipping sauce by mixing the two ingredients together.

  • Serve with the sauce. I served them with potatoes.


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    Categories
    #dinner
    #asian
    #gow_gees
    #lunch
    #finger_food
    #hot_or_cold
    #lunch_boxes
    #chicken
    #cabbage


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    229455 - 2023-07-17 10:54:32

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    Family_friendly
    Easy
    Dinner
    Healthy
    Lunch
    Family
    Vegetarian
    Quick
    Dessert
    Simple
    Snack
    Kids
    Vegan
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