Saturday, September 26, 2009

Baked Crab Rangoon

What a strange name, I am never sure if I am saying it right, lol. This is my favorite appetizer to get at our little local Chinese food restaurant, I found a recipe on the Kraft web site and decided to give them a try. I made them to take to a Girls Night Out that I went to. It was a lot of fun, and they turned out pretty good :)

Baked Crab Rangoon

6oz crab meat
4 oz cream cheese
2 green onions sliced
1/4c. mayo
12 wonton wrappers

Heat oven to 350. Mix first 4 ingred. Spray 12 muffin cups with pam, line each with a wonton wrapper. Fill with the crab mixture. Bake 18-20 minutes until wontons are golden and filling is heated through.

I used my mini muffin pan, to mix the ingred. I put them all in a lg zip baggie, with a little asian seasoning, then squished it all together. Then a cut off a corner of the baggie and squeezed the filling into my cups. Clean up was easy :)
I wanted to sprinkle a little Mrs. Dash on these but I'm either all out or it's hiding in my cupboard somewhere, oh well :) :) :)


Kristina P. said...

Love crab rangoon.

Donna-FFW said...

What a simply delicious appetizer. They look lovely.

Lee the Hot Flash Queen said...

I am so impressed with your cooking abilities! You take something that I would never even think to try, and make it look so easy!

kyslp said...

I'm with Lee on this one. I love Crab Rangoon but I never even thought about making it at home. It looks great - and simple, too.

a corgi said...

this looks surprisingly easy and I bet they tasted scrumptious :)


Willoughby said...

It looks delicious! You can make some more and bring them to my house!

Lissaloo said...

Lee and kyslp- if it wasn't easy I wouldn't make it ;)

Willoughby- Friday night I will bring some appetizers you mix the drinks i'm so there! :)

5thsister said...

Willoughby's drinks, Lissaloos crab rangoon! Now what can I bring to the party?

Monica H said...

I have crab in my fridge now, but no wonton wrappers- dang it!

Thank you!!!

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