Smoked salmon & garlic chive wontons with chilli oil
Deliciously fresh and so easy to make – these wontons are sure to please anyone you give them to.
  1. Mix the mascarpone, garlic chives, salt and pepper in a small bowl. Mix through the flaked salmon.
  2. Lay the gow gee wrappers on your work bench and top each with 1 teaspoon of the salmon filling. Wet the tip of your finger with water and run it around the edge of the gow gee wrapper – not too much water, though.
  3. Fold one side of the wrapper over the filling to form a semi-circle, gently pressing around the filling and pushing any air pockets out.
  4. Turn the wonton upright so the edge is now facing up. Curl it around tightly, wet one of the corners, and press it against the opposite corner. Repeat with the remaining gow gee wrappers.
  5. Prepare a steamer by lining the bottom with a round of baking paper, stab it many times with a paring knife or skewer. This allows the steam to penetrate through to the wontons. Arrange the filled wontons in the lined steamer, put the lid on, then steam over boiling water for 4-5 minutes.
  6. Serve hot, drizzled with chilli oil.