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I loved these. I made some as directed and some with pepperoni and sausage in place of the ham and pineapple( I microwaved the pepperoni on paper towels a bit first to render grease) Both ways they turned out terrific. Thanks!

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Marashin January 12, 2010

This is an awesome recipe. I was leary of the pineapple in this but my family loved it. DS has since then ordered pizza with pineapple on it. I made this for our dinner with some fries and a salad. Thank you for sharing with tasty recipe.

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mommyoffour April 08, 2013

These were okay

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Laureen in B.C. November 08, 2012

the filling is spot on, but I am going to try a different method, maybe baking these in a muffin pan with the wonton wrapper as a casing. I was careful not to fry them too long, but when I reheated them in the oven the casing was soggy and the filling burst out. still tasted very good though :)

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mummamills September 14, 2008

good idea - but, i'm not a huge fan of the wonton wrapper being used here...although, i think i'll take the idea of chopping up the filling and use it in other areas

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ShortieNJ September 13, 2008

Great tasting recipe!!! I just loved these. Of course my three year old didn't like them because of the pineapple and my one year old just liked the inside not the wonton part. This was my first time using wonton wrappers and it was pretty easy once I got the hang of it. I pan fried mine in olive oil, as I don't have a deep fryer. I will definitely be making these again. Thank you for the recipe.

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Gruenes April 24, 2008

These were great! I don't have a deep-fryer so I pan-fried mine in oil and they turned out awesome. I also substituted pizza sauce for the spaghetti sauce. Great recipe, thanks.

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nkoprince08 April 18, 2008

MMMM...the kids enjoyed these snacks..ate them right up!! I did add green peppers, onions and pepperoni's and left out the pineapple though. Ended up using more then 20 wonton wrappers though, but had enough extra that I have some in the freezer already ready to heat and eat!! Thanks mom for the posting of this wonderful snack!!

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Southern Momma #2 May 10, 2007

Delicious!!!! I used pepperoni cuz that's what I had on hand, and the kids ate them up!!! I folded mine into little triangles, but just folding the wrappers in half, corner to corner. It made it a little less work for me. I'm going to use these in a cooking class I'm teaching next month!

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Charmie777 January 01, 2007

These are wonderful, turned out great! I did use pepperoni in place of the ham, but they still turned out great. Thanks momthecook #2....

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Sheri-BDB December 05, 2006
Pizza Wontons