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Tracking PixelI can’t tell you how excited I am to share this recipe for Fried Rice Wontons with you.  I had forgotten all about it until I was asked to collaborate with Success® Rice to create a dish using Success® Jasmine Rice.  Granny always used Jasmine Rice for her Fried Rice Wontons, and they were AMAZING!

My grandmother used to make Fried Rice Wontons with Sweet and Sour Sauce for every holiday.  She used to tell me it was the perfect finger food to keep the boy’s fingers and mouths busy and out of her hair.

If the Fried Rice Wontons were not out on the table, you could almost guarantee my father or one of my uncles was trying to talk Granny into letting them taste test something.  Memories, I can still remember the look she would get on her face when they would come in, lol.  She would pick up her wooden spoon and swat them on the hands of they tried sneaking a bite.  Granny didn’t put up with much from her kids, even as grown men.

Veggie Lovers Fried Rice Wontons RecipeVeggie Lovers Fried Rice Wontons Recipe

  • 2 ½ Tablespoons Olive Oil
  • 2 Eggs (lightly beaten you can add more if you like more eggs)
  • 1 teaspoon soy sauce
  • ½ teaspoon sesame oil
  • 1 cup frozen peas and carrots
  • 4 cups Success® Jasmine Rice (cooked)
  • 2 green onions chopped
  • 1/2 – 1 cup mushrooms chopped
  • ½ yellow bell pepper
  • ½ red bell pepper
  • Veggie Lovers Fried Rice Wontons 1Success® Jasmine Rice as directed per instructions.  It’s super easy, remove the packages and place them in boiling water for 10 minutes!  Remove, drain and put your perfect Success® Jasmine Rice in Wok.
  • On medium-high warm 1 tablespoon of oil in a large skillet or wok.
  • Add soy sauce and sesame oil to lightly beaten egg in the wok with oil.  I like to let my cook a bit before I start breaking it up, but you can do it either way. Cook until the egg is fully cooked.
  • making fried riceAdd veggies, rice, and the remaining oil and cook until rice for about 5 minutes or until cooked.

Give it a good taste test and see if you want to add more soy sauce.  My husband tells me I don’t add enough so you ought to put a little more.  It’s totally up to you.

How To Fold The Wontons

Folding the wontons can be a bit tricky, it took me forever to figure it out, lol.  So I thought I would include some directions just in case you’re not sure how to fold them.

making wontons

  • Put some fried rice in the center of the wonton.  I generally put about a spoonful or so.

how to fold a wonton

  • Push the two sides of the wonton together just a little bit so that the center pushes up, as shown in the above image.

fried rice wontons

  • Dip finger in water & wet both corner sides of the triangle. Gently pull them together and press firmly, so they seal together.  The center of your wonton should stick out a bit and look sort of like a little hat.

Cooking the Wontons

  • First warm oil in the pan, place one wonton in for testing. Once you put the wonton in the oil, it should immediately start sizzling and float to the top. Move them around a bit so they brown evenly.

fried wonton

  • Once you notice they are starting to brown remove them from the oil (typically finished cooking in a minute or less) and set on a plate covered with a paper towel to drain off any grease.

Fried Rice Wontons Recipe

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Veggie Lovers Fried Rice Wontons

Looking for a great appitizer recipe that everyone will love? Give this Veggie Lovers Fried Rice Wontons recipe a try. They are super yummy!

15 minPrep Time

15 minCook Time

30 minTotal Time

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Ingredients

  • 2 ½ Tablespoons Olive Oil
  • 2 Eggs (lightly beaten you can add more if you like more eggs)
  • 1 teaspoon soy sauce
  • ½ teaspoon sesame oil
  • 1 cup frozen peas and carrots
  • 4 cups Success® Jasmine Rice (cooked)
  • 2 green onions chopped
  • 1/2 – 1 cup mushrooms chopped
  • ½ yellow bell pepper
  • ½ red bell pepper

Instructions

  1. Success® Jasmine Rice as directed per instructions. It’s super easy, remove the packages and place them in boiling water for 10 minutes! Remove, drain and put your perfect Success® Jasmine Rice in Wok.
  2. On medium-high warm 1 tablespoon of oil in a large skillet or wok.
  3. Add soy sauce and sesame oil to lightly beaten egg in the wok with oil. I like to let my cook a bit before I start breaking it up, but you can do it either way. Cook until the egg is fully cooked.
  4. Add veggies, rice, and the remaining oil and cook until rice for about 5 minutes or until cooked.
  5. How To Fold The Wontons:
  6. Put some fried rice in the center of the wonton. I generally put about a spoonful or so.
  7. Push the two sides of the wonton together just a little bit so that the center pushes up, as shown in the above image.
  8. Dip finger in water & wet both corner sides of the triangle. Gently pull them together and press firmly, so they seal together. The center of your wonton should stick out a bit and look sort of like a little hat.
  9. Cooking the Wontons:
  10. First warm oil in the pan, place one wonton in for testing. Once you put the wonton in the oil, it should immediately start sizzling and float to the top. Move them around a bit so they brown evenly.
  11. Once you notice they are starting to brown remove them from the oil (typically finished cooking in a minute or less) and set on a plate covered with a paper towel to drain off any grease.
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32 Comments

  1. cottagebunny March 5, 2017
    These are such tasty looking morsels.We love finger foods like this! Thanks for the awesome post.
    Reply
  2. Nancy Burgess January 16, 2017
    These look delicious can't wait to try them.
    Reply
    1. Jenn January 18, 2017
      Do let me know what you think and how they turned out :)
  3. Nancy Burgess January 16, 2017
    These look delicious can't wait to try them.
    Reply
  4. Maria Roselle Mendoza January 16, 2017
    I love veggies... Thanks for sharing...
    Reply
    1. Jenn January 18, 2017
      I hope you enjoy them :)
  5. Sharon Braswell January 16, 2017
    Love this recipe and now I know how to fold Wontons too! Thank you!!
    Reply
    1. Jenn January 18, 2017
      Folding them is about 90% of the battle lol.
  6. Angela September January 16, 2017
    omg these look amazing! And honestly, what doesn't taste delicious in a wonton wrapper?! lol
    Reply
    1. Jenn January 18, 2017
      OMG, I couldn't agree more.. I've been on a wonton wrapper kick just about everything goes great in them.
  7. Kelly O January 15, 2017
    Those look so yummy. I would love them right now, please :)
    Reply
    1. Jenn January 18, 2017
      Sure thing, virtual wontons coming right up lol.
  8. Christy Peeples DuBois January 15, 2017
    I hope I'm not commenting twice. These look so good but I've never thought about making them at home. I'd love to have one now.
    Reply
  9. Lauryn R January 15, 2017
    Yummy! I love cream cheese wontons, but these veggie/friend rice ones sound delicious! Thanks for sharing!
    Reply
    1. Jenn January 18, 2017
      Yes, cream cheese wontons are one of my favs.. I love wonton wrappers because you can do so many things with them..
  10. Christy Peeples DuBois January 15, 2017
    These look so good. I've never tried making anything like this at home but it looks like I may could. Wish I had some now.
    Reply
    1. Jenn January 18, 2017
      You sure can, they are easy and you can put almost anything in a Wonton wrapper and they come out super yummy!
  11. Najiya January 14, 2017
    Cant wait to try it
    Reply
    1. Jenn January 18, 2017
      Do let me know how they turn out.
  12. Stephanie January 14, 2017
    I love wantons.
    Reply
    1. Jenn January 14, 2017
      Me too, they are super yummy and I have started making all sorts of great things with the wonton wrappers.. Just love them!!!
  13. Kiera M. December 31, 2016
    awesome little light meal
    Reply
  14. Kathleen Tracey December 27, 2016
    This looks like another snack alternative. I'm sure I would like them. Hopefully I can find sometime to make them and give them a try.
    Reply
  15. starlabates December 25, 2016
    These look and sound great. I love veggies more so often than meat so this would be so good. I would love to have several dipping sauces with these too!
    Reply
  16. Leela December 21, 2016
    I can't wait to give these a try.
    Reply
  17. kathi bennett December 17, 2016
    I'm a vegetarian and I love this! I'm sure it will be on my table a lot.
    Reply
    1. Jenn December 20, 2016
      If you try them do let me know what you think..
  18. Stephanie December 17, 2016
    I love these but I've never made them before.
    Reply
  19. Kelly O December 17, 2016
    These look so yummy. I love finding ways to make foods that we normally would get when eating out. We don't eat out often (maybe 2 times a year) so it is extra fun when I can make something that is different and not in my normal rotation.
    Reply
    1. Jenn December 20, 2016
      Oh I agree! We don't eat out often either, it's so much better for you and saves a ton of money!!! And, it's so much more fun creating fun stuff at home anyway... I sure hope you like them
  20. Kara Marks December 17, 2016
    These look wonderful--thank you so much for the recipe!
    Reply
    1. Jenn December 20, 2016
      I hope you give them a try and love them!

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