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Forget those rangoons from the Chinese takeout place… there’s hardly any flavor in those (other than sweet)… this homemade version will knock your socks off!  Savory, creamy, FULL of flavor, you just have to try these!

Crab rangoons are my favorite thing to order when we get Chinese takeout.  They’re always delicious, hot and crispy on the outside, creamy and smooth on the inside… I could seriously eat the whole bag myself!  But for the amount you get from a takeout place, and what you pay for it, it’s not a cheap appetizer, that’s for sure.  So how would you like to make your own crab rangoons, at home, for less money, that taste WAY better, and you can make your own dipping sauce?

·         8 oz cream cheese softened
·         3 oz imitation crab meat drained
·         2 green onions finely chopped
·         1 tsp garlic minced
·         2 tsp Worcestershire sauce
·         1/2 tsp soy sauce
·         1 tsp sugar
·         dash cayenne pepper
·         1 package wonton wrappers
·         FOR THE SAUCE
·         1/2 cup dijon mustard
·         1/4 cup rice vinegar
·         1/4 cup hot water
·         1 Tbsp sugar
·         drizzle honey
·         1 tsp sesame oil

1.       Combine all ingredients except wonton wrappers into a food processor... pulse until you
2.      reach your desired consistency.
3.      Place wontons wrappers on flat surface, and spoon 1 Tbsp of filling into the center of each
4.      wonton wrapper.
5.      Fill a small glass with water, wet fingers and wet the edges of your wonton wrappers. Bring 2
6.      opposite sides of the wrappers together, pinching, then bring the 2 other sides towards the
7.      middle and seal all edges. You can fold these any way you like, so long as the edges are
8.     sealed so your filling doesn't come out while cooking.
9.      Fry in preheated oil a few minutes or until golden brown, remove to paper towel lined plate
10.  to drain. Sprinkle with green onions and a pinch of salt.
11.   Serve with any dipping sauce you'd like!
13.  Combine all ingredients and store in an airtight container in the refrigerator.

As an alternative to frying, you can place rangoons on a parchment paper lined baking sheet, spray with cooking spray, and bake in a 400 degree oven for 10-12 minutes or until golden brown. This is a delicious and less time consuming way to enjoy these rangoons!

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