I had leftover won ton wraps and I had a steak..nothing on Food.com so I searched the internet and this is what I found. This was a Nasoya Won Ton Wraps Contest Winner by Katherine. Her blog is http://kitchenenchantress.blogspot.com.
Fish used to be cooked in a oiled brown paper bag but parchment paper produces just as good a result. Garlic, rosemary and lemon are the flavorings. From the Fine Art of Italian Cooking. Posted for ZWT #7.
These are a little savory bite filled with whatever jam you desire. I have used fig jam, hot pepper jelly and strawberry. Feel free to substitute whatever you like or use up those little bits in the fridge.
This is a quick and easy dip to make that everyone seems to love. I used panko bread crumbs because that is what I had in my pantry. I also found that you needed to cut the onion pieces into smaller strips (I took the onion and cut it in half and then half again). I also used Clemson Blue Cheese.
Instead of hummus, this is a quick and easy dip to serve for parties. The eggplant, garlic and onions are roasted and then blended with herbs to make this fresh tasting. From Bon Appetit, December 2010.