10 Reviews

This is wonderful! I baked the wontons instead of deep fried them and added some chicken to it as well. I had some left overs so I cooked some pasta and tossed the sauce and fixings with it and it was delicious! Thanks for a great recipe

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mlstanek September 27, 2010

Delicious! I made these for New Year's Eve, and as I had other appetizers to make, I did not fry my own chips. I used Xochitl chips, which I think would be very similar. They turned out great! I will also save the recipe for the asiago cream sauce, for it would be useful in other recipes - such as a Hot Brown!

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Lawsome January 01, 2010

I have missed these so much since Romanos took themoff the menu. Looks simple and I have tastebuds that willremember.

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jangruhala December 22, 2009

This was a great recipe...and the cheese sauce turned out perfect! Thanks for passing it along

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Chef Howie5 October 14, 2008

Wow!! I was having to drive out to the college town where my son goes as a restaurant out there makes these. I HAD to have some tonight and these filled the bill. My sauce turned out perfect and the only other change I made was to use a roasted chicken from the store rather than the sausage since that's what the restaurant where we've been going has. These will remain a FAVORITE!! Thank YOU!!

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901357 July 24, 2008

These are outstanding!!!!! I cheated a bit and used regular tortilla chips instead of the fried won tons. Since I was tranporting this to a party, I mixed the cheese sauce and the cold items. When I got there I reheated the meat-cheese sauce, put down a layer of chips topped with mozzarella, then hot meat sauce, then mixture of tomatos, olives and banana peppers. Absolutely different and fantastic! Thanks for posting.***Update: I entered these into our corporate appetizer cook-off and won first place. I mixed the meat with the cheese sauce and kept it warm in a fondue pot, had the mozzarella and cold items in separate containers and provided directions so tasters could assemble them personally.

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Cook4_6 October 24, 2007

These tasted just like mac grills. They were very delicious. The cream sauce was especially good. There was more than 2 servings though. It was more for like 4 people there. Thanks for a great recipe!

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Chalko August 24, 2007

Yum!! DH and I loved this at Macaroni Grill years ago and were thrilled to find the recipe! I did cheat and use tortilla chips purchased from a restaurant, although we look forward to trying with the wonton wrappers, too! The asiago sauce was delicious and the toppings are perfect! My sauce did get a bit thicker than I remember, so I will watch and maybe add a bit more cream or milk next time, or perhaps I added too much cornstarch. It was yummy!! Thank you for the memories!! :)

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TnuSami April 03, 2007

This also was my favorite at macaroni grill. It was AWSOME! The only thing I changed was frying the wontons.( I kept burning them ). I went to my local Asain restaurant and bought their crispy noodles. Also saved alot of time.

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Lisas Zoo March 27, 2007

Thank you SO much for posting this! This was one of my favorites, but the last few times I've been to Macaroni's in both Georgia and Mass, they had discontinued them. I can't wait to try this one out!

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CindiNMike June 16, 2006
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