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Spicy Thai Chicken Cups


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Ingredients

48 piece(s)

Wonton cups

  • 1 package wonton wrappers, 50 pack
  • spray olive oil

Sauce

  • 1/3 cup fresh lime juice
  • 1/4 cup fish sauce
  • 2 tbsp raw sugar

Filling

  • 2 spring onions
  • 1/4 red onion
  • 1 lemongrass stalk
  • 1 red chilli
  • 1 green chilli
  • 1/3 cup coriander leaves
  • 1/3 cup mint leaves
  • 300 g chicken, fillets chopped into 2cm chunks
  • red chillies, sliced to garnish
  • coriander, leaves only to garnish
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Recipe's preparation

    Wonton Cups
  1. Pre-heat oven to 180 degrees C (170 degrees if fan forced).

  2. Spray 24 cup mini muffin tin with spray oil.

  3. Separate wonton wrappers and cut into circles using a 7.5cm round cookie cutter.

  4. Place into muffin tray to create cup shape..

  5. Spray top of wrappers with more oil, place in pre-heated oven and bake for around 5 to 6 minutes or until golden brown. Remove and leave to cool on rack and repeat to create 48 crispy cups.

  6. Sauce
  7. Place the lime juice, fish sauce and raw sugar into Thermomix bowl and blend 5 sec/speed 3. Set aside 

     
  8. Filling.
  9. Place lemongrass into Themomix bowl and chop 10 sec/speed 6.  Scrape down sides of bowl.

  10. Add onions, chillies, coriander and mint into Thermomix bowl and chop for 3-5 sec/speed 5. Set aside 

     

  11. Place 500ml of water into Thermomix bowl, place chicken into rice basket and steam for 15 min/Varoma/speed 2. Check to ensure chicken has cooked all the way through – if not stir with spatula and cook for few more minutes on Varoma temp at speed 2.

  12. When chicken is cooked through empty water from bowl, remove chicken from rice basket and place in mixing bowl bowl. Add herb/spice mix and mince chicken 1sec/Turbo  2-3 times.

  13. Add sauce and stir through in 5 sec/Counter-clockwise operation/speed 3.

  14. Spoon 1 teaspoon mixture into wonton cups, decorate with coriander leaf and slice of red chilli, serve immediately and watch how quickly they disappear.

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Tip

Cut the lemongrass into rings before chopping if you want to avoid having long threads.

It is important to 'balance' the sauce.  The recipe is a guide but important to note that saltiness can vary between brands of fish sauce and lime juice can vary in acidity level. 


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  • Do you think I could freeze the mixture after the...

    Submitted by thermomix8888 on 18. January 2017 - 21:04.

    Do you think I could freeze the mixture after the cooking process, Thanks

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  • I am addicted!!! I've been

    Submitted by ChantelTHL on 18. November 2016 - 17:16.

    I am addicted!!! I've been making these for 3 years now! I make these every time I want to "show off" the Thermomix. Easy canapés for any occasion. Love them! 

    Love what you do ... Do what you love!

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  • Cutting the wonton wrappers

    Submitted by Rebecca Evans on 16. July 2016 - 16:49.

    Cutting the wonton wrappers into circles seemed like a waste so I turned the mini muffin tin upside down and draped the wrappers over the muffin holes, turned out perfectly. Will definitely be making these again.

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  • Great recipe. I made this for

    Submitted by Maile on 18. June 2016 - 21:05.

    Great recipe. I made this for a baby shower and it was the first plate to be finished. I added some extra mint, corriander & chilli and a bit less fish sauce but other than that followed the recipe.

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  • Made this on the weekend for

    Submitted by stephanie.mastro11 on 8. June 2016 - 15:41.

    Made this on the weekend for some guests!! Was lovely to eat and had a great burst of flavours, looked a little bland but tasted great!

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  • These were a hit at my son't

    Submitted by clb on 30. May 2014 - 13:24.

    These were a hit at my son't first birthday party.  Such a great idea and so full of flavour.

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  • Delicious, thanks Rebecca.

    Submitted by LeshTMD on 5. November 2013 - 13:43.

    tmrc_emoticons.) Delicious, thanks Rebecca. Made these for my daughters first birthday!

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  • No time like the present

    Submitted by Rebecca Hill on 22. October 2013 - 01:19.

    No time like the present Michelle tmrc_emoticons.-) 

    Rebecca H, Perth


    Spice is the variety of life

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  • Ashleigh these are great with

    Submitted by Rebecca Hill on 22. October 2013 - 01:17.

    Ashleigh these are great with rice crackers too for gluten free option - the chicken mix is so versatile

    Rebecca H, Perth


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  • Hi patagonia - just make you

    Submitted by Rebecca Hill on 22. October 2013 - 01:15.

    Hi patagonia - just make you own - see the asian cookbook and use a pasta machine tmrc_emoticons.-)

    Rebecca H, Perth


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  • I can't wait to try these!!

    Submitted by michr on 22. October 2013 - 00:08.

    I can't wait to try these!! They look and sound yummy!!!! x

    Michelle Pinner x

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  • Awesome! Just wish I could

    Submitted by patagonia on 11. October 2013 - 17:40.

    Awesome! Just wish I could find some preservative free wonton wrappers.

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  • My wonton cups didn't turn

    Submitted by Ashleigh123 on 29. September 2013 - 11:07.

    My wonton cups didn't turn out (my own fault) - but had the chicken on lavosh bread. SO DELICIOUS looking forward to making this again  tmrc_emoticons.D

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  • HI Linny, These can be eaten

    Submitted by Rebecca Hill on 5. May 2013 - 23:21.

    HI Linny, These can be eaten hot or cold. You can heat the filling in the microwave before serving if you wish. I sometimes make the case before hand and keep them in an airtight container. You can also heat the cases in the oven before filling with warmed mixture if you wanted to, but it really is not necessary. Hope this helps

    Rebecca H, Perth


    Spice is the variety of life

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  • I want to make these and take

    Submitted by Linny on 29. April 2013 - 11:48.

    I want to make these and take to a friends place for a get together can some please tell me are you meant to serve these cold or hot. I was going to make them earlier in the day so could they be heated in oven if needed.

     

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  • Thanks for the positive

    Submitted by Rebecca Hill on 12. April 2013 - 14:48.

    Thanks for the positive feedback Leonie.  tmrc_emoticons.D :

    Rebecca H, Perth


    Spice is the variety of life

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  • I have made these twice now

    Submitted by leonie on 16. March 2013 - 15:17.

    I have made these twice now in the last week - seriously awesome!  Thanks for sharing!

    Great tip too about cutting the lemon grass into rings! 

    Thanks!

    Leonie - www.facebook.com/thermofun

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  • Thanks so much for the

    Submitted by Rebecca Hill on 14. March 2013 - 00:05.

    Thanks so much for the positive feedback everyone. Please try making your own wonton pastry using the recipe in the asian coookbook. Easy to make the cases in advance then spoon in the filling  at last minute. They are always a crowd pleaser. 

    Rebecca H, Perth


    Spice is the variety of life

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  • Thanks for the lovely recipe.

    Submitted by daniellehcp on 9. February 2013 - 14:52.

    Thanks for the lovely recipe. I think these would be good at our work picnic tomorrow. I'm thinking I could make up the cases and filling separately tonight and assemble at the park in the morning. Yum!

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  • Meant to add that I couldn't

    Submitted by karry327 on 27. January 2013 - 19:59.

    Meant to add that I couldn't find wonton wrappers today so bought spring roll pastry and used 2 in each muffin tin section.  Still worked well  Big Smile

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  • Wow, these are amazing!  So

    Submitted by karry327 on 27. January 2013 - 19:57.

    Wow, these are amazing!  So much flavour, took me straight back to Thailand.  These are going on my favourite list for sure! Thanks.

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  • Yum cannot wait to try!!!

    Submitted by Baligal on 24. April 2012 - 17:04.

    Yum cannot wait to try!!!

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  • Thanks so much for the

    Submitted by Rebecca Hill on 31. March 2012 - 19:43.

    Thanks so much for the feedback Adrianne. Great idea to use the whole wrappers if you are pushed for time or if you simply want more filling in each. You can also serve the mixture in a lettuce cup, as a dip with rice crackers or just on a wonton spoon if you don't have time to make wonton pastry or buy the wrappers. 

    Rebecca H, Perth


    Spice is the variety of life

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  • We made these for our branch

    Submitted by adrianne on 13. March 2012 - 22:57.

    We made these for our branch meeting tonight. They were fantastic! The mixture reminded me of Cambodian Larb. Stylish nibbles for a cocktail party. I used the wonton cups whole, it meant the cups were a bit bigger and could hold more of the yummy chicken filling. Thank you Rebecca.

    Adrianne Malik

    Thermomix Group Leader

    Banyule  - Melbourne  Nth East

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  • We made these for our branch

    Submitted by adrianne on 13. March 2012 - 22:57.

    We made these for our branch meeting tonight. They were fantastic! The mixture reminded me of Cambodian Larb. Stylish nibbles for a cocktail party. I used the wonton cups whole, it meant the cups were a bit bigger and could hold more of the yummy chicken filling. Thank you Rebecca.

    Adrianne Malik

    Thermomix Group Leader

    Banyule  - Melbourne  Nth East

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  • I have a recipe very similar

    Submitted by billyjak on 2. March 2012 - 08:11.

    I have a recipe very similar & call it Thai chicken salad in a wonton cup. The only difference I can see is I add finely sliced chinese cabbage & shredded carrot to the mix. Fantastic recipe tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Thanks for +'ve feedback

    Submitted by Rebecca Hill on 10. December 2011 - 19:27.

    Thanks for +'ve feedback Maurs. Fish sauce can vary dramatically in salitiness  between brands. Plus I always use fresh lime juice rather than bottled. The balancing of the sauce is really important  (having said that, they seem to get wolfed down, even when I have been in a rush  tmrc_emoticons.)

     

    Rebecca H, Perth


    Spice is the variety of life

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  • Made these and delicious, I

    Submitted by maurs_hunny on 23. November 2011 - 16:51.

    Made these and delicious, I didnt cut the wonton wrappers just left them whole and only used half of the sauce, maybe just add to your own taste otherwise I would have found it too salty.Love  Made day before and assembled at party place the next day, stayed lovely and fresh.

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  • These look good - must try

    Submitted by Quirky Cooking on 3. June 2011 - 15:05.

    These look good - must try them!! 

    Jo tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Thanks Steph - coming from

    Submitted by Rebecca Hill on 11. April 2011 - 10:34.

    Thanks Steph - coming from you I take that as a serious compliment. Thank you so much for the positive feedback. - R Cooking 1

    Rebecca H, Perth


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  • Made these last night as I

    Submitted by StephBerg on 3. April 2011 - 13:07.

    Made these last night as I was inspired by Rebecca's pic... fabulous and seriously gone in 2 minutes and all asking for more!!!  Thanks Rebecca for sharing this crowd pleaser.

     

    Steph xo

    Thermomix Group Leader - Yarra Ranges

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  • These look delicious!

    Submitted by Thermomix in Australia on 22. January 2011 - 12:21.

    These look delicious!

    Thermomix Head Office

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  • Tried these last week Rebecca

    Submitted by CathyM on 22. January 2011 - 10:53.

    Tried these last week Rebecca and they were great. I love the whole wonton wrapper thing. it s a really classy new way to serve dips etc too. i think i must have put too much fish sauce in mine as they were really salty so i actually added a packet of cream cheese to it and it was beautiful. my lot loved them. sometimes we invent the best things from mistakes tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Thanks Renae - you started

    Submitted by Rebecca Hill on 22. January 2011 - 02:51.

    Thanks Renae - you started this for me Mrs Thermoqueen. Looking forward to seeing some recipe contributions from you too!

    Rebecca H, Perth


    Spice is the variety of life

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  • Thanks Tenina for your

    Submitted by Rebecca Hill on 22. January 2011 - 02:46.

    Thanks Tenina for your feedback.

    This make me think of you?

    Rebecca H, Perth


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  • I have had the pleasure of

    Submitted by renae hill on 22. January 2011 - 00:06.

    I have had the pleasure of tasting these - they present well and taste so yum.

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  • These look great Rebecca…and

    Submitted by guest on 21. January 2011 - 19:11.

    These look great Rebecca…and your profile looks great too! tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Thanks Singingchef - they are

    Submitted by Rebecca Hill on 14. January 2011 - 18:36.

    Thanks Singingchef - they are delicious and I am always asked for the recipe.  I will find time to make some this weekend so I can post a pic. tmrc_emoticons.)

    Rebecca H, Perth


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  • These sound great whodunnit..

    Submitted by CathyM on 12. January 2011 - 11:18.

    These sound great whodunnit..tmrc_emoticons.) will definately try them

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