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Crab Rangoon

Crab Rangoon recipe
photo by:kraft
absolutely tasty!!! Love the fact that I didn't have to make any adjustments to the recipe.
posted by
shoebutton
on 10/17/2012
time
prep:
20 min
total:
30 min
servings
total:
15 servings
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posted:
6/15/2007
these were delish! My whole family loved them .
posted:
5/20/2007
Love them! Yummy! My daughter couldn't get enough!
posted:
5/2/2007
I made this for New Years, and shared it with both my family and my boyfriend’s family (of course I made more than 30). It was sooo good. My family couldn't stop eating them (I had to hide them) and for my boyfriend’s family, lets just say that that his mother had no complains to make this time. At the end of the day everyone was asking me for more.
posted:
4/8/2007
ok i really messed this recipe up. I need to make it again to see if it comes out better. I prepared the wonton wrappers the day before and refrigerated it to fry them the next day. And all the wrappers got stuck together and separating them was a nightmare. they broke and when i fried them all the inside came out. Next time i am gonna fry them the moment i prepare them.
posted:
3/27/2007
very good I had left over crab it was perfect in this recipe. Would make again they were a big hit with the family.
posted:
3/26/2007
Very simple, easy, and even better than the restaurants!
posted:
3/12/2007
I made mine with whipped cream cheese... BIG MISTAKE! The air inside made the wontons bubble! I also did mine in a fry daddy deep frying machine... 10 times better than pan fried! Does anyone have any tips about what to do to prevent the wontons from bubbling and releasing all of the filling? <<< Response from Kraft Kitchens Expert, Wendy ~ You should be sure to moisten the edges of the dough well and press them together well. This should seal the filling inside. If there is moisture on the dough when finished, it would be best to wait until it is completely dry prior to deep frying. Letting the wontons sit in the refrigerator would hasten the drying process. >>>
posted:
3/7/2007
Hey, i did freeze some leftover cooked wontons, both the ones i baked and the ones i fried, and they reheated nicely after thawed. I reheated some in a microwave and some in a 300 oven. they were just as good reheated. so that's nice,you can make them ahead and freeze them for parties, cuz they take a while to put together, if people are coming over...PS WONTON WRAPPERS ARE FOUND IN YOUR PRODUCE DEPT!
posted:
2/3/2007
These were very easy and fun to make. I had never used wonton wrappers before and they were great to work with. I actually did not used the flavored cream cheese since my husband doesn't care for onions and they still turned out wounderfully. He said they were better than ordering them from a resturant.
posted:
2/3/2007
If you use regular cream cheese, finely chopped onions and onion powder it tasted just as great
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