Sweet Wonton Wood Stump

  • 3 servings
  • 10 mins
Sweet fried wonton, rolled up wonton wrappers and cut at an angle, which looks like a wood stump

Looking for a fun recipe that you could do for a family activity? Simply roll up our Wonton Wrapper and cut it at an angle! The cut wonton would look like a wood stump, making it fun for kids to look at! You will only need a small amount of oil to get the sweets fried to perfection. Kids can take part by rolling up the wrappers! Enjoy the caramelized sweets with a hint of cinnamon, while having some fun!

In this recipe

Wonton Wrapper, 12 oz (340g), 54 pieces

Wonton Wrapper

Yields
3 servings

Cook Time
10 mins

 

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Ingredients

Wrap

  • 20 pieces Wonton Wrapper
  • Water

Sauce

  • 1/2 cup Vegetable Oil
  • 50 g Brown Sugar
  • 1/4 tsp Cinnamon
  • 1 tsp Honey
  • 3 tbsp Water

Instructions

  • Spread the Wonton Wrapper. Using a brush, lightly brush on water entirely. Add another layer of wrapper on top and continue the step for 5 layers.
  • Starting from the corner, roll up the wrappers and brush on water at the end to keep the wrapper from spreading. Cut at an angle so that the wonton wrapper would be 5 mm (Should resemble a wood stump).
  • Heat small amounts of oil in a pan and add in the wontons from Step 2. Fry both sides so that both sides turn crispy and golden brown. Set aside.
  • On a separate pan, add in the brown sugar, cinnamon, honey, and water. Heat the pan and mix well, until the mixture is caramelized. Once the sugar starts to bubble up, add in the wontons from Step 3 and mix well. Serve on a plate and you are done!