Total Time
38mins
Prep 20 mins
Cook 18 mins

These are the most delicious appetizers, and they are quite simple to prepare, but don't wait for a special occasion to have these, they are great for a weekend snack. This recipe makes 24 Wonton cups, I would double the recipe, as these will go fast!

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Set oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Lightly spray mini-muffin pan with non-stick cooking spray.
  3. With a a pastry brush, brush one side of each wonton wrapper with melted butter.
  4. Press wonton buttered side up into muffin cup; bake 8 minutes, or until edges turn a light golden brown.
  5. Remove the pan from oven.
  6. Meanwhile, reserve 24 shrimp.
  7. Finely chop remaining shrimp.
  8. Combine the cream cheese, garlic, Worcestershire sauce in a bowl; blend well.
  9. Stir in chopped shrimp, green onions, carrot and Mozarella cheese.
  10. Using a small scoop, fill each wonton cup with a rounded scoop of cream cheese mixture; top with reserved shrimp.
  11. Bake for 5 minutes, or until wontons are golden brown, and the filling is bubbly around the edges.
  12. Delicious!

Reviews

(9)
Most Helpful

Very good! I omitted the butter and cooking spray - just placed the wrappers directly into a mini muffin pan. It worked perfectly - they were crispy throughout in just a few minutes. Thanks for sharing!

Starrynews March 09, 2009

These are delicious! I picked up round wrappers by mistake. I sprayed half them with olive oil cooking spray and brushed the other half with butter. When they were done baking, there was a small puddle of butter in the bottoms of the buttered ones and they were still not crispy, so I removed them from the pan, turned them upside down on a cookie sheet and baked for another 2 minutes. I added a little oyster sauce to the filling, then sprinkled with green onions and furikake (which is a shredded dried seaweed and spices mixture found in Oriental markets). These will be on my appetizers spread for New Years. Thanks Kittencal ... another great recipe!

"Ratalouille" December 12, 2008

Mmmm... very good! I baked the wonton shells early in the day.. then just filled and baked. I think a sprinkle of Old Bay Seasoning might be good on top. To keep the whole shrimp on top from drying out in the oven, I kept them in a small bag with some olive oil and freshly cracked pepper until topping the wontons and baking in the oven. Thanks KITTENCAL for a nice recipe.

luvmybge December 22, 2006

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