1. Pick and wash the shepherd's purse, blanch it in boiling water, and let it cool.
2. Squeeze the water a little and chop into fine pieces
3. Finely chop green onions
4. Wash coriander and cut into sections
5. Add light soy sauce, rice vinegar, seaweed, dried shrimp skin, red oil to the bowl and set aside
6. Add light soy sauce, salt, five-spice powder, white pepper, and chopped green onions to the meat, stir well
7. Add the shepherd’s purse (mix the shepherd’s purse with sesame oil) and stir again.
8. Take a piece of wonton wrapper and put a little stuffing in the middle
9. Then fold it in half (you can apply a little water around the wonton wrapper to make it stickier)
10. Bend the two sides again
11. Finally pinch together
12. Add water to the pot and boil, add the wontons and cook them, put the wontons and the soup into a bowl and sprinkle with coriander to eat
1. Shepherd's purse has no oil content, it will be moisturized by mixing it with sesame oil. Don't squeeze the shepherd's purse too dry.
2. If the wonton filling is dry, you can add some water or stock to adjust it. If the filling is too dry, the wonton will be hard and not tasty.