Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Crab Rangoon

You'll need:
8 oz cream cheese softened
4 oz imitation crab meat 
1 medium sized onion, minced 
50 wonton wrappers 
oil for frying

Combine cream cheese, imitation crab and onion in a bowl  Place the wonton wrappers on a flat surface 10 at a time and put about 1 teaspoon of filling on each.  Don't overfill or they will ooze out during frying and burn the oil. Put some water in a cup and using your finger dip it in and then wet the edges of the wonton wrapper.  Fold into a triangle and press the edges closed with a fork (for a pretty beveled edge.) Fry in about 2 inches of hot oil until golden.  Drain on paper towels. Enjoy!
This recipe is super cheap and easy!

*Can use green onions for regular onion substitute. 
Makes the onion not so pungent. 

They turn out super great and are just as yummy as your favorite Chinese take out place!
You will love these. 
Perfect for a Sunday night football game or easy entertaining. 
Just make a head and reheat in the oven.
Hope you all enjoy this recipe and have a great week!


  1. Yummy! I am obsessed with crab rangoon!

  2. Hey girl! John hates onions. Do you think it would take away from the flavor to leave them out?

  3. just found your blog from Return the Favor hop and so glad I did! I'm loving it! You're SO pretty and and I love the name of your blog...no, I'm not a military wife...I just have mad respect for all of you! haha. my brother is in the army :) so excited to call you my new bloggy buddy! newest follower!

  4. These sound fantastic! Found you through the link up!

  5. I can't do the cream cheese, but I want to try these baked and with thai chili or something!

  6. Pinning this! I think I might whip out our deep fryer to do this this weekend! Love crab rangoon!

  7. These are my favorite. I could literally make myself sick on them! Thanks for the recipe.

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