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Cut corners from wonton skins to form circles. Drop 1 teaspoon mixture onto middle of each skin. Gather up skin sides, letting dough pleat naturally. Lightly squeeze the middle while tapping the bottom on a flat surface so it will stand upright.
Bring water to a boil and add wontons. Cook for 12-15 min.
These pork wontons are perfect for a snack, appetizers for a party, or a nice dinner. They can be prepared and frozen for use at a later date. To freeze, arrange dumplings on a baking sheet; freeze for 2 hours. Place in zip-top freezer bags; label and freeze for up to 2 months. To cook dumplings from frozen state, steam for 22 to 25 minutes.
Option two is to arrange dumplings in a bamboo steam basket over boiling water. Cover and steam 20 to 25 minutes.
For a seared wonton, remove from water or bamboo basket and in a hot pan sear wonton in oil until it starts browning. Serve with sauces, if desired.