Saturday, May 1, 2010

Crab Rangoon

OMG!  These Rocked!
Crab Rangoon
What You Need:
4 oz Block Cream Cheese (room Temp)
6 oz Imitation Crab (Seafood Dept at Grocery Store) or Real Lump Crab Meat
1/4 tsp Onion Powder
1/4 tsp Garlic Powder
1/4 tsp Salt
1 Lemon
Chives
Duck Sauce
Soy Sauce
Wonton Paper (Near Lettuce in Grocery Store)


Start heating the Oil over medium heat to prep.  In a food processor, or by knife, puree, or chop finely, the imitation (or real) crab meat.  Mix into room temperature cream cheese, adding onion powder, garlic powder, and salt.  Fold in the zest of half (less if you do not want a zinger flavor) of the lemon, and set aside.


Dampen the wonton Paper by dipping half into water.  Spoon some of the cheese mixture into the paper, and fold into a triangle.  Press the two corners together to form a mini pouch and fry until golden brown. Top with chopped chives, soy sauce,  and duck sauce, adding crushed red pepper if desired.  Absolutely fabulous!






Enjoy!

XOXO,



Aimee

9 comments:

  1. looks good! sorry i haven't posted in a while... been getting my ass kicked in school.

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  2. These were excellent and super easy to make. Thanks for the recipe.-Allison

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  3. I'm stocked they worked for you! Every once and a while I get a craving for some fried foods, and these are never a bad thing! THanks for sharing!!

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  4. I have to try this! They are me and my fiance's favorite when we go out but I have always been scared to make them! They seem so simple! Great post! I am excited now!

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  5. I LOOOOOVE crab rangoons! I used to get them all the time when I lived in Kansas City, they don't really have them on the East Coast as much. They were so popular back in the town I used to live in. Wow, you totally have me drooling right now, yum!

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  6. These look great- I love crab rangoon and have a hard time finding them at restaurants.

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  7. I hope you enjoy! They are soooo simple to make. THese ones are pretty close tasting to those in those East Coast restaurants. I too have missed them, and decided to whip up a batch, crossing my fingers... and they worked! Thanks for stopping by!!

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