Use a food processor to shred cabbage and carrots. Combine with 1 tsp. Chinese five spice.
All Natural Wonton Wrappers (20 per pack)
Add 2 Tbsp. of cabbage filling in the center of each wrapper.
Fold 2 corners into center and brush with egg or egg white.
Fold up like an envelope, brush with egg again, then roll up
Egg rolls (aka cabbage dumplings)
Bring pot of water to soft boil and gently place egg rolls into water.
Cook till egg rolls are transluscent, then drain and pat dry.
Pan fry in 1 tsp. of garlic wok oil and 1 Tbsp. rice wine (mine didn't stay together the greatest, so I'll keep working on this, but they tasted great!)
Cabbage Dumplings (I did 12 of these and 4 each of the next two options)
Option 2: fill wonton wrappers with 1 Tbsp. fat free ricotta and 1 tsp. fig jam. Option 3: 1 Tbsp. of favorite jelly or jam. For both: brush with egg and twist top to close. Bake for 15 minutes at 350F.
Fig Jam Wontons and Ricotta Fig Wontons
Served with Pork Medallions (prepared in 1 tsp. garlic wok oil, 1 Tbsp. rice wine, and sprinkled with salt and pepper)
Side of Fresh Fruit and Hot Tea Service
Jordan said his mommy taught him to cross his eyes during the song "If You're Happy and You Know It..."
Micah making silly faces
My Twin Sis and Her Hubby - Shel & Alan