19 Reviews

The filling is delicious, but they didn't get very crisp. They also took a LOT longer than 15 minutes to prep, although I suppose it goes faster with practice. Would have them again, though. Thanks for posting!

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Chocolatl October 13, 2015

The filling is probably the best I've ever had but I could not get them crispy in the oven. I used a tsp of filling in each and folded into one wonton wrapper to keep them small which required a lot less oil when I ended up frying them. Absolutely wonderful once fried nice and crispy!

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MissiStroh October 25, 2010

I very much wanted to like these but they were a major disaster at our party. I followed the recipe and didn't change anything but it came out tasting really weird and nasty (not like crab rangoon) so I probably won't be making these again.

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SSX June 25, 2010

We loved these little morsels of crispy wonton with filling that will make you drool! We dipped them in Duck Sauce and WOWWIE! are they amazing!

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BrendaThurston67 September 03, 2009

These are better than most restaurants crab rangoon! My family loved the flavor of the filling and they were so easy to put together and bake up! They really don't take long and the end result is worth it! A must try!

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**Angie** July 31, 2009

It was fabulous! I used a cookie scoop (2 table spoons) to get even amount in ever piece. In the end I ended with 27 pieces. I also used the spray olive oil like the viewer below and that just fine! Great recipe, keep up the great work.

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sugarcookie 123 April 23, 2009

Great recipe. I followed the directions exactly. I have never made crab rangoon before so went on-line to watch a video on how to fold them correctly. Once I got the hang of it ... things went quickly. Delicious and well worth the trouble.

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Linda Owen January 19, 2009

I made Linda's Lobster Rangoon and wanted to try these with the crab too, so I made them for my New Years party with 10 guests. My company grabbed them and they were all eaten up in a flash! I love these kind of appetizers and I look forward to making them again for just us!

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SheilaCanney January 04, 2009

I made these for a get together with friends last evening and they were a smash hit! I liked the idea that they weren't fried. The flavor of the filling was awesome and will make often now that I have the recipe. One of my favorites among the ones I made. Thank you for sharing this with us! Almost forgot, I served this with Linda's recipe for Thai Sweet Dipping Sauce and it was fantastic too!

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Jen In The Kitchen! June 22, 2008
Linda's Baked Crab Rangoon