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Crispy Won Tons with Asian Dipping Sauce

Crispy Won Tons with Asian Dipping Sauce recipe
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Baked won ton wrappers hold a savory filling of pork, flavored cream cheese spread, ginger and sesame oil. The appetizers are served with a soy and rice wine sauce.
time
prep:
25 min
total:
37 min
servings
total:
16 servngs
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posted:
11/23/2009
they were so easy and fun to make
posted:
10/9/2009
i really didint care for th wontons. the texture wasnt all that great.But i loved the baking in oven part.
posted:
8/1/2009
I was curious about cream cheese in a so called Chinese recipe. It's not exactly traditional. I wasn't very impressed with the texture, not meaty enough. Unfortunately, none of the ingredients use really shorten the prep time of actual wontons. And while wontons don't have to be deep-fried, just cooking them on a pan fails to properly moisten the skins. If you want to pan-fry them, you should go the potstickers way, brown the bottoms and add a half cup of cold water then cover. I garantee you this would make much better fake wontons.
posted:
1/6/2009
I made the pork mix earlier in the day to allow the flavors to develop. It was a huge hit at our party. I instead opted for an easy sweet asian dip.... next time I'll look for a dip that adds a bit of spice, too.
posted:
12/9/2008
these are great! I used a homemade sweet n' sour sauce and it was very tasty. the kids loved helping me make these :)
posted:
10/14/2008
very crispy and delisous
posted:
6/24/2008
These taste good. But I would cut back the sesame oil to 1/2 teaspoon. It overpowers the cream cheese. I also added some garlic.
posted:
3/17/2008
I forgot to add to my previou posting that I did cut the sesame oil back to 1/2 tsp. and the shrimp I used was a small can of salad shrimp.
posted:
1/16/2008
This recipe was good, but I thought there was too much sesame oil. I guess I am not a big fan of the oil. I left out the pork due to it being a side dish for beef stir fry. The filling needed more flavor though, maybe salt, garlic, something. Will try again jazzing it up myself though!
posted:
11/28/2007
this recipe wasnt that great. the wonton wrappers were dry and hurt my mouth to eat it. i even tried to give them a second chance by using ingredients to moisten the texture, but no luck. i dont recommend this recipe, nor will i EVER make it again. the tastes did not go together, and it tasted like something you would get overcooked at jack in the box.
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