Mango Salsa Wontons

Mango Salsa Wontons created by CoCaShe

This recipe is from Epicurious. We loved it. It is a healthy appetiser and delicious. I also have made it with a tomato salsa and guacamole.

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  • Coat mini-muffin pans with cooking spray and line the molds with wonton sheets.
  • Bake at 350°F for 9 to 12 minutes or until golden brown. Cool.
  • Combine remaining ingredients plus salt and pepper to taste.
  • Fill each wonton with salsa and serve.
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"This recipe is from Epicurious. We loved it. It is a healthy appetiser and delicious. I also have made it with a tomato salsa and guacamole."
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  1. Catfuzz
    I was looking for an easy quick appetizer for ladies nite out at a friends house. We were having a Julia Child's recipe and watching the movie Julie & Julia. So I new it needed to be pretty and appetizing! This recipe did that. I can't eat cucumbers so used my red and green bells from my summer garden in the salsa instead. It was a neat idea that all the ladies loved. Thanks!
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  2. CoCaShe
    Mango Salsa Wontons Created by CoCaShe
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  3. CoCaShe
    I've had this recipe from Epicurious for a while. I love these as a quick and impressive-looking appetizer. I usually bake the wonton shells earlier in the day and prepare the salsa, but then fill them right before guests arrive so the bottoms of the wontons don't get soggy. I skip the cilantro and use parsley instead.
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  4. CoCaShe
    I've had this recipe from Epicurious for a while. I love these as a quick and impressive-looking appetizer. I usually bake the wonton shells earlier in the day and prepare the salsa, but then fill them right before guests arrive so the bottoms of the wontons don't get soggy. I skip the cilantro and use parsley instead.
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  5. ElleFirebrand
    Yum. I am making these for a barbecue tonight, mostly because I bought a package of 60 wontons and have no idea what to do with them. The shells bake up nice and crispy and are a nice contrast to the mango salsa. I did add a bit of sugar (a spoonful or so) to the salsa and some salt to taste.
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