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Baked Crab Rangoon

Baked Crab Rangoon recipe
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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 more
20 min
40 min
12 servings
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It was OK, but I'd add something with some zip to the cream cheese next time.
I doubled the amount of cream cheese to cut the fishyness. I also cooked the wonton wrappers in a mini-muffin pan for 7 minutes, added the mixture, then cooked for another 8-9 minutes. The mini-muffin pan made them bite-sized. Considering using 1/8 c mayo, & 1/8 c sour cream next time. Huge hit!!!
I have actually been making a variation of this for years, my kids love it! I use imitation crab because I am allergic to real crab. No fishy taste and is much easier to incorporate into the mixture. I also add about 2 Tbs of powder sugar to the mix, gives it that little extra something! It also helps to spray the tops of the won ton wrappers lightly with cooking spray to minimize the "browning"
VERY fishy w/ regular time I'll use the full 8 oz of cream cheese to cut the fishiness. Like the baked idea but will probably add some oil to bottom of pan to have it all crispy...bottom seemed a bit uncooked
I've made these several times and they are always a hit. I never would have thought to use won ton wrappers this way. I've made these with other cream cheese based dips, too, and it works. Have fun and experiment with fillings!
Very disappointing. Made for Christmas Eve a couple years ago. Not a big hit.
This is one of my favorite fatty foods revamped! Yum! I made this recipe a couple of weeks ago as a side dish for supper and am making it again right now as the main dish at lunch.
I like crab rangoon and these are really good. Only problem I had ws that the bottom of the wonton wrappers did not get crispy. The second time I made them I even tried to heat the pan first in the oven, but that didn't help either. Anyone have this same problem?
This is one of the best party appetizer!!! I get asked to bring it to all the parties during the holidays...I use the fat free imitation crab and mayo which brings down the fat and calories a little one has to know and they love them...Getting ready to make about 50 for tonight...Awesome recipe!
I make it every Thanksgiving to bring to my relatives. They look forward to it. They love them!
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