Yield: Yields 24 hors d'oeuvres.
Ever-versatile wontons make crispy “wraps” for these inspired appetizers.
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Make Ahead Tips
A few of the wonton cups may collapse during baking; be prepared to bake a few extras, just in case.
The wonton cups will keep, unfilled, in an airtight container for up to a week. Fill them right before serving or they’ll get soggy.
Delicious and fast. I used a different cut of beef as my butcher didnt have a beef tenderloin. It was some cut that I hadnt heard of before but it tasted amazing nonetheless. There was just enough heat from the garlic chili paste and fish sauce may be one of my most favorite condoments of all time. This might be one of my all time favorite appetizer recipes.
This recipe was spot on. I love Thai Beef Salad and the flavors were fantastic. Easy to make, and it looks great. At first I was a little concerned that the beef was too rare, but it seemed to "cook" a little more in the lime juice and fish sauce.
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