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I thought these were ok.. good but not great. I think it would be better to saute the apples and sugar before filling the wontons to create a nice saucy filling. The edges of the wontons are crunchy, but I didn't really enjoy that. It was crunchy the way uncooked pasta is crunchy, you know? I'm not sure I'll make these again without a few adjustments.
Made these for Chinese New Year's. I must have small wontons because I halved the recipe and had at least 24. We were stuffed! My apple was very large though. And I only cooked mine for 10-11 minutes because my first batch were very crispy.
These are delicious and not hard to make, I only got 18 wontons with that amount of filling amount nothing near 24 although I think I used more than a teaspoon of filling for each, thanks for sharing V!...Kitten :)
The inside was tastey but I dont feel wontons were meant for pastry treats. They get tough & too crusty from baking. I baked them a little less because I thought the edges were overdone. Note two photos taken on stripe plate. They are better as crackers.
Very good and very easy too. Made these for DH for Valentines day and he really enjoyed them. They are a great low-fat alternative to apple pie. I sprayed them with cooking spray and sprinkled some sugar on top before baking. Really very good!
I won't leave starts b/c I forgot to spray them, which I think really hurt the taste. I only had a few wonton wrappers left over from making dumplings, so I made half a recipe. And had leftover apple, so put them in 2 small ramekins and baked. I'll make again next time and then I'll give some stars! Thanks for posting...this is a fun recipe!
Yummy, quick and easy! DD and I made these for dessert tonight and they were a real treat! Served with a drizzle of caramel topping - these are lovely!! Next time, with ice cream as well! Thanks V!!