Quick Snack: Fried Wonton Chips with White Tea Salt

November 20, 2013

Just as there are endless ways to make chips (and endless foods to make them out of!), there are endless ways to eat them.

A really creative aspect of chip-making is tweaking the final seasoning. Opt for sea salt mixed with something out-of-the-ordinary, like this wonton chip recipe that sneaks flavorful white tea in with salt as the chips cool.

Wonton Chips with White Tea Salt
Submitted by Rhonda @ The Kitchen Witch


Packaged wonton wrappers
1 bag white tea
2 teaspoon sea salt or kosher salt
Canola oil for frying

Cut open tea bag and remove tea, mix with salt. Run tea/salt mixture through a spice grinder or processor. Set aside.

In a deep pan heat oil until it reaches 350°F. Cut wontons in half diagonally. Fry wontons approximately 15 seconds on each side, drain on a paper towel lined plate. Sprinkle tea salt over wontons. Store in an air-tight container.

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