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Sundried Tomato & Avocado Wontons

These are always a crowd favorite for our casual get togethers at Flair Flat. The brightly colored filling with just a hint of chili for heat make them a popular appetizer for cocktail hour. You can make the filling about 90 mins before you want to serve them and cook them about 30 minutes before guests arrive.


12-18 Wonton Skins (depends on how full you fill them or 12 for guests 6 for you)

1 Large diced avocado

2 Teaspoon Lime juice

2 Tablespoon Diced sundried tomatoes

1 Tablespoon Diced red onion

1/8 -1/4 Teaspoon chili powder (depending how your heat preference)

Salt to taste

To Make

Combine avocado, onion, sundried tomato in medium bowl. Add lime juice, chili powder and salt if desired and gently stir.

Lay out wonton skins and with your index finger wet 2 edges with warm water (NOT spit). Place about 1 tablespoon of avocado filling in the center of the wonton. Fold in a triangle shape and press edges together. Repeat until you have all the wontons you want.

In a large fry pan cover the bottom of the skillet with approximately 1/2" vegetable oil and heat on medium heat. Place filled wontons in hot oil and cook until they start to float or are golden brown, about 2 minutes on each side. Drain on paper towel and place on your serving dish.

Pro-Tip: eat several of them during the cooking process so you can chat with your guests more.

Serve hot with sweet chili sauce or your favorite Asian inspired dipping sauce on a beautiful platter.

Happy Hosting,

Tracy B.

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Lesli Muir Lytle
Lesli Muir Lytle
Jan 06, 2021

Yuuuuuuum. I'll even risk the chili powder!

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