|Nutella banana won-ton with vanilla bean ice cream|
I made this very easy but extremely yummy Nutella and banana won-ton as our dessert for the Asian themed dinner. As many of you might know, Asian or Chinese don't usually like sweet stuffs. I remember Anthony Bourdain once said something on his show, No Reservation - At a Chinese restaurant, they usually give you an orange at the end of the meal as a dessert. Yup, that's US! Asian or Chinese don't usually eat sweet after meal. If we do, we will probably had some bean soup (green, red or assorted beans) or rice ball soup to end our meal. Even other Asian countries, they don't usually serve desserts after the meal too. So when I was thinking of something to make for our Asian themed dinner, I was thinking of something Asian inspired but still appealing to my guests (sadly to say not everyone likes bean soup or other strange tasting or looking desserts most Asian like).
So I was thinking who doesn't like deep fried won-ton (or food, deep fried food taste so good), and Nutella (surprisingly, my guests had never tried this tasty hazelnut spread before) and banana topped with powder sugar and vanilla ice cream. Just by thinking about it, it made my mouth watering.
You will need:
1 pack of square won-ton wrappers (available at Asian supermarkets or some regular supermarkets)
1 small jar of Nutella (available at regular supermarkets)
2-3 banana (don't pick those old or "too green" one)
Vegetable oil (for deep frying dessert, I like to use vegetable oil because they taste milder than peanut oil. But if I deep fried regular food, I would love to use peanut oil for more favor.)
Powder sugar (optional)
Vanilla ice cream (optional, I got mine from Trader Joe's)
lay the won-ton wrapper on the mat and
put about one teaspoon Nutella spread on the top of the wrapper
(don't put too much though!)
|Put a banana slice on the top of the spread|
|Seal them with water|
|Heat the oil, and put the won-ton in the wok|