To that I added some oyster sauce
I really like this particular brand (no MSG!), I have shipped from Crestview Market, in Columbus, OH (Ok, my grandma brings it when she visits).
I got the wrappers out while the mixture cooled. One at a time lay the wrapper in a diamond and put a spoon full of mixture across the middle. Then fold and roll.
Moistened with a little water to seal the deal. Let's cut to the fryer.
Doesn't that purple cabbage peeking through look fun? I rarely deep fry things because it's kind of a dead end for the oil: I saved it, but what am I going to use it for? Deep fry something again? Anyway I put about an inch of oil into a 2qt saute pan and warmed it to 350F. I fried two or three at a time 2 to 3 minutes.
Anyway something to do with leftovers on a Saturday night. The only thing I bought for this meal was the cabbage. I'll list the quantities that I can remember below, the recipe was on the back of the wrapper package, and I threw that away:
1 lb ground chicken (or whatever)
2 cups shredded cabbage (red if you're feeling cheeky)
2 shredded medium carrots
1/2 diced medium onion
1 TB minced garlic
2 TB grated fresh ginger
2 TB Oyster Sauce
Salt, pepper and cayenne to taste.
serve with whatever mustard you have in the fridge.