Vegan Spicy Baked Cream Cheese Wontons

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    Filled with Tofutti vegan cream cheese, jalapeno, white pepper, scallions and garlic. Served with sweet chili sauce.

    Recipe:

    Ingredients:

    -1 packageTwin Marquis or Any (Vegan if necessary) premade Wonton sheets
    -Tofutti cream cheese (I used 2 containers)
    -White peppercorns and a mill (or black pepper in a pinch will do!)
    -1 Jalapeno (chopped)
    -2 Cloves of Garlic (minced)
    -2 or 3 Scallions (green and white parts chopped)
    -Salt (optional)

    Mix "cheese," jalapeno, garlic and scallions together well. Add salt and pepper to taste. Take 1 teaspoon of the mixture and add to each wonton wrapper that you fill. Wet your finger and dampen the 4 sides of the wonton square. Fold 2 opposing corners and seal sides with your finger to create a triangle. The water will act as a glue. If you care to, fold the other 2 opposing corners to create a more intricate wonton, sealing corners with a damp finger.

    Preheat oven to 400˚ F - Lay wontons onto a greased cookie sheet. Brush or spray the wontons with olive oil or olive oil spray. Pop in oven for 7 minutes. Turn on broiler and set pan under broiler until desired crispness is achieved. Use your nose to make sure the bottoms do not burn. Take out when golden brown at the edges.

    Serve warm with sweet chili sauce. (Can be purchased at most supermarkets in the ethnic foods aisle or at your local Asian market - support family owned markets if possible!)

    cooltrudy, djsiberia, danceofthebones, and 23 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. xibalbax 41 months ago | reply

      Looks and sounds good :)

    2. mikehipp 41 months ago | reply

      Looks delicious!

    3. Aramix 41 months ago | reply

      yummm yummmm

    4. forastico 41 months ago | reply

      mmm, very good!
      have a nice week

    5. xurde 41 months ago | reply

      I love wonton!

    6. Omri Suissa 41 months ago | reply

      wow. Nicely done!

      Please check my photos :)
      (and add me as a contact if you want)

    7. The Shellyfish 41 months ago | reply

      This looks amazing! I love vegan wonton ;)

    8. Peteenainct 41 months ago | reply

      Is there a recipe? Please?

    9. dan_1942 [deleted] 41 months ago | reply

      these look delicious!

    10. bryanbope 41 months ago | reply

      Yes!

      -1 packageTwin Marquis or Any (Vegan if necessary) premade Wonton sheets
      -Tofutti cream cheese (I used 2 containers)
      -White peppercorns and a mill (or black pepper in a pinch will do!)
      -1 Jalapeno (chopped)
      -2 Cloves of Garlic (minced)
      -2 or 3 Scallions (green and white parts chopped)
      -Salt (optional)

      Mix "cheese," jalapeno, garlic and scallions together well. Add salt and pepper to taste. Take 1 teaspoon of the mixture and add to each wonton wrapper that you fill. Wet your finger and dampen the 4 sides of the wonton square. Fold 2 opposing corners and seal sides with your finger to create a triangle. The water will act as a glue. If you care to, fold the other 2 opposing corners to create a more intricate wonton, sealing corners with a damp finger.

      Preheat oven to 400˚ F - Lay wontons onto a greased cookie sheet. Brush or spray the wontons with olive oil or olive oil spray. Pop in oven for 7 minutes. Turn on broiler and set pan under broiler until desired crispness is achieved. Use your nose to make sure the bottoms do not burn. Take out when golden brown at the edges.

      Serve warm with sweet chili sauce. (Can be purchased at most supermarkets in the ethnic foods aisle or at your local Asian market - support family owned markets if possible!)

    11. badrule35 41 months ago | reply

      great capture.... nice & delicious

    12. Jude Z 40 months ago | reply

      Thank you for the recipe, u make it sound really easy, I'll give it a try :)

    13. star_gazing_vegan 40 months ago | reply

      Reminds me of crab rangoon only a million times better. This would be a great appetizer for a new years eve party. Thank you for the recipe and the wonderful capture to go along with it.

    14. Peteenainct 40 months ago | reply

      We made them today!

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