Introduction: Bacon Won Tons

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Won tons.  The delicious fried appetizer.  How to make them better, you ask?  Just add bacon!

Here's What You Will Need

5-6 Mushrooms
1 Large Onion
6-7 Strips of Bacon
5-6 Green Onions
2-3 Celery Stalks
Won Ton Wrappers
Oil for Frying

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Step 1: First Things First

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Fry up that bacon.  Mmmm.  Bacon.  

Then chop it up into the tiniest bits you can.  Mmmm.  Bacon bits.

Step 2: Chop the Veggies

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Same as the bacon, chop all your veggies into itty bitty bits.

Step 3: Mix It Up

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Mix all of the chopped ingredients in equal amounts in a large bowl.

Season with some seasoned salt (I used lawrys)

Mix it all together and let it sit for about half an hour to develop the flavor.

Step 4: Assemble Your Won Tons!

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Now, there are several ways you can fold a won ton, which I outline in my Five Ways to Fry a Won Ton instructable.

To keep it simple, simply place a tablespoon of your filling on the wrapper, then fold it over diagonally.  Press all the edges to seal the wonton.

Step 5: Fry Your Won Tons!

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Fry em up!  I fried mine in oil on medium-high on my stove, for about 1-2 minutes per side.

Make sure to flip them halfway through if you are cooking them on the stove.

Step 6: Enjoy!

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Enjoy!  You now have delicious bacon won tons to enjoy with a meal or on their own.

Or, as I usually do, as a meal themselves.  YUM!

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