Savor Vegan Delights with These Wonton Wrappers Recipe!

Welcome to my kitchen, where I’ll be sharing with you a recipe that is an absolute game-changer for any vegan cook. Today, I’m going to teach you how to make your very own vegan wonton wrappers from scratch, and believe me when I say that this will completely transform the way you think about wontons.

If you’re anything like me, then you might have struggled in the past to find wonton wrappers that are 100% plant-based. In most cases, store-bought wrappers contain animal-based ingredients such as eggs or milk. But not anymore! With my homemade vegan wonton wrapper recipe, which uses simple ingredients like cornstarch, flour, and warm water, you’ll be able to enjoy delectable dumplings without compromising your values.

But it’s not just about being animal-friendly. This recipe will also enable you to create delicious dumplings with a paper-thin skin that is perfectly crispy when fried. So why settle for store-bought when you can make your own vegan wonton wrappers that are tastier, healthier, and more satisfying?

So, let’s get started on this exciting culinary adventure and learn how to make the perfect vegan wonton wrappers right in the comfort of our own kitchen!

Why You’ll Love This Recipe

Vegan Wonton Wrappers
Vegan Wonton Wrappers

Picture yourself sitting at a crowded dim sum restaurant, eagerly waiting for the steaming hot baskets of your favorite dumplings to arrive. Now imagine that you can recreate that experience at home with vegan wonton wrappers! Yes, you read it right, this recipe will let you enjoy vegan wontons like never before.

Don’t let the thought of making homemade wonton wrappers intimidate you. This recipe is incredibly easy and straightforward. Plus, making your vegan wonton wrappers allows you to control the ingredients and ensure there are no preservatives or unknown additives in your final dish.

As you bite into these crispy wontons, filled with tender vegetables and savory umami flavors, your taste buds will thank you. Not only are these wontons delicious, but they are also perfect for serving as appetizers for friends and family on special occasions or regular weeknight meals when you want something quick but satisfying.

What’s more, these vegan wonton wrappers are versatile and suitable for countless recipes. From filling them with protein-packed firm tofu and fresh veggies to rich shiitake mushrooms and cream cheese, the possibilities are endless. Get creative with your fillings or stick to traditional recipes like wonton soup or gyoza dumplings.

The best part about this recipe is that it is entirely customizable to your taste preferences. Whether you like your wrappers paper-thin or slightly thicker, they will turn out just how you like them every time you make them.

So why not give it a try? You deserve the best appetizers vegetarian cuisine has to offer without sacrificing flavor or nutrition. Who knows, maybe one day you’ll even show up at dim sum restaurants with your own homemade vegan dumpling wrappers!

Ingredient List

 These vegan wonton wrappers are the perfect base for all your favorite Asian-inspired dishes.
These vegan wonton wrappers are the perfect base for all your favorite Asian-inspired dishes.

Let’s start with the ingredients you’ll need for this homemade vegan wonton wrapper recipe:

Ingredients 1:

  • 2 cups flour (maida)
  • ½ cup warm water
  • 2 tsp cornstarch
  • ½ tsp salt

Ingredients 2:

  • 1 cup dried shiitake mushrooms
  • 1 tablespoon soy sauce
  • 1 tablespoon oil
  • 1 tablespoon cornstarch
  • ½ teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon sugar
  • 1 package of firm tofu, drained and mashed

You’ll also need a few tablespoons more of warm water to adjust the dough consistency if needed.

Note: You can easily find these ingredients at your local grocery store.

Now that we have all the ingredients ready, it’s time to get started on this easy yet delicious recipe!

The Recipe How-To

 Freshly made wonton wrappers have a satisfying chewiness that store-bought simply cannot recreate.
Freshly made wonton wrappers have a satisfying chewiness that store-bought simply cannot recreate.

Now, the fun part – making the vegan wonton wrappers.

Step 1: Mix the Dough

In a bowl, mix 2 cups of all-purpose flour and 1/2 teaspoon of salt using a wooden spoon or a whisk.

Pour 3/4 cup of warm water gradually into the bowl and form the mixture into a dough. Knead for 10-15 minutes until the dough becomes smooth and elastic.

Step 2: Resting Time

Wrap the dough in plastic wrap or cover it with a damp towel, and let it rest at room temperature for at least 30 minutes.

Step 3: Roll and Cut

After resting, knead for an additional 5 minutes, then divide the dough into two pieces. Roll it out as thin as possible on a clean surface using flour to avoid sticking.

Cut small squares from each rolled-out portion of the dough using a knife or cookie cutter. The squares must be paper-thin, around 2-3 inches.

Step 4: Assemble

Place one teaspoon filling on each square won-ton wrapper.

Brush around the edges with water using your finger or a pastry brush so that they adhere when folded over.

Fold each wrapped filling in half to form triangles, pinching edges firmly together to seal.

Step 5: Cook

Heat water in a large pot, bring it to boil, then add a pinch of salt. Place the won-tons in boiling water and cook them until they rise to the top (usually takes around 3 to 4 minutes).

Take them out using a slotted spoon and rinse them gently with cold water.

You can finally enjoy your very own homemade vegan wonton wrappers!

Substitutions and Variations

 With just a few simple ingredients and a little patience, you'll have homemade wonton wrappers faster than you can say
With just a few simple ingredients and a little patience, you’ll have homemade wonton wrappers faster than you can say “takeout.”

Vegan wonton wrappers are incredibly versatile and can be used in a variety of recipes. Here are some variations and substitutions you can try:

– Gluten-free: If you’re gluten intolerant, you can substitute the all-purpose flour with a gluten-free flour mix. Look for one that’s suitable for making dumpling or pasta dough.

– Whole wheat: For a healthier twist, use whole wheat flour instead of all-purpose flour. The texture will be slightly different, but the taste will still be delicious.

– Mushroom filling: Shiitake mushrooms are a classic ingredient in Chinese dumplings. You can add dried shiitake mushroom to your filling for an extra umami flavor.

– Tofu and vegetable filling: For a healthy vegan filling, you can mix crumbled firm tofu with finely chopped vegetables such as carrot, cabbage, and green onion. Season with soy sauce and sesame oil.

– Cream cheese filling: If you’re looking for a creamy filling, you can mix vegan cream cheese with finely chopped herbs such as chives or parsley. Add salt and pepper to taste.

– Frankin Farms meatless ground: For those who crave for meaty texture without the actual meat, this plant-based meat alternative is just what you might need. Use it as a substitute for diced tofu or other fillings.

– Wrappers variation: You can also experiment with different wrappers such as gyoza or egg roll wrappers to make potstickers or spring rolls respectively.

Experimenting with these variations will allow you to create unique flavors and textures that suit your personal taste preferences—expanding the possibilities of mouth-watering appetizers and main dishes!

Serving and Pairing

 These wrappers are versatile enough to be stuffed with anything from veggies to tofu to shiitake mushrooms.
These wrappers are versatile enough to be stuffed with anything from veggies to tofu to shiitake mushrooms.

Congratulations! You’ve made your own homemade vegan wonton wrappers. So, what’s next? You may be wondering how to enjoy these crispy delights properly. I’ve got you covered. Here are a few ideas on how to serve and pair your freshly made vegan wonton wrappers.

Firstly, the great thing about wontons is their versatility. You can either deep-fry them, steam them or pan-fry them to crisp perfection. If you’re looking for a healthier option, I’d suggest steaming them. This method locks in the flavors and prevents the wrapper from becoming too oily.

Next, let’s talk fillings. Since wonton wrappers have delicate and subtle taste, they work well with both sweet and savory fillings. For a classic option, you can fill your wontons with veggies like shiitake mushrooms, firm tofu, or a tofu-vegetable mixture. To make it more flavorful, you can add some soy sauce or other condiments to the filling.

If you have a sweet tooth, remember that wonton wrappers are not just limited to savory options. Sweet versions exist too! Cream cheese or fruit-based fillings such as diced apples and cinnamon make for deliciously sweet wontons.

Now that we’ve talked about cooking techniques and filling options, let’s discuss how you can pair your vegan wontons for a complete meal experience. You could consider making some homemade vegan soups like miso or hot and sour soup. You can also serve your wontons alongside some lightly-stirred vegetables with some spicy chili oil for dipping sauce.

In summary, vegan wonton wrappers are an excellent appetizer for any occasion – be it parties or family dinners. They’re easy to customize to suit your preferences and are simple to make at home using staple ingredients like flour and cornstarch!

Make-Ahead, Storing and Reheating

 Impress your dinner guests by letting them in on the secret that your wonton wrappers are homemade.
Impress your dinner guests by letting them in on the secret that your wonton wrappers are homemade.

Who says that good food can’t be made in advance? One of the benefits of this vegan wonton wrapper recipe is its flexibility. You can make it ahead of time to store in the fridge or freezer for later use. And as a busy vegan chef, I know how critical it is to have easy-to-reheat meals if you’re always in a rush.

Here’s what you need to know about making, storing and reheating your homemade vegan wonton wrappers.


To save time, you can make the dough ahead of time and store it for up to 3 days in the refrigerator. After kneading the dough, wrap it in plastic or place it in an airtight container, and let it rest for at least 30 minutes. The longer it rests, the easier it will be to handle when you start working on your wonton wrappers.


When storing your homemade vegan wonton wrappers, you need to keep them dry and separated to avoid sticking together. The best way to do this is by placing parchment paper between each wrapper and store them in an airtight container. Refrigerated vegan wonton wrappers can last up to 1 week while frozen ones can last up to 3 months.


The best way to reheat your vegan wonton wrappers is by steaming them or boiling them. Do not use the microwave as they may turn out rubbery. Simply boil them for 2-3 minutes, or until they become tender and plump again.

I recommend reheating the wrapper before stuffing it with filling as this helps avoid tearing while folding. With these simple tips, you’ll enjoy crispy and chewy vegan dumplings every time!

Tips for Perfect Results

 There's something undeniably satisfying about creating your own dough from scratch - and these vegan
There’s something undeniably satisfying about creating your own dough from scratch – and these vegan

Creating the perfect wonton wrappers can be challenging, but with these expert tips, you’ll be a master in no time. Here are my top tips for achieving the best results when making vegan wonton wrappers.

1. Flour and Water Ratio

It is important to get the right ratio of flour to water when making the dough. Too little water will result in dough that is difficult to work with, while too much water will make it hard to roll out your wonton wrappers. A ratio of 2 cups of flour to 1 cup of warm water should do the trick.

2. Resting Time

Allow the dough to rest for at least 30 minutes before rolling out your wonton wrappers. This will help the gluten in the flour relax and ensure that your dough is easier to work with.

3. Cornstarch

Cornstarch helps keep the dough from sticking together and makes it easier to roll out paper-thin wrappers. Dust your rolling surface with cornstarch before rolling out your dough.

4. Rolling Pin

A good quality rolling pin will help you achieve even and uniform thickness on your wonton wrappers. Choose a rolling pin that feels comfortable in your hands and has a smooth surface.

5. Cut Your Wrappers Evenly

When cutting out your wonton wrappers, make sure they are all the same size by using a cookie cutter or a sharp knife. This will help them cook evenly and look more visually appealing.

6. Steam Your Wrappers

To ensure that your vegan wonton wrapper comes out light and fluffy, steam them instead of boiling them in water. Place them in a steamer basket for about 2-3 minutes until they become slightly translucent.

With these tips, you’ll have perfect vegan wonton wrappers every time!


Before we say our goodbyes, let’s address some frequently asked questions about this vegan wonton wrapper recipe. It’s completely normal to have a few queries or concerns, especially when trying out something new. So, let’s dive right in and clear up any doubts you might have!

What are vegan wonton wrappers made of?

When choosing wonton wrappers for a vegan recipe, it’s important to ensure that the product you select is free from any animal-derived ingredients. One option to consider is Nasoya’s vegan wonton wraps, which are made with a simple combination of wheat flour, water, and salt. Just be sure to double-check the ingredients list to confirm that you’re purchasing the version without eggs, as Nasoya offers a non-vegan alternative as well.

Are wonton wrappers usually vegan?

While there are vegan-friendly wonton options available, the traditional recipe for wontons typically includes ingredients such as egg and meat that are not suitable for a vegan diet.

How do you seal wonton wrappers without eggs?

To seal a wonton wrapper, moisten all sides with a bit of water using your finger. Afterward, fold it into a triangular shape and press both sides to seal it shut. The water works like a glue to keep the wonton perfectly closed.

Can I substitute egg roll wrappers for wonton wrappers?

When looking to make wontons, it’s important to note that while egg roll wrappers can work as a replacement for wonton sheets in fried or pan-fried recipes, they won’t yield the best results for steamed wontons. So, if you’re planning on making steamed wontons, it’s best to stick to proper wonton sheets for optimal texture and taste.

Bottom Line

With these vegan wonton wrappers, you no longer have to miss out on the deliciousness of wonton soups, dumplings, or any other wonton-based recipe. These homemade vegan wonton wrappers are inexpensive, and the ingredients are readily available at your local grocery store. This recipe is easy to follow and can be easily personalized to suit your taste preferences.

Additionally, this recipe provides a healthier alternative to the traditional wonton wrapper as it is made with fewer preservatives and animal products. You can also substitute the filling for tofu, vegetables, mushrooms, or noodles. The possibilities of creating savory vegan recipes are endless.

So, if you’re looking for a tasty appetizer option that not only satisfies your taste buds but is also cruelty-free and easy on your pocket, these vegan wonton wrappers are sure to do the trick. Try out this recipe next time you feel like having dim sum at home, and I’m sure you won’t be disappointed! Once you try these homemade vegan wonton wrappers, you’ll never want to buy another pre-made package from the store again!

Vegan Wonton Wrappers

Vegan Wonton Wrappers Recipe

These buggers are tremendously challenging to find in any retail store, so I figured that it would be most prudent just to do it myself .. I have not attempted this particular recipe just yet, but plan to do so (and then follow up by using them in the "Easy Vegan Ravioli" - Recipe #177428). Should anyone happen to try it out before me, I would love to hear your feedback. **this was found on the Vegweb site, posted by user: "aurorakitten". I have not altered a single detail.
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Prep Time 1 hr
Cook Time 0 mins
Course Appetizer
Cuisine Vegan
Calories 113.8 kcal


  • 2 cups flour (your choice)
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 cup warm water
  • cornstarch


  • Sift together flour and salt in a bowl.
  • Slowly stir in warm water - dough will be very stiff. Knead dough on floured surface till smooth, about 15 minutes. Cover with towel and let stand for 20 minutes.
  • This part takes some elbow grease, be warned. Roll about a half of the dough out, as thin as you can. I'm not that strong so mine stay a little on the thick side. It should make thirty-two 3-inch squares but I'm lucky to get sixteen. Repeat for other half of dough.
  • To store (if there are any leftovers, anyway) just sprinkle with cornstarch and keep in an airtight bag in the fridge or freezer.
  • To make "eggless" or spring rolls just cut bigger squares, 6-8 inches or so.
  • Serves: 8 servings of 4. (total of 32).

Add Your Own Notes


Serving: 46gCalories: 113.8kcalCarbohydrates: 23.9gProtein: 3.2gFat: 0.3gSaturated Fat: 0.1gSodium: 146.4mgFiber: 0.8gSugar: 0.1g
Keyword < 60 Mins, Asian, Easy, Egg-free, Free Of..., Healthy, Low Cholesterol, Vegan
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