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the cups didn't crisp as much as i was hoping but that might be because i drizzled the muffin tins in olive oil instead of coating the wontons with cooking spray, which i will do next time, possibly on both sides. very versatile recipe though, could use a little pepper imo. would be good with spinach to cut the richness i think. i may use this filled with my spinach artichoke dip
the wontons crisp much better when sprayed/brushed lightly with oil on both sides, just be careful not to over grease. this time i went very simple with marinated artichokes, light cream cheese, a little light parmesan, and a bit of feta in a blender. much lighter and less greasy then the mozza and mayo and the marinated type have much more flavor then the canned
Really good!!! Took me about 45 minutes start to finish. I used my food processor to chop artichokes, then blend everything. I used artichoke hearts instead of quarters.
These are great (and super easy) appetizers! I added some sauteed spinach and they were like little personal spinach-artichoke dip bites and also added a few dashes of hot sauce to the mix. So so so good!
Awesome easy appy that comes together in a flash, but looks fancy smanchy! The only thing that I will add next time would be a little hot sauce to the mixture or you can add after once they are cooked if you like. Couple tips: I lined up the wontons on waxed paper to spray them first and may spray both sides next time. I also put the cheese mixture in a ziploc and cut off the corner for make-shift pastry bag for SUPER easy filling of the wonton shells. I will definitely be making again, Happy Cooking!
Very good and very easy to make. I chopped everything up with a few pulses of the food processor. I baked the wonton wrappers ahead of time, and set aside. I finished them off when I got to the party. Worked out well and were enjoyed by all! Thanks for a great appy!
I made this for my Bunco group and everyone loved it. I used mini phyllo cups instead of wontons which made it super easy. Could have made 1/2 the filling with this approach. This is an easy appetizer that will be popular. Thanks for posting!
Really liked these, although I was left wondering what phyllo would have been like in place of the wonton. May have to try that. Thanks for the recipe!
I can't believe that I have not yet reviewed this awesome recipe! I have made these at least 10 times and they are one of my most requested appetizers! They are super easy to put together and so tasty! We have a few vegetarians in the family so these are always welcomed by the both the meat and not meat eaters. I usually sub the garlic and onion powders with chopped fresh garlic and green onions. I was just putting them on the menu for DD's graduation party when I realized I hadn't ever reviewed! Thank you for an appetizer we've been enjoying and will continue to enjoy for years to come!
This was a GREAT recipe! I used frozen phillo pastry dough instead of wonton wrappers and put them into regular sized muffin tins to form cups. I baked them for 8 minutes at 350 to brown them. The phillo dough was such a crunchy flaky texture that added a lot to the dish and gave my guests four bites to enjoy rather than one bite sized app. I baked the mixture ahead of time since I had to travel with them and then put them back into the oven for 15 minutes once I arrived at the party to warm, they tasted GREAT!
Outstanding little appetizer here folks, and ones we will enjoy for many years!