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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 more
20 min
40 min
12 servings
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great recipe - I made it as for a Christmas party & it was a big hit! I doubled the recipe and it still wasn't enough for the demand. Instead of green onion I used 1/2 tsp of dried onion mix and 1/4 tsp of paprika and mixed in w/ the crabmeat mixture. They were fabulous!
I LOVE THESES!! I've been making them for about 4 years now and every year they are gone fast! I use filo dough instead of won ton wrappers. They were sold out at the store and I ended up liking it better!!
Very good recipe. Doesn't need garlic. Tastes restaurant quality. Top it off with sweet and sour sauce to finish. Looks great and festive. Only negative is that baked wontons were a little sharp making difficult to eat. I'm considering folding it over and baking vs. leaving open to address sharp edge issue.
I thankfully read some of the other comments before making these. It needs some tweaking to me, but basically very good. I used exactly recipe called for ingredients, but did add some garlic as suggested in the reviews. I also did bake the wontons some first which was a great idea. They just need "something" but I couldn't put my finger on what. My friend loved them and asked for the recipe.
Very disappointed in this recipe after reading all the good reviews. Made them for a Family Holiday get together and they were a flop. I used fresh crabmeat, and followed the recipe exact but added garlic,salt,pepper,and some Old Bay Seasoning and guest said they were too fishy tasting. I will not make again.
A good base recipe. The filling definitely needed some additions. I'll try it again with a few variations to make it better.
I loved this was easy, plus I really liked the "no frying" for extra calories. I made these 2 yrs ago at Christmas and it was a hit...and have made them every so often for family, and business get to-gethers. I truly think you'll be amazed at the taste and be ready to make more!!! I didn't find I had to bake the shell ahead of was perfect the way the recipe called for, although I have done it with shrimp too. Thanks for the recipe...keep them coming!
Big word of advice: bake wonton shells for a few minutes before putting in filling. If you don't the bottoms of the shells will never fully harden and the sides will turn dark brown. The filling is fabulous! Enjoy!
I have tried this receipe a few times with changes each time, finally with sucess instead of using the canned crab meat I used cut up shrimp and cut crab pieces and it was fantastic. I am making this for my christmas snack table. Yum Yum
OMG! These are AMAZING! Trust me, you can use your favorite mayo, cream cheese and crabmeat. I had everything except the won ton wrappers and green onions. I'm not even a crabmeat lover at all. But I made them for my friends and family and they went crazy. So I had one and I'm hooked on them. People add this and that, I just used the 4 listed above and baked for 18 min., garnished with a little more green onions. AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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