3 Easy Steps: Chicken Wontons

Chicken Wontons. The greatest and simplest fried chicken wonton recipe ever is here. In just 20 minutes, you can have this crispy, delicious, and easy-to-make dish at home.

Wontons are like meatballs wrapped in wheat-based wrapping and are usually served as a snack.

This food is truly delectable. Plus, there are numerous ways to prepare wontons, too!

Wonton Filling

Ground pork (the most common), chicken, turkey, veggies, shrimp, shellfish, or mixtures are all possibilities for the filling.

They are stuffed with ground chicken and shrimp, then deep-fried to golden perfection. The flavors are bursting at the seams with each bite. If you like, you can eat them as is or with a dip.

If you are into sauces, you can try the sweet and sour sauce, plum sauce, or duck sauce, as they are all typical accompaniments to wontons.

I usually serve this dish with a Thai sweet chili sauce because it goes so well with the chicken wontons. Having eaten one, it is impossible to stop until the entire batch has been consumed, so prepare a large quantity since they will vanish in no time!

When it comes to wontons, deep-frying is the only way to get the best results. In total, this chicken wonton dish takes less than 20 minutes to put together, including the time it takes to wrap the wontons.

Cooking these chicken wontons in a wok, pan, or deep fryer will be a huge hit.

Each serving of this recipe has only 155 calories.


  • 200 g of ground chicken
  • 100 g of chopped shrimp
  • 12 pieces of wonton wrappers
  • 3 dashes of ground white pepper
  • 1 dash of fish sauce
  • 1 stalk of scallion chopped into rings
  • ½ teaspoon of corn starch
  • ½ teaspoon of sesame oil
  • ¼ teaspoon of salt
  • Oil
  • Water for sealing


  • 3 tablespoons of Thai sweet chili sauce
  • 1 tablespoon of chopped cilantro leaves
  • 2 teaspoons of lime juice
  • 1 pinch of white sesame seed


  1. Ground chicken, shrimp, scallions, and cornstarch should be thoroughly mixed together in a bowl before serving. Sea salt, fish sauce, sesame oil, and freshly ground white pepper should all be added at this point. Mix thoroughly before serving. Set aside.
  2. Place the wonton wrapper on top of your palm and use that to wrap the wontons. The center of the wrapper should contain around a half-teaspoon of the filling. Trace the edges of the wonton wrapper with your index finger after dipping it in water. The wonton wrapper should be folded and pounded tightly so that the wonton is wholly contained and there is no hole at the top of the wonton.
  3. Deep fry the wontons in a wok or frying pan until they’re golden brown. Add sweet chili sauce if desired, although it’s also good as is.
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