Fried Wonton Packages filled with Dried Apricot, Apricot Preserves, Mascarpone
Chile Crème Anglaise, Pinenuts, Mint
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Challenge #3: Luxury Dinner Party
Challenge Prompt: Celebrate! You’ve made it this far, and the next challenge is to hold a party for your friends and family. Whether you’re an experienced host or an entertaining newbie, get creative and host a luxurious dinner party where your guests will discover new tastes and exotic flavors.
We served Apricot Wonton Ravioli, Chile Creme Anglaise at our Luxury Dinner Party – Modern Southwest. I hope you have a chance to stop by and enjoy the party! Votes may be cast now through Oct. 7th. If you are a fan of Luxury Dinner Party – Modern Southwest, please vote here! Muchas Gracias!
Apricot Wonton Ravioli
To make the filling, combine 2 parts rough chopped dried apricots, 1 part apricot preserves, and 1 part mascarpone cheese in a food processor. Pulse briefly to obtain a coarse consistency. Fill wonton wrappers with about a tablespoon of the apricot mixture, wet the edges with a little water, fold, and seal the package. Fry ravioli in peanut oil until golden brown. Drain on paper towels, keep warm.
Chile Crème Anglaise
- 8 egg yolks
- 1/2 c. sugar
- 1 qt. milk
- 1 vanilla bean, split lengthwise
To make crème anglaise, process egg yolk and sugar in a food processor until thickened to form a ribbon when poured. Remove to a large mixing bowl. Heat milk with vanilla until just below boiling. Stirring constantly, gradually add milk to egg mixture. Return the sauce to the pan and heat, stirring stirring constantly until thick enough to coat a spoon. Strain through a fine sieve to remove any curdled egg. Cool to room temperature. Add New Mexico chile powder to the sauce.
Ladle crème anglaise onto a plate, top with warm apricot wonton ravioli, garnish with pinenuts and mint.
This excellent recipe was adapted from Modern Southwest Cuisine by John Sedlar.
Extending a big Thank You to my dear friend Gail for making the Apricot Wonton Ravioli at our Luxury Dinner Party – Modern Southwest!
19 thoughts on “Apricot Wonton Ravioli, Chile Crème Anglaise”
My eyes are wide open!! I cannot believe this recipe. It had to taste so over the top great! Can’t wait to try it. Thanks. Great photos.
I can imagine how wonderful these taste, although I avoid making anything with so many egg yolks, due to cholesterol. Good luck with the challenge. I have already voted for you.
What a stunning recipe. I was drooling from the first photograph to your last sentence. I would never have thought of such an innovative recipe. I’m a huge fan of apricots, so I know that I would adore this. Thank you for sharing. You have my vote!
Love everything about this – from the apricot filling to the chile in the Creme Anglaise!
That looks delicious! I love the idea of using wonton wrappers for ravioli.
it seems really soooooooooooo good and tasty..
and you goy vote..good luck
oh wow, gorgeous flavours! Love the chile in this!
That looks so good. I love the hot factor in the creme anglaise. I would never think of doing that.
Cool (hot) idea! Nice photo. Spicy-sweet is wonderful.
The combo of apricot and chile sounds fabulous! I have been wanting to make wontons for a while and these might just be it! Thanks
That looks completely fabulous! And sitting in a pool of creme anglaise is the perfect way to finish it!
Wonderful flavors…just a beautiful recipe 🙂
Congrats Congrats going onto challenge #4!!! Must be exciting for you! Good luck and all the best. Happy Thanksgiving to you! You’ll be getting the next vote from me 🙂 Your awesome!
Have a happy thanksgiving!
jen @ http://www.passion4food.ca
Hey Lori Lynn,
How is it that my mouth starts salivating the moment I look at your blog? Don’t worry, I know why.
This dessert looks so luscious! Anything with cream and fruit and then fried…I’m there. I wish I really was. I really want to taste this!
Such a classy lady! great job and I love everything you do. You always manage to get a nice little twist into whatever you make. It’s uniquely yours and I don’t see anyone else making the food you do.
Thanks for stopping by and for your super sweet comment! Hugs!
Oh what a sweet creation!
This sounds amazing!!!! I am drooling here 🙂
Im amazed at all you are doing! Well done and so inspiring( the recipes and you).
Those look amazing. Drop. dead. amazing. I really want to try making them 🙂