I made these earlier this year and hubby and I both loved them!! It's delicious. I think I may have to make them this holiday weekend. Off to the store I go!!!! Thanks for posting this.
We made these for Christmas Eve and I found the recipe too "crabby" and did not care for the consistency of the filling. I love shellfish and crab rangoons but these just didn't do it for me. I like the idea of baking the filling in the shell, but next time I think that I will look for a more traditional filling without the mayo.
I saw this recipe in a Philly cream cheese cook book and bought the book. (They are worth it..And there were a few cheesecake recipes that looked good) I use regular cream cheese and mayo, and I use chives on top instead of the green onions.. They are so good. Next time I'm going to try mini shrimp instead of the crab.
I found this recipe and was ecstatic that I could have one of my favorite appetizers without deep frying everything, but it's just not quite the same. I know when cooking low-fat and baking things vs. frying you give up a little bit of the original taste, but the won-ton skins just got brittle and tasteless. The filling was great but the skins...too hard and flavorless for me. Thanks for posting this recipe from Kraft, but I think I'll have to stick with my deep fried rangoons and only eat one or two.
Yum! I made these for NY eve and they were really good. I doubled the recipe to fill 24 won tons, but ended up with about 32 - which is OK :-) I found that doubling the crab made these a little too "crabby" tasting for me, so next time, I'll double the rest of the ingredients and just use one can of crab meat. I served these with Sweet and Sour Sauce and it was a great match up. I'll definitely make these again! Thank you!
Have not tried it yet But I sure it is the one I am looking for.
These are delightful, plus they're easy to make. I made them in a mini-muffin pan and they are just as cute as can be. Thank you wwltmom for a great party recipe!
Very tasty, everyone enjoyed them. Also added a little bit of soy sauce to the mix. We made them in mini muffin tins.
My family really enjoys these. Good and Easy!