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Question about wontons for Chinese Hot Pot

Dave MP | Jan 31, 201506:33 PM     23

I have some homemade frozen pork wontons in my freezer from about a month ago. They're completely uncooked, so the meat is raw inside, and they are completely frozen.

I'd like to bring them to a friend's hot pot dinner, since she is excited about trying them, but I'm trying to figure out whether I should cook the wontons first (either partially or fully) before putting them into the hot pot. Anyone have experience with this? I guess I'm more used to simply using pre-cooked dumplings or meatballs and/or very thinly sliced meat.

Thanks in advance!
Dave MP

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