These were ok. They were a lot of work for what you get. I'm giving it 4 stars because my BF wolfed them down and kept raving about them. It's a very clever idea. We will most likely use the idea for other fillings.
These were great and went over well with guests. Ours never got really crispy on the bottom, but they were tasty!
I used WonTon skins and didn't have to cut but have also used egg roll wrappers. I precook the shells, as suggested, and make sure corners don't fold into tin (they like to flop in). I prefer the taco meat from #55575 (less messy and salty). Thanks for a successful party appetizer.
I followed everyone's advice and precooked the wanton wrappers for three minutes. I followed everything else, and they came out great!
These rock. BIG TIME> gone in 5 minutes tops! I also popped the empty wonton wrappers in the oven for 3 minutes to crisp them FIRST...and I'm glad that i did. We didn't have any problem with them falling apart or being soggy.
Instead of making mini tacos, I bought the full size wonton wrappers and did 12 instead. I loved the crunch, and everything tasted so yummy that I'm having leftovers for lunch! Even my 5 year old thought this was a neat dinner. Thanks for sharing and I'll be making this again.
yum!! i used chicken taco meat instead of the hamburger and mixed the cheese in with the meat. these little bites were awesome! i'll definitely make again! thanks!
These were delicious and easy ! Took them to Easter and received raves! I did precook the wrappers the nite before, then in the morning I made meat mixture, placed them on a cookie sheet, added the cheese and then transported them and heated them there. Then put them out with the salsa, sour cream, etc. for everyone to garnish their own. How simple and easy ! Not a one left! Thankyou!
A fun snack! Kids loved them.
Huge hit! I pre-baked the wonton wrappers in the mini muffin tins prior to stuffing them and cooled on a rack to keep them crisp. Topped with sliced olives, chopped grape tomatoes & sliced green onions. I got compliments on how cute and colorful they looked...oh yeah they tasted great too! Thanks ~Bekah~!