Ready in 45 minutes
these are made with wonton wrappers and will save you the trip to a specialty store if you do not have one nearby
"Very very tasty recipe. Unlike several other reviewers, I did use the chesnuts & they were still good, although I wouldnt mind trying it without them. Also, a little suggestion: Add about 2 teaspoons of soy sauce. It'll make them a little saltier. Andalso, this recipe yields a LOT of rangoons s o becareful"- chefnuevav
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Let creame cheese sit to room temerature, then mix with drained crab meat. Chop up drained water chestnuts and green onions, add to mixture. Beat until smooth. Using a small spoon, put enough of the crab mixture into a wonton wrapper that you may still be able to fold the wonton in two making a triangle, and sealing the edges with water. Bring the points of the wrapper together. You may bake or deep fry these. If deep frying, fry in a deep fryer until a golden brown. If baking, also cook at 400F until you see a golden color. Serve with duck sauce.
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muel0297 3 months agoGood not great. Needs a little garlic and soy sauce to make it complete
Elimene 3 months agoI've made this recipe twice now and the second time I tried it with Lobster instead of crab and it was Amazing! Also the sweet hot Chilli sauce is a great addition to dip rangoons in
Ashlee12 5 months agoGreat! Won't be buying these from the china restaurant anymore! Didnt use water chestnuts and I fried them they were tasty!
sweetcake5 6 months agoI love it
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dakotarussell 9 months agoNot precisely what I was expecting. The onion flavor pretty much drowned out everything else. I'd say half a bunch would be sufficient, maybe less. I'd also recommend deep-frying. I didn't get very good results with the baking method.
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Zombiemassacre6 1 year agoGreat! Wonton wraps were a bit too small, and this recipe makes a LOT! We baked them, but I suggest frying them.
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lady_laura 1 year agoJust made this last night and it was tasty
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MandyPandy36 1 year agoLabor intensive & needs some sugar & garlic salt. Still pretty delicious.
GabeG 1 year agoI've made these about 7 to 8 times for family gatherings like birthdays and Christmas and even though my girlfriend and i prepped over 120 last time we made them, there still weren't enough to go around. Great Recipe! Note: A deep fryer helps a lot if you have access to one.
morehouse 1 year agosuper easy to make!! we baked them and they turned out great. we added a tablespoon of soy sauce, minced garlic and olive oil to the mixture and it was fabulous!!
chefnuevav 1 year agoVery very tasty recipe. Unlike several other reviewers, I did use the chesnuts & they were still good, although I wouldnt mind trying it without them. Also, a little suggestion: Add about 2 teaspoons of soy sauce. It'll make them a little saltier. Andalso, this recipe yields a LOT of rangoons s o becareful