Sichuan style spicy chili oil wontons, are one of my happy foods.Silky little dumplings filled with pork and shrimp drowned in chili oil, soy, and vinegar are all good things.Chili Oil The key to good spicy chili oil wontons is the chili oil, so make sure you start off with a chili oil that you like.

We tend to make our own (recipe coming soon update: recipe here!) because homemade is the way to go, but there’s nothing that beats the ease of store bought.Heck, if you wanted to go the extra easy route, you could even buy frozen wonton from the Asian grocery store and I wouldn’t judge.I’ve done it before and I’ll probably do it again.

Sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do.Chili Oil Wonton But, what you’ve got to do –store bought or not– is eat wontons drowned in chili oil, soy, sesame, black vinegar, garlic, green onions, and cilantro.They’re spicy from the chili oil, bright and tangy from the vinegar, savory from the soy, with a nice hit of freshness from the herbs.

Seriously so good.And even if you’re not a huge fan of spicy, give these a go, working up from a small amount of chili oil.The thing about Chinese chili oils is that they’re not super spicy, so much as they’re pleasantly fragrant with a hint of heat.

Meal Prep Wonton PS – This may be weird, but this totally works as a meal prep kind of thing.The wontons keep in the fridge well and reheat beautifully in the microwave.So if you wanna make yourself a double batch so you can b

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