Thursday, June 4, 2009

Vegetarian Sui Kow (Fried Wanton) Recipe

Sui Kow is a great finger food for parties. It is rather easy to prepare and the taste normally suits most people taste buds! Well, I tried to make vegetarian version of sui kow (fried wontan) over the weekend and the taste turned out to be as good as the ones that use meat or prawns.

Water Chestnuts, 5 pcs, remove skin and chopped finely
Onions, 1 pc, chopped finely
Corn Flour, 5 teaspoons
Sesame oil, 1 teaspoon
Salt to taste

Wantan skins for wrapping, 50 pcs
Mix the water chestnuts, onions, corn flour, sesame oil and salt in a bowl. Take a wanton skin and add in about ½ teaspoon of the mixed ingredients and then fold the skins into a triangular shape. Deep fry the wanton in hot oil until golden brown. Served while it is hot and crispy! .


reanaclaire said...

hi Pete... seeing yr sui kau reminds me of my mum's she is older, she never cooks much anymore.. i think it is my turn to cook for her? perhaps with yr recipe... see which is nicer.. haha...

Cynthia said...

Hi.. I blog hop from Claire to yours and its delighting :)

I hope you don't mind me using your recipe to cook for my mummy as she will be going on vegetarian soon.. just to "hao geng" her la.. :) She will be really delighted that she can still enjoys her food without meat... ;)

Pete said...

Claire : Very likely your mom's recipe would be better....more experience in cooking. Anyway, happy cooking, and let me know the result. Cheers!

Cynthia : Thks for visiting. I would be happy and honoured if you use this recipe to cook for your mom. Hope she likes it.

veggievixen said...

wow, i have never made something like this. they look really delicious, especially with some fantastic dipping sauce. i have only recently discovered fresh water chestnuts at the local korean market and they are amazing!

miss v said...

i love water chestnuts! that sounds good!


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