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Crispy Whole Wheat Won Ton with Pan Seared Flank Steak Tower
Fortune Whole Wheat Won Ton Wrappers - CHEF INSPIRED - 1 serving
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Ingredients

4   each Fortune Whole Wheat Won Ton, fried crispy
3  oz. Pan Seared Flank Steak, sliced on bias
4  oz. Chimichurri Sauce
1  each Heirloom Yellow Zebra Tomato, cored, sliced thick
5  each Asparagus, blanched, sautee'd, split lenthwise
1/2  cup Jalapeno Chow Chow Relish, garnish
1/4  tsp. Black Sesame Seeds, garnish
  CHIMICHURRI SAUCE
1  cup Italian Parsley and/or Cilantro, firmly packed
1/4  cup Oregano, fresh (optional)
2  each Garlic Cloves, peeled
1  Tbsp. Red Onion, minced
3  Tbsp. Extra Virgin Olive Oil
2  Tbsp. Lime Juice, fresh squeezed
1/4  tsp. Sea Salt, to taste
  JALAPENO CHOW CHOW RELISH
1/4  cup Jalapeno, green, julienned, discard seeds
1/4  cup Red Onions, julienned
1/4  cup Rice Wine Vinegar, seasoned
1/4  cup Water
1  Tbsp. Sugar, granulated
1/4  tsp. Sea Salt

Instructions

1) Dollop 1 Tbsp of chimichurri sauce onto appetizer plate and spread around.
2) Have all your mixtures prepped in separate bowls nearby.
3) Then start building the Tower by placing one crispy wonton skin onto sauce.
4) Layer asparagus and heirloom yellow zebra tomato slices onto crispy wonton.
5) Finish with a drizzle of chimichurri sauce and Jalapeno Chow Chow Relish.
6) Complete each layer by repeating steps 2 through 5.
7) Optional: For an Indonesian flavor profile marinate raw flank meat with mushroom soy sauce, fermented black beans and orange oil.
8) CHIMICHURRI SAUCE
9) Add all ingredients to small bowl and mixed together.
10) Let mixture meld for 30 minute at room temperature.
11) JALAPENO CHOW CHOW
12) Add all ingredients to small sauce pan and bring to a boil.
13) Remove from stove the moment it boils and let steep for 15 minutes at room temperature.
14) Strain remaining liquid for immediate use as garnish.