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Cheesy Vegetable Triangles

Cheesy Vegetable Triangles

| On 20, Dec 2011

Cheesy Vegetable Triangles

Recipe Type: Finger Foods: Vegetarian
Author: Loureen Johnson
Prep time: 30 mins
Cook time: 20 mins
Total time: 50 mins

These little critters are the perfect complement to any dish, or they can be a meal all by there self. I love these things and they are actually healthy believe it or not, if made with coconut or olive oil

Ingredients

8 oz (200 g) Sweet ham, chopped
8 oz (200 g) Cheddar cheese chopped into small cubes
1 lg red bell pepper, chopped
1 medium onion, chopped
3 cloves of garlic, minced
1 lg Carrot, chopped into small cubes
8 ox (200g) Potatoes, pealed and chopped into small cubes
Dried oregano
oil for deep frying
15 flour wrappers (lumpia wrapper, wanton wrappers, or dumpling wrapper 4.5 X 4.5 is ideal
Salt & Pepper

Instructions:

Steam carrots & Potatoes for 2 min
place garlic & onions in a frying pan until fragrant
Add the chopped ham and fry 1 min
Add the vegetables and cook for 3 more min
Sprinkle some oregano and season with salt & pepper to taste
Move the mixture into a colander & let sit 5 min or until the oil is drained
Mix in the cheese
cut the wrapper into 2 equal size rectangles
Spoon the mixture into the wrapper & fold into triangle (this takes a little practice)
Deep fry until golden brown
Place the triangles onto a serving dish and garnish with fresh parsley & tomato slices
To get rid of excess oil place layers of kitchen paper onto a dish (paper towels will work) and let the triangles drain before serving.

Loureen Johnson

 

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Comments

  1. Ty Johnson

    Please leave a comment and rate the recipe.

  2. Jona Ranada

    YUM!! I should get into it. Im inspired! :)

  3. These sound really good

    • Ty Johnson

      These little guys are very yummy!

  4. This looks so yummy. the recipe mentions lumpia wrappers or wanton wrappers, are they one in the same, or is the Filipino wrapper made differently?

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