Air Fried Buffalo Wontons Y’all. I’m sorry (not sorry) but this was legit If you don’t try this- I’m gonna be sad for you. But I don’t wanna be sad for you, so please - just try it Not pictured is the homemade ranch I dunked each one of these in with every bite. So goooood. Oh oh! and guess what my beautiful friends, I have some options for you!
For my veg friends- use crumbled tofu, for my non veg friends, use ground chicken. For my dairy free friends, use almond cream cheese (I really like @kitehillfoods) and for my non dairy free friends, use whatever cream cheese ya like. It all works . I love giving ya options! It’s delicious either route you choose.
p.s. this Buffalo sauce by @primalkitchenfoods is liquid gold. Actual liquid gold.
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By: The Daily Kale
1 cup crumbled tofu or ground chicken
2-3 tbsp cream cheese * (DF or reg)
3 tbsp Buffalo sauce
3-4 tbsp green onion (chopped)
2 tbsp chopped celery
1/4 tsp garlic powder
Pinch of black pepper
Wonton wrappers (makes about 15)
Cook the tofu crumbles or chicken in a sauce pan until fully done.
Make sure there is no excess water left over.
Then in a bowl stir everything together, add an extra tbsp of cream cheese if you need it to be stickier. It should be a nice sticky mix, holding together well.
Take a wonton wrapper and dip your finger in water and coat the edges of the wrapper with the water. Place about 1.5 tbsp or less of the mixture in the center.
Fold up the wonton wrapper. (It’s too hard to explain through words for me, so just go ahead and look that one up ). Continue until you finish the mixture. Place evenly in your air fryer, I had to do 4-5 at a time.
Air fry at 385 for 5-7 minutes. Keep an eye on it! You’ll know when it’s done because it will be a golden color, but definitely don’t burn it by cooking any longer. Serve with delicious ranch and top with more scallions. Ok y’all, enjoy!!