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Recipe: Baked Crab Rangoons


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It doesn’t have to be a holiday or a party for my family to enjoy these Quick and Easy Baked Crab Rangoons.  I just made a quick batch for lunch earlier today and thought I’d share.

Ingredients

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  • 6 oz. can of crab meat
  • 8 oz. block of cream cheese
  • wonton wrappers
  • 1/2 cup of chopped green onions

Directions

  1. Preheat your oven to 375 degrees.  Go ahead and spray a mini muffin pan or whatever baking dish you’ll be using.
  2. Start softening your cream cheese.  If you have a microwave heat it for about 30 seconds.  If you don’t-like me-just put your mixing bowl over a pot of hot water.
  3. Once the cream cheese is softened add the drained crab meat and chopped green onions. 
  4. Put one heaping teaspoon of mixture in the middle of a wonton wrapper. 006
  5. Pinch in the sides of the wrapper so that the points stick out and then place in pan.007
  6. I like to use a mini muffin pan to hold the rangoons, but I’m sure that a regular muffin pan or even a cookie sheet would work.  If you do use a cookie sheet I would recommend pinching the rangoons as closed and tight as you can so you don’t end up with a mess.  Or, you could just fold them over and improvise their shape to fit your needs.009
  7. Bake the rangoons at 375 for 10-15 minutes, depending on your preference for browning.017
  8. Plate and serve!018
P.S. You can also use the filling as a killer cheese ball.  Just add 1/4 cup of finely shredded mozzarella cheese to the mix; shape it into a ball, roll in chopped nuts-I prefer almonds, let it set in the fridge for a couple of hours before serving.

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  1. I love crab ragoons, will have to try this one. Thanks for sharing. I would love for you to share your tallents at my weekly linky, fri-monday come strut your stuff.
    http://bacontimewiththehungryhypo.blogspot.com/

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  2. found you via Tip Me Tuesday! These look absolutely amazing and are one of my favorite things when we go out for Chinese! I'm totally trying your recipe!!!

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  3. These look great! Have never tried making my own - I might just now! Thanks!

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  4. I am hateful when it comes to Asian cuisine. All those years living in Honolulu has made me----- well it has made me say WTF in the same sentence with Crab Rangoon. :) However I work with folks that are nutty pants for them and these look healthier and easy to put together. Thanks for sharing!

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  5. Those looks so incredibly good right now! Come join us in Project Pinterest starting Nov 3rd! We'd love to have posts like this!
    http://randomthoughtsfromamomsperspective.blogspot.com/2011/10/project-pinterest-seven-day-countdown.html

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  6. These look so delicious! I am going to have to make these ASAP. And I'm sure a lot of people say that but I really am because my husband loves them :) Thanks for sharing your secrets! haha

    Bekah
    If Work Permits

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  7. I LOVE crab rangoons! Can't wait to try these - they sound delicious and easy!

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  8. YUM YUM YUM! :)
    I will be trying these soon and I'm sure my husband will just think I'm the greatest! Thanks for sharing! :)

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  9. These look delicious! I've tried to make crab ragoons by frying them several times and I always end up with a crazy mess. These look much better. I'm going to try them - thanks!

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  10. I made these appetizers for my Christmas dinner, and everyone loved them! (even my 5 yr old grandson) I only made one change, and that was to add 2 Tbl. of powdered sugar. (it then tastes more like the ones I've had in Chinese restaurants).
    Definitely an all time keeper!

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