These creamy cream cheese and crab rangoons are so easy to make at home. A fake out take-out favorite and perfect for snacking on game days!
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On another fun note, the big game day is here, folks! I love mingling with a big group on the big game day since I am such a hardcore football fan. Oh wait, let me try again. I love the big game day because of…food. I mean it’s the Super Bowl, so game day food has never been more appropriate and these crab rangoons would be perfect.
This attempt to make crab rangoon was inspired by local Chinese restaurants. Crab rangoon is a common dish and a perfect bite-sized delight for any occasion. Not only that, but this is also easy to make and takes less than 5 ingredients. So easy that even an amateur in the kitchen can make this. I’m using imitation crab in this recipe since the hubs is allergic to shellfish. Plus, almost all Chinese restaurants use imitation crab to make this recipe. One great thing about this bite-sized appetizer is that you can either deep-fry these crab rangoons or bake them in the oven. No one would ever believe that these crispy bites are actually baked.Print
- 8 ounces whipped cream cheese
- 3 ounces white crab meat, drained and flaked or 3 imitation crabs, finely diced
- 3 green onions, sliced (optional)
- 1 tablespoon water
- Wonton wrappers
- Oil for frying
- Combine cream cheese, crab meat, and green onions in a medium bowl.
- Place about 1-2 tsp of cream cheese filling in the center of each wonton wrapper. Dab some water on the outer edges of the wrapper and fold the two ends of the wrapper together. Fold the other two ends and make sure they are seal tight. Repeat with all remaining wonton wrappers and filling.
- To fry: heat oil to 375F in a deep frying pot. Fry the wontons in small batches for 15-20 seconds or until golden brown. Remove and drain on paper towels.
- To bake: preheat the oven to 350F. Spray the cupcake pan with nonstick cooking spray. Place 1 filled wonton wrapper in each cup and bake for about 15 minutes or until golden brown.
- Serve with sweet and sour sauce.
In case you are not a football fan, there is still a reason to make this and here are some other recipes, perfect for game day appetizers or even an after-school snack.
Classic Potato Salad by Celebrating Family
Chili Cheese Burritos by Love Bakes Good Cakes
Fruit Spring Rolls with Key Lime Cheesecake Dip by Body Rebooted
Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken Sliders by Dash of Herbs
Mediterranean Seven Layer Dip by The Culinary Compass
Chicks in a Blanket with Apricot Sauce by Mom’s Messy Miracles
Jalapeno Pale Ale Chili by Beer Girl Cooks
Jalapeno Popper Pull Apart Bread by The Life Jolie
Sausage Pepperoni Pizza Dip by Feast + West
Baked Southwestern Egg Rolls by Family Food on the Table
Mini Bacon Ranch Cheese Balls by Honey & Birch
Cookie Dough Cheese Ball by Bread Booze Bacon
Hawaiian Pizza Jalapeno Poppers by Love & Flour
Meatloaf Sliders by Foodtastic Mom
Wonton Taco Cups by A Mind Full Mom
Pancetta and Smoked Mozzarella Arancini by The Secret Ingredient Is
Bean and Cheese Taco Bites by The BakerMama
Monte Cristo Poppers by See Aimee Cook
Chile Beer Sangria by Cake ‘n Knife
Low Carb Stuffed Crust Pizza by Sustaining the Powers
Puff Pastry Pizza Bites by The Mexitalian
No Churn Pistachio Baklava Ice Cream by Club Narwhal
Roasted Jalapeno Poppers by Off the Eaten Path
Buffalo Cauliflower Mac and Cheese by Hello Little Home
Jalapeno Popper Chicken Wings by Around My Family Table
Gluten Free Bread Sticks by What A Girl Eats
Cheesy Beef Dip by Polka Dotted Blue Jay
Buffalo Chicken Deviled Eggs by The Crumby Cupcake
Greek Meatballs by Two Places at Once
Baked Taco Empanadas by Simplify, Live, Love
Cheese Sticks by Coffee Love Travel
Bacon Wrapped Blue Cheese Meatballs by West via Midwest
Puff Pastry Bacon Pizza Twists by 2 Cookin Mamas
Skillet Chicken Queso Dip by foodbyjonister
Spicy Sausage Rolls by Peanut Blossom
Protein Dark Chocolate Truffles by The Creative Bite
Chickpea Pepper Cheese Poppers by Bucket List Tummy
Maple Cranberry Apple Sangria by Order in the Kitchen
Meyer Lemon Shandies by The Speckled Palate
Game Day Fried Deviled Eggs with Chow Chow Relish by For the Love of Food
Buffalo Chicken Eggrolls by Simple and Savory
Pimento Mac and Cheese Squares by Lauren’s Kitchen
Pastrami Nachos by A Little Gathering
Shrimp Ceviche Dip by Glisten and Grace
Football Bourbon Balls + Boozy Lemonade by Culinary Adventures with Camilla
Apple Cider Mimosas With A Sparkly Sugar Rim by And She Cooks
Pulled Pork Stuffed Corn Dogs by Nik Snacks
Easy Pepperoni Rolls by Me and My Pink Mixer
Real Boneless Chicken Wings by Macheesmo
Califlower Tater Tots by Living Well Kitchen
Cheeseburger Naan Pizza by Shaws Simple Swaps
Red Velvet Ginger Rum Balls by Cafe Terra
Crab Rangoon by Brunch-n-Bites
Sweet n’ Spicy BBQ Popcorn by Life’s Ambrosia
Buffalo Chicken Rolls by Loves Food, Loves to Eat
Crowd Pleasing Steak Fajita Dip by Lizzy is Dizzy
Sriracha Hummus Pinwheel Sandwiches by Casa de Crews
Simlple Meatball Sub Sliders by Loaves & Dishes
Maple-Mustard Bacon Chicken Bites by An Oregon Cottage
Soft Pretzels with Beer Cheese & Honey Mustard Dipping Sauces by A Simpler Grace
Ricotta Stuffed Sausage Meatballs by A Joyfully Mad Kitchen
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