Thai Veggie Slaw with Peanut Dressing and Crispy Wontons Thai Veggie Slaw with Peanut Dressing and Crispy Wontons takes approximately around 45 minutes from beginning to end. For $1.79 per serving, this recipe covers 29% of your daily requirements of vitamins and minerals. One serving contains 432 calories, 11g of protein, and 32g of fat. This recipe serves 6. This recipe from Foodista requires garlic clove, ginger, , and cayenne. The Fourth Of July will be even more special with this recipe. 1 person were glad they tried this recipe. Only a few people really liked this Chinese dish. It works well as a side dish. It is a good option if you’re following a dairy free and pescatarian diet. Overall, this recipe earns a pretty good spoonacular score of 74%. Thai Slaw with Peanut Dressing, Extra Sticky Thai BBQ Ribs with Peanut BBQ Sauce + Sweet Thai Ginger Slaw, and Thai Peanut Slaw are very similar to this recipe.

Thai Veggie Slaw with Peanut Dressing and Crispy Wontons Instructions

  1. Make the crispy wontons: Preheat oven to 375 degrees f. Lay the wontons out on a large baking sheet. Spray lightly with cooking spray and sprinkle with the Chinese five spice and cayenne. Flip the wontons over and repeat. Stack all the wonton skins on top of each other and slice into 1/2-3/4-inch strips. Spread the strips in an even layer back onto the baking sheet. Bake 10-12 minutes, until crisp and golden brown, flipping the strips halfway through and rotating the baking sheet. (Watch carefully that they don’t burn) Remove from the oven and let cool before using.
  2. Prepare the dressing: In the jar of a blender, add 1/2 c. peanuts and 2 T. canola oil. Blend until completely smooth, about a minute, scraping down the sides of the blender jar as necessary. Add in the remaining canola oil, lime juice, fish sauce, brown sugar, sriracha, ginger and garlic. Blend until smooth.
  3. In a large bowl combine all the vegetables. Add the dressing and the remaining 1/2 c. peanuts. Toss well to combine. You can either mix the wontons into the salad, or reserve them for crumbling onto individual portions.

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