Have you seen these Bibigo USA mini wontons at your local store – in the freezer section? The next time you go – stock up! Here is my Bibigo USA mini wonton review.
According to Cornell University the average adult makes 226 decisions about food….every.single.day! That’s a lot to think about. I love having foods in my freezer that come together fast as well as taste good. For my WW friends THIRTEEN mini wontons is only 6 points. That is alright in my book!
This really isn’t a recipe as I just happened to combine things in my fridge. I’ve made this combination many times so far and I never get sick of it.
The Star of the Show:
Bibigo USA mini wontons! This is what the packaging looks like – sometimes if it’s not where the other potstickers, or egg rolls are – my store sells these at the end of the freezer aisle. They have different flavors and one vegetarian – my favorite is the pork and veggie ones. You can steam them or air fry like I did for this meal. Here is a store locator for Bibigo products – enter your zipcode to see if a store near you has these!
Second Star of the Show:
In the produce section of your star – definitely look for Taylor Farms Salad kits. They do come with a sauce – I usually don’t use the sauces and prefer to use my favorite kind. In this bag for example – the Teriyaki veggie stir fry kit includes broccoli, brussels sprouts, kale, carrots, red cabbage and peas.
Third Star of the Show!
I found this Yai’s Thai basil sauce at Whole Foods. It’s quickly become a staple and I use it pretty much every week. The best point is it is low in points on Weight Watchers – you can have FIVE tablespoons for only 1 point! Here is Yai’s Thai store locator guide. If you are in the Chicago area like me, it’s available at Jewel Foods, Whole Foods, Fresh Market and Fresh Thyme.
Where’s the recipe for this dish?
Jenn Cooks Mini Wonton Stir Fry
- 13 Bibigo brand mini wontons
- 1.5 cups Taylor Farms stiry fry vegetables
- 5 tablespoons Yai's Thai Stir fry sauce
- In an air fryer - add 13 of the mini wontons - spray with a little cooking spray and cook for 10 minutes at 360. Check every few minutes and shake the basket to make sure none of them stick.
- While the wontons are in the air fryer, in a medium sized skillet - add the Taylor Farms stir fry veggies. Saute for 5 minutes. I also added salt and pepper and a tablespoon of soy sauce.
- Add the cooked wontons to the skillet - add the Yai's Thai Basil sauce and stir to combine.
- Transfer to a bowl and add a sprinkle of sesame seeds.
I have other stir fry recipes on my site – check out this link to the recipe index for stir fry’s for those recipes!
As always – leave a comment if you have any questions or try this recipe – I would love to know what you think.
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