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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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Easy to make. Delicious to eat
So delicious. We couldn't stop eating them. They are delicious warm and cold. A total crowd pleaser. My guest were really impressed. And totally easy to make too!
Great! Leave out the crab and it's much better!
i read some reviews about real crab tasting very fishy. i used fake crab to try to get around this, but it was still very fishy tasting. however, the creaminess is wonderful and i like the texture of the baked wonton.
This is so quick and easy. Two of my most important criteria. And delicious. This will be saved for holidays and parties. Fantastic, made it just as written. Yummy.
The rangoons turned out wonderful! They were super easy to make and they look exactly like the picture.
I made this recipe as an appetizer last year for the xmas party I have every xmas eve and it was a hit!!!! It fit perfectly with my seafood inspiration but because I forgot the green onion, I used jalepenos instead, and yumm what a delicous appetizer. I have to make these for the next xmas party, if I dont everyone says their not
just like at the restaurants, NAILED IT! I did fold the wonton over, and sealed edges with damp fingers. I baked half of these, and pan-fried the other half of the rangoons, in shallow dab of oil. BOTH WERE DELISH, hard to say which was better. KIDS ARE GREAT HELPERS, and these DO take time, if you fold them over like i did. Keep those wontons wrapped up snugly, and only take out about 5 or 6 to work with, otherwise, the wontons WILL dry out, and crack a bit while you fold them. THESE FREEZE NICELY, TOO, so you CAN make them ahead, cook them, freeze them, and then thaw/reheat in warm oven til warmed up enough to serve. AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!! I'D GIVE IT 6 STARS IF I COULD.
I forgot to buy green onions, so I used onion powder instead and they turned out fabulous!
We loved this, but it seems to be missing some sort of seasoning. Perhaps it could do with a little bit of salt or some flavored cream cheese instead.
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