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Baked Crab Rangoon

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What's old is new again, and so's this classic appetizer. Crispy won ton wrappers hold a creamy mixture of crab meat for a better-for-you bite that will never go out of sty...read more
time
prep:
20 min
total:
40 min
servings
total:
12 servings
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posted:
1/6/2011
I added some garlic salt and wasabi sauce to give more flavor, moistened the edges and folded the corners together and baked 15 minutes. This made about 30 for a cocktail party. They were easy to eat - not messy when you're trying to juggle a plate, a napkin and a drink - and they were gone quickly. Not hard to make although expensive - small canned shrimp or less expensive crab would be fine. Many compliments, although some of that was from people who thought baked wontons were pretty fancy.
posted:
1/6/2011
Family liked the crunchy won ton and soft filling
posted:
1/6/2011
My family loves crab rangoons! So after seeing this recipe, I had to make it. It tastes wonderful. Highly recommend this!
posted:
1/5/2011
definitely a keeper 2011 New Years HIT. used mini-muffin tins, not sure how the won ton wrappers i had would fill regular muffin tin cups. - definitely pre-bake the won tons so they are crunchier. - next time, would use the cream cheese, eliminate mayo, or only use 1TB or so of mayo, plus 1TB or so of milk to thin it - recipe as is, for my friends was a little too thin. Easy & delicious, disappeared quickly.
posted:
1/4/2011
Excellent appetizer for New Year's Eve party!
posted:
1/2/2011
Yummy! I changed it up a bit - used 2 pollock fish fillets because hubby has shell fish allergies and used 8 ounces of fat free cream cheese. Followed the directions to crisp up first before baking. Again...yummy!
posted:
1/2/2011
great app. folding corners helps keep the edges from burning also makes it easer to remove from the muffin pan, ive made these several times always a big hit. thank u for another great idea. i use crab and tiny shrimp double the recipe. yummy!!!!
posted:
1/1/2011
I wanted to review this recipe because I almost didn't make it due to some negative reviews. I baked the wontons for 8 mins and let them cool, added the filling w. a little "accent" sprinkles, finished baking at my friends house (approx. 12 mins)....They were terrific!! Everyone loved them. Thank you Kraft for this quick, fancy, healthy recipe!!
posted:
1/1/2011
I made this last night (NYE)and loved it. I did however read the reviews and tweak the recipe a bit. I did use a full 8oz cream cheese, baked the shells for 6 -7 minutes before filling, added salt, garlic powder and sugar...I know it sounds weird but it just worked. I also went to my local Chinese restaurant and got a pint of sweet & sour sauce and drizzled a little bit on each one. Gave it the perfect ending to a yummy recipe. Thanks to everyone who commented for the great advice!
posted:
12/29/2010
These were not very good and the bottom of the cups were soggy. I even used real crabmeat not canned and added more seasoning. Tasted nothing like what I wanted it to.
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