- 1 package wonton wrappers
- berries (blueberries, raspberries or blackberries)
- sweetened sour cream (stir in approximately 1 teaspoon honey or sugar per ¼ cup sour cream)
- Use an inverted glass like a cookie cutter to cut the won-ton wrappers into rounds.
- Or, if you prefer, wrappers can be left square.
- Place lightly salted water on the stove to boil while preparing the dumplings.
- Use enough water so the dumplings can move freely about without crowding, otherwise they will stick together.
- Place about one teaspoon of berries in the center of the won-ton wrapper.
- Be careful not to use so many berries that they are likely to leak out during cooking.
- Place about one teaspoon of sugar on the berries.
- Moisten the edges of the wonton wrapper.
- Fold over the edges sealing well.
- If you used round wrappers, your dumplings will now be in half circles.
- If you used square wrappers, you will have triangular shaped dumplings.
- Repeat until won-ton wrappers or berries are used up.
- Reduce the heat on the boiling water to a gentle simmer.
- Drop the dumplings in the hot water one at a time.
- To prevent the dumplings from sticking together, stir once around the pot with a wooden spoon.
- Do this only when necessary, as you do not want to break open the won-ton wrapper and have the filling leak out.
- Simmer gently about 5 minutes.
- When done, remove dumplings from water using a slotted spoon.
- Drain well.
- Using small serving bowls; place 2 – 3 dumplings in each bowl.
- Top the dumplings with a dollop of the sweetened cream.
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