My fifty-eighth recipe with Wednesday with Donna Hay is Apple and Dark Chocolate Wonton Parcels, Chaya's choice for the group, and is found online here.
The ingredient list: apples, dark chocolate, butter, wonton wrappers, and confectioner's sugar.
There aren't that many ingredients in this recipe, and the instructions are simple enough for assembly, it all bakes for a little more than 10 minutes, and gets dusted with some powdered sugar to make it look irresistible. I did have to adjust the amount of apple and chocolate in the recipes to accommodate the small wonton wrappers. (Are there different sizes of wonton wrappers? If so, I had the small ones and the ingredients didn't all fit nicely in there with room to seal the edges, so I took out half of each of the ingredients in each one.)
Easy, fun, and the guys tend to like anything with chocolate so this was no exception. I did make one with butterscotch chips as I thought that would go nicely with the apple and it did taste lovely (you all didn't think I was going to eat that chocolate version did you?). In the photo, the one with butterscotch is on the left and a chocolate one is on the right.
Would I make these again? Probably not as I have many other dessert type recipes I would like to try before repeating this, this one had a weird texture due to the wonton wrappers that probably aren't really meant to be used a stand-in for a pastry dough, but it was okay and nice to have made it this once. Wonder what the others thought? Gaye's post is here. Margaret's post is here. Chaya's post is here. Next week is Gaye's choice, Thai Pork with Noodles, found in Donna Hay's Modern Classics I cookbook on page 134. Join us and leave a link to your post, no commitment required.