Baked Crab Wontons

Darci Juris


Crab wontons (also referred to as Rangoon's) are typically fried. But unless you have a commercial flash fryer, the cheese gets a little too gooey. When you bake them, the shell has the perfect crunch, and the crab/cheese mixture inside is warmed perfectly, still holding its consistency. I served them with a sweet and sour dipping sauce.

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30 Min
20 Min


2 can(s)
white crabmeat, drained
8 oz
cream cheese, room temperature
scallions, finely chopped
wonton wrappers
2 tsp
soy sauce
3 tsp
worcestershire sauce
1 tsp
garlic salt
1/2 c
butter, melted
egg white

How to Make Baked Crab Wontons


  • 1Line cookie sheet with foil. Preheat over to 425 degrees.
  • 2Mix the cream cheese, onions, soy sauce, garlic salt and Worcestershire sauce in a medium bowl. Gently fold in the crabmeat.
  • 3Take one wonton wrapper and place 1 teaspoon of the crab mix into the center of each wonton.
  • 4Moisten the edges of the wonton with egg. Fold the wontons in half to form a triangle, and press the edges to seal. (Or, pull up two corners and press and seal, then pull up the other two corners, press and seal. This forms a square pouch)
  • 5Arrange the crab wontons on the cookie sheet and brush them with the melted butter.
  • 6Bake the crab wonton in the oven at 425ยบ for 12-15 minutes, or until they turn a golden brown color. You may need to flip them to brown evenly on both sides.

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About Baked Crab Wontons

Course/Dish: Seafood Appetizers