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Wow! I fried the wontons just because I was Leary of baking them. Now that I know these are "spot on" per DH I will try baking next time. Delicious and sure to save on our weekly trip to Carinos just for my fix. Just think! We can explore new restaurants in town. Woohoo!

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AQueen March 04, 2012

Love this recipe. I made it for our Super Bowl snack and used Olive Garden Garlic Alfredo Sauce for the sauce. I did bake the wontons and turned out they needed to be baked longer but just a minute, two was too much on the first batch.

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adopt a greyhound February 02, 2015

We have never had Italian Nachos before, so we can't compare them to any restaurant. But, everyone in our family really enjoyed them. I did make a few slight changes. We have both vegetarians and meat eaters in our house. So for the Italian sausage I used a vegetarian version of it that we all like. I used the Italian seasoning option and left off the optional pepper flakes. I also used a light Alfredo sauce. I would suggest that you keep an eye on the wonton wrappers while they are cooking, luckily I checked on mine. They were perfectly browned at 4 1/2 minutes. These made a yummy, quick and easy meal.

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whtbxrmom October 31, 2014

While looking for a great Alfredo sauce recipe, I came across this one, and it brought back a lot of memories. Me and my wife loved these from Johnny carino's. Probably one of our favs. This recipe is pretty close to the way that they are actually made but not all the way. Baking the wontons may be healthier, but frying them will achieve the same taste that u are looking for. Unless u go there and order the nachos and add onions... Then 86 them, they do not belong. Dice toms, blk olives, sliced pepper rings, and slice jalape

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jteel07 January 11, 2014

These were really good. I must say though not quite anything like JC's. I'm not sure what I did wrong with the chips but I had to make them twice because the first batch burned.

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RachelB-KY November 22, 2009

My wife loves the Italian Nachos from JC's. I just made them for her and let's just say we won't be going there as much.

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vintrice.goss August 18, 2009

Delicious! I am proud of the baked wontons, versus the original recipes' deep fried ones! Saves on some calories for sure. Great recipe!

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JessEntrekin July 08, 2009

These were really good. Although I did add some chicken along with the sausage and then sauteed red onion in the pan in place of green onion.

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HOPESTANG March 10, 2009

My family LOVED this, the only thing I would change is the nachos. I actually looked up at one of my favorite resturants and found they use pizza dough (fried) for the nachos, we tried it and it was great..just cut into triangle pieces and fry! Yum!! ~T

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Baseball Mom #34 March 07, 2009

Thank you so much for posting this! I had these at Johnny's while on a shopping trip, but unfortunately live in a place that doesn't have any Carrino's. I made these once, and am going to make them again for Christmas Eve!

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haloifgas December 23, 2008
Italian Nachos