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Cheesesteak Wontons

Cheesesteak Wontons

What’s up everybody, I just wanted to introduce myself to you all as a new contributor to the YGET crew. I’m a southern fat boy at heart (and in stature, although channeling my inner Lance Armstrong is helping cut the bullshxt) & have tons of crazy food and beer info for y’all. First up is the recipe that caught the YGET staff’s attention: Cheesesteak Wontons.

Who doesn’t love a good cheesesteak? Exploring the Asian American fusion cuisine scene, I figured to try my hand at combining an american staple and chinese carryout mainstay that was big on flavor but quick on cook time.

Cheesesteak Wontons

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Serves: 4

Serving size: 2 Wontons

Calories: 346

These little Philly cheesesteak "cups" are a little healthier than their big, bready namesake. Try them with mashed potatoes / mashed cauliflower if you'd prefer not to go the fries route! Serving Size: 2 wontons
  • 2 Cups Ribeye Steak - Thinly sliced (Use Steak-Eze / Steakums if you prefer)
  • 1 Small Onion - chopped
  • ½ Green Pepper
  • ½ Red Pepper
  • 4 Slices Provolone Cheese
  • 16 Wonton Wrappers
  • 1 Tbsp Olive Oil
  • Lawry's Season Salt (a couple of shakes to add flavor the steak)
  1. Preheat oven to 375 and spray cupcake / muffin pan with PAM or Olive Oil cooking spray.
  2. Cook your steaks / onions / peppers on the stovetop using the olive oil. You can use a touch of butter for flavor but it'll kick up your calorie count! I tossed in a little Lawry's instead.
  3. Place 2 wonton wrappers in each muffin pan space, rotate the top wrapper a little so the wonton cup makes a "flower" shape.
  4. Once the meat / veggies cook through, toss a tablespoon of the mixture in each wonton cup. Don't over fill the cups!
  5. Fold one slice of provolone cheese in half, then half it again. Place 2¼'s slices on each wonton to cover the meat mixture when it melts down.
  6. Pop the tray in the oven for 10-15 mins so the wonton can brown and get crunchy!
To make these a bit healthier, try subbing red meat for chicken breast or ground turkey. You can also toss in some chopped mushroom and lessen the amount of meat, this should help out even more. Mushrooms on my cheesesteak?! Love that shxt.


As for my hypebeersts out there (drinking craft beer is one of my constants), try pairing these heauxs with a solid IPA or Pale Ale. The more IBUs the better fam!

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