I don’t know if I’ve been hidden under a rock, or if Guacamole Wontons are a new thing to hit restaurants. But after having them one night at a local pub, I was determined to find a guacamole wontons recipe to fix for my family. But to my dismay… I couldn’t find one online! So… it was time to get creative and come up with my own recipe, and YUM!!!
(Can I say that about my own recipe?)
Please keep in mind, it all depends on how many wontons you want to make. The ingredients below, are for about a 2 person serving. This made about 10 guacamole wontons, but we had tons of wonton wrappers left over from the package, so you can double, triple, quadruple this batch if you like!
The BEST Guacamole Recipe:
Now, if you REALLY want a delicious recipe, you can make my guacamole recipe that has been pinned close to 100,000 times on Pinterest. Yes really… it is the best! And then come back over here to make the guacamole wontons. But if you’re pressed for time or ingredients, store-bought guac is a-ok too!
How to Fold a Wonton:
There are a few different ways to fold a wonton. No matter which way you do it… just make sure the filling is secure inside, by closing all of the edges.
This is one way you could fold a wonton:
Put a small amount of the filling in the bottom-center of your wonton.
Fold the bottom corner over the guacamole mixture, and press on to the center.
Grab the bottom right corner and fold that towards the center as well.
Same with the bottom left corner, fold towards the center.
One by one, add a wonton to the heated oil. Fry on each side for about 15 minutes or until it reaches an overall golden brown color.
Not pictured: I don’t think guacamole wontons would be complete if they didn’t have a sweet chili sauce to dip them in. We use store bought, but plan to experiment and make our own soon!
Let me know if you make them, and if you like them! Just comment below with any suggestions! We love them and want them about once a week, so I hope you do too!