EASY Wontons...

Thursday, January 12, 2012

On New Year's Day I made for the first time a 
Pork Loin and it was DELICIOUS.

But what to do with the leftovers?
Because as much as we enjoyed eating the pork, we had leftovers.
So I turned the leftovers into a yummy and FUN treat.

EASY Won Tons...

And YES they were so EASY!

Ingredients:

Coleslaw Mix (I used about 1 cup)
Leftover Pork (I used about 3/4 cup)
Teriyaki Sauce or Soy Sauce
Won Ton Wrappers


Begin by heating up 1 TBSP butter in a pan.
Add the coleslaw and saute for a few minutes until softened...


Add the pork and teriyaki sauce to heat through and combine
with the coleslaw mix...


Lay out your won ton wrappers and put about
1 TBSP of the pork and coleslaw mixture on one
side of the won ton wrapper...


Spread some water around the edges of the won ton.
THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT...


Fold the won ton over and press to seal all the edges...


I had a tray ready to go in just a few minutes...


In a heavy saucepan, heat up some oil and start cooking your won tons..


Cook until both sides are golden brown; just a few minutes.
Remove from the frying pan and drain on a tray that is layered
with paper towels...


Serve with some hot mustard or soy sauce...


Doesn't that look DELICIOUS...


I could not believe how EASY putting these won tons together were.
And how DELICIOUS they were as well!  

I wanted to thank you all for the WONDERFUL comments left on my blog.
Blogging Friends are the BEST!





Enjoy Your Day!




25 comments :

  1. You make it look so easy and delicious. We always have left over pork. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. these sound just wonderful...and they actually do look pretty easy, a must for me, haha....you could probably do this with chicken too huh? Have a wonderful day Lois! HUGS

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  3. YUM! I would love to come to dinner at your place, but since I don't have an invite, and I may live too far, lol, I am your latest follower. I love to cook, and what I am seeing over here looks wonderful. Thanks for coming by my place so that I could find you. Going to explore some more of your recipes :)

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  4. I made biscuits for breakfast, but I must not have been paying attention--they were dry and hard, good only for putting sausage gravy on, so all was not lost.

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  5. Lois,
    This looks good! I'd like to try this. Pat

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  6. Thank you so much... My Hubs loves won tons. I will have to make this.

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  7. What a unique way to use the pork leftovers! Thanks!

    I won't tell my doggie and cat that you are having green beans for dinner!!!!!!

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  8. Hi Lois! Oh, how I love wontons...and these sound so DE-LISH! Hey...I'm now following you on Pinterest...would love for you to do the same! Such FUN!!!

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  9. You do make it look so easy and delicious!

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  10. I make those for my family and they love them. I joined your blog. I love to find new blogs and I really enjoyed yours, you are under my favorties.

    I have a blog and I am doing a giveaway for 2 lucky winners.
    If you go down a few posts you will see what I posted but there are going to be so more goodies that the lucky winners don't know about I just wrote, things from my
    shop and Hubby, my husband even thought it was a great idea. It will be a few things that you will be able to keep up all year.
    All you have to do is join and leave a comment,that 's it!

    I can't wait for your next post.
    have a wonderful night.
    Prim Blessings,

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  11. Looks delicious. I made cream cheese won tons once. This looks pretty easy, I might just have to try it.

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  12. They look wonderful and so do your nails:-) reminds me to get a mani and pedi while I pick up Chinese food tomorrow. I flipped back a few posts and I can not believe Olivia is in college. Seems like just yesterday I came to your blog and the kids were younger. Wish I was getting younger. Have a fun filled weekend.
    Joyce

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  13. That looks so good!!!

    Carmen and the Primcats

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  14. Hope you and Olivia are doing well with this absentee adjustment....You make everything look so easy Lois, not to mention delicious. Thanks for sharing.. I am enjoying your recipes.
    Hugs,
    Sue

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  15. Oh my goodness~ these pictures are making me hungry and it's 10:30 at night! Everything looks SO delicious... we love making leftovers into something new too, so I may have to try this!

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  16. Those look good! And you make all these yummy recipes look so easy. I'm into quick and easy these days.

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  17. Thank you sharing this as I love things quick and simple. they sure do look yummy.
    Hugs

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  18. What a wonderful way to use your left over meat and they look so yummy!

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  19. Hi Lois,
    These are great little appetizer's that we will really enjoy. I am very happy to have this recipe! Thank you so much for sharing with our 1st Anniversary Party at Full Plate Thursday. Have a great week end and come back soon!
    Miz Helen

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  20. Okay it does looks delicious - but a little complicated for me! Yummy! sandie

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  21. Oh these do look simple and delicious! I am making a few of your recipes this week! I'm so excited!!

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