Wednesday, October 13, 2010

It's a Wrap

Last week, the Bag Lady harvested her garden, and one of the items was a very small cabbage. She wanted to do something different with it.

First, she cut it up:



Then she mixed it with some ground pork, spices and a few other ingredients, and wrapped it in home-made wonton wrappers:



Fried them in hot oil:


And, voila! Deep-fried wontons:


They were PDG (pretty darned good), if she does say so herself!

12 comments:

Leah J. Utas said...

Oh, that looks so yummy.

Hilary said...

Oh wow.. you are making me drool. And it's very unattractive. That looks delicious, Baggie.

Geosomin said...

ooooooooooooooooooooooooh.
That looks good.

I think I need to get a deep fryer :)

Reb said...

Oh my! That looks lovely and delicious!

bunnygirl said...

I love wontons. You should've invited me over! ;-)

Janell said...

Who has a freakin fryer like that in their kitchen!?!

messymimi said...

You are one talented cook -- want to come be a visiting teacher in my cooking class?

CherylK said...

Homemade wontons?? You ARE talented! These look scrumptious.

solarity said...

Such a pretty little cabbage. I like wontons, but not enough to do that much work.

Mary Anne in Kentucky, drooling anyway

kcinnova said...

Homemade wrappers? I only know one other person who does that, and she's Chinese!

the Bag Lady said...

Thanks, everyone. They were tasty, but next time (if there ever is a next time!) I would probably use purchased wrappers. Just to see the difference.

JavaChick said...

Those look good! If I had a deep fryer, I'd be copying you.