All these bites were gone within 30 minutes – they are so easy to make that I was happy to make more. This is the perfect recipe to enjoy on game day – I loved using Johnsonville Sausages for this recipe . Each bite has a HUGE crunch and the dipping sauce is a creamy avocado ranch – super yum! #SausageBowl. These wontons are perfect game day solution for the “sausage bowl”.
My biggest tip for having a successful game day celebration is planning, relax ( because something will most likely go wrong), and great food.
I love using these wonton wrappers you can find them at every super market. I also used Johnsonville Brats ( type of German sausage). Any Johnsonville sausage would be great to use – next time I make this I am going to Johnsonville Italian Hot Sausage Links.
I cooked up the sausages first – once they are cooked you are ready to start assembling
Take a wonton – add sausage, jalapeno, white onion and cheese 🙂
Close up the wonton and do a simple fry for a couple minutes. Also make the dipping sauce – simply mix 1 avocado with 1/2 cup of ranch dressing – simply mix together well – it will only take 5 minutes to put together.
This recipe really is a convenience recipe due to Johnsonville sausages – it really cut the prep time down. There are so many recipes to use Johnsonville sausage in – like chili, nachos, etc.
I really hope you try my recipe – make sure to leave a comment below letting me know what you are planning on making for the BIG game 🙂
Love You Guys!
Sausage Wonton Recipe
- 15 Wonton Wrappers
- 1 Jalapeno - Diced
- 15 slices of cheese ( to fit inside wrapper)
- 15 sliced of cooked Johnsonville Sausage
- Egg White - One Egg
- Small cup of water
- 1 Cup of Cooking Oil
- Dipping Sauce
- 1 Avacado
- ½ Cup of Ranch Dressing
- Heat oil in a medium size skillet
- Arrange the sausage, jalapeno, onion, and cheese
- Use water to seam the edges
- Whisk the egg - using a brush - brush each wonton with egg
- Fry in the oil till golden brown
- In a bowl mix together avocado and ranch till smooth - serve with the wontons
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