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A wonton (also spelled wantan, wanton, or wuntun in transcription from Cantonese; the Mandarin pronunciation is hundun) is a type of dumpling commonly found in a number of Chinese cuisines.

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A Quick Tip by devora

  • Sep 22, 2009
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Oh, how I'm craving wonton soup right now! Especially with egg noodles and red vinegar :D
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Quick Tip by . January 22, 2010
I love, *LOVE*, wonton soup. But when its gets screwed up by US restaurants, it's like losing a winning lottery ticket.
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In Cantonese cuisine, shrimp filled wonton is most commonly served with thin noodles to make wonton noodles. It is also consumed with red vinegar. The soup is made from boiling shrimp shells to give it a distinct taste. MSG may be added to enhance the flavour. Hong Kong wontons were introduced to the area after World War II as street food and later indoor eateries.
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