I was too busy getting my hands dirty to show you how I made them, but after conversation with Pooey, I put in mince pork, minced prawns, minced chinese mushrooms (Pooey doesn't put them in hers but I like them), salt, pepper, sesame oil, and corn flour. I can't remember what else went in there. But a couple of hours and lots of sticky hands later, I had lots and lots of wontons! Some of them I ate immediately with chilli sauce and sesame oil to try and replicate sichuan chili wontons! It wasn't quite there and I'm not yet sure if I want to invest in sesame paste to make it more authentic. I guess it depends on how much I crave them.
After freezing a large amount of them for future use, I then made the real thing for dinner!
Pre-soup adding! I had it with egg noodles, bean shoots, lettuce (local shop's baby bok was a bit sad looking), spring onions, and chili.
With the broth and ready for eating!
I had it with a chicken-based broth that was unfortunately made from powder because I mistakenly thought I had some frozen chicken bones. All in all, I was pretty happy although I will definitely make proper chicken broth next time. I also kinda wish I had some cha siu pork to go into the noodles though. I guess that's next on the *Stop complaining, Start Making!* list.