Quail Egg Beef Wonton

Quail Egg Beef Wonton

by Meimeijia's Kitchen

4.7 (1)
Favorite

Difficulty

Hard

Time

2h

Serving

2

The small and exquisite wontons are my family's favorite. I especially like to make beef fillings for my children. Beef is rich in protein and amino acids, which is of great help to children's physical development. And there is less fat than pork, which is relatively healthier.
Many friends responded that it’s better to make minced meat by yourself, and children don’t want to eat it. I have a little trick. Just add an egg to the minced meat and the minced meat will taste very good.

Ingredients

Quail Egg Beef Wonton

1. Cut the beef into large pieces, put it into the food processor with the chopped green onion, and grind it into puree

Quail Egg Beef Wonton recipe

2. Wash quail eggs

Quail Egg Beef Wonton recipe

3. Add to the mashed meat

Quail Egg Beef Wonton recipe

4. Add salt

Quail Egg Beef Wonton recipe

5. Turn on the machine and mix all the ingredients

Quail Egg Beef Wonton recipe

6. Take a piece of wonton wrapper, pick a small ball of meat filling and put it on the wonton wrapper

Quail Egg Beef Wonton recipe

7. Fold the wonton wrapper in half

Quail Egg Beef Wonton recipe

8. Roll both ends down and stack up

Quail Egg Beef Wonton recipe

9. Make all the remaining wontons

Quail Egg Beef Wonton recipe

10. Bring the broth to a boil, add salt and chopped green onion

Quail Egg Beef Wonton recipe

11. Boil a pot of water, pour the wontons in and cook them

Quail Egg Beef Wonton recipe

12. Take it out and put it in the prepared soup

Quail Egg Beef Wonton recipe

Tips:

1. After the beef minced is minced, add the egg and stir until it is completely absorbed. At this time, the minced meat will be very delicate and smooth.
2. The difference between wontons and dumplings is that just a little bit of meat is enough for wontons.

This dish is also called: Best Quail Egg Beef Wonton recipe, Chinese Quail Egg Beef Wonton recipe, Healthy Quail Egg Beef Wonton

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