Crispy Wonton Chicken Stacks ~ Thai Style

Now here is a delicious little appetizer or starter ~ not too filling with layers of interesting flavors.

Crispy and crunchy, wonton wrappers piled high with basil, mint, cilantro, slivers of chili, shredded chicken and finished with a sweet & savory drizzle.

I always end up with a few extra won ton skins at the end of the package and this is a great way to utilize them.

If you're fond of Asian food, I think you may like this recipe ~ they went over really well at my house. :)

If you would like a printable copy of the recipe you can find it HERE on my recipe blog.

Thank you for stopping by! Please leave me a comment if you'd like.


  1. They look great! I have yet to eat Thai food....but I am sure I would love it. As always, I love your photos!

  2. How totally fresh looking! Mary I love what black sesame seeds do to dishes..It's like dotting the i's with hearts:)

  3. I love Thai food... this looks great!

  4. I couldn't get to the recipe, Mari... is there a broken link or something?

  5. I get the recipe, Thai sounds great.!!!

  6. sounds and looks delsih, and i am even eating see's as i type!

  7. Hi and THANK YOU everybody!

    Karen, it must have been a bad link, I think I've corrected it now. Thanks for pointing that out.

    Have a great weekend everyone! xo

  8. Uhhh...can I come over????
    Those look killer!

  9. pure heaven. I've got to make this. Your blog is such an inspiration to me, I look forward to all of yoru posts. Did you get a new camera recently?

  10. Oh Mary, it is only 6:00 AM here on the west coast and my mouth is watering. This will definitely be on our menu in the next week.

  11. Oh how wonderful this looks!! I just made a chicken salad with wonton crispies and it was wonderful. This looks like a delicious salad;D

  12. I love everything about this!

  13. I wanted to let you know that I nominated you for Best Community Blog Effort on Foodbuzz.

    I love your blog!


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