- 4,93 per portie a person
- 10 tot 15 pieces
- Wonton or spring roll sheets (you can buy it in an Asian store)
- Mincemeat 300g
- 2 eggs
- 1 leek
- 2 cloves of garlic
- Salt and pepper for extra flavour
- Soy sauce for extra flavour
- Fryer or a big wok
- 2 bowls
- Cutting board with a knife
- Paper tissues
Pangsit Goreng is a delicious Asian snack that you can easily make at home. There are a lot of versions of the recipe so it's possible to add or leave ingriedients out. Give it your own twist!
Let the wonton or spring roll sheets thaw and start cutting the leek and garlic very small. Split an egg and keep the yolk, mix this a little bit and leave it for now. You can put the other egg in a bowl with the leek, garlic and the mincemeat. Mix this all together and add some salt, pepper and soy sauce for extra flavour. Heat the oil from your fryer or wok up to 175 degrees.
The wonton sheets should be thawed by now and you can pull them gently from each other. Lay the sheets on a cleen kitchen counter or use a big plate. Scoop a little bit of the mix with a spoon and put it in the middle of a wonton sheet. Not too much or your mincemeat will not get done. Take the corners of the sheet and glue it with some egg yolk. Leave it for 5 minutes before you fry them so the corners can stick together. Fry the pangsit until they are golden brown (about 3-4 minutes) and then let them leak on some paper tissues.
Serve it with some chili sauce, enjoy!
Variation: If you want to spice it up you can put some chili pepper in the mincemeat mix.
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