Wontons

Who knew

Who knew these little suckers would be so versatile? 

Ravioli.. sure...cheese steak.. why not .. Lobsta rangoon..  sounds good.

 Stuff anything and these bad boys and you got a winner

Quick Ravs

In the time it takes to get your pot if water boiling... you can make some custom ravioli. 

Here is a basic cheese ravioli


This recipe makes 24 ravioli at 1sp each

I used Nasoya wonton wrappers 

filling

1/2 cup part skim ricotta cheese

tsp of salt pepper 

1 tbsp grated romano cheese 

1 egg

mix together 

1/2 tbsp of filling in each


assemble according to direction on back of wonton package. 

drop in boiling salted water for no longer than 12 seconds

these babys cook super fast


Cheese steak wontons

Cheese steak Wontons

2 Weight Watchers smart points each


7 ounces lean thin cut chopped steak


2 slices of american cheese

I seasoned the steak and cooked it in the pan like I was making a reg old cheese steak and added the cheese at the end while cooking.

I filled 28 wrappers with 1/2 tbsp of cheese  steak filling in each and baked 350 for 12 min


I serve them with Trader Joes Sriracha Ranch dressing to dip

You say Lobster - I say Lobsta

Lobsta Rangoon

There is this place in Boston called The Red Lantern that makes a badass lobster rangoon... these were pretty close


I used Trader Joes langostino and Nasoya wonton wrapers ( you can use crab, lobster, shrimp whatever floats your boat)

1/2 cup of part skim ricotta mixed with salt, pepper, garlic and onion powder to taste. (this ammount yields 16 servings) you could sub cream cheese but I dont know the  smart point numbers because I didnt use it


1/2tbsp of mixture and 1 langostino per wonton. 

pop in the oven 350 for 10 to 12 min 1 Weight Watcher smart point  each