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How to make baked crab Rangoon

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[howdini - get yourself a guru] Okay. Baked Crab Rangoon. This is the kind of appetizer you'd normally find in a restaurant. [Baked Crab Rangoon] But the best part about this version is that you can make it at home and it's baked instead of fried. [Michele McAdoo for the Kraft Kitchens] We're going to use a muffin tin for easy preparation. So first we're going to mix together a can of white crab meat [utensil scraping bowl] with half a package of softened Philadelphia Cream Cheese or Neufchatel Cheese. Next a quarter cup of sliced green onions [utensil scraping dish] and then finally, a quarter cup of Kraft Light Mayo or Miracle Whip Dressing. It's so easy. It's just four ingredients in this mixture. Now we're going to combine it all together. And what I like about this one is that you don't need to get an electric hand mixer out. You can just use a wooden spoon to mix it together. So just a bit more mixing and then we're on to the next step. Okay, so I've got a medium muffin pan that I sprayed ahead of time with some cooking spray, and I'm going to place a wonton wrapper into each cup. Now, you can find these in your refrigerated section of your supermarket. You want to be careful because these are delicate, so just gently put them in. So the next step is we're going to add in the crab mixture. So spoon a teaspoon of this mixture into each wonton wrapper cup. Really simple. I really like these appetizers for last minute guests because I can make the mixture ahead of time, leave it in the fridge, and then fill the cups. Okay, great. So now we're going to put this into an oven that I've preheated to 350 degrees. And I'm going to bake these for 18 to 20 minutes. To check them, you want to see if the edges start to turn brown and if the filling is heated through, and then you're ready. Baked Crab Rangoon. Now sprinkle a little chopped green onion. Just a nice way to finish off each cup. Simple yet impressive. There you have it. This is your perfect festive appetizer. Your guests will be impressed. [chimes jingling] [www.howdini.com]

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Duration: 2 minutes and 7 seconds
Country: United States
Language: English
License: All rights reserved
Producer: Howdini
Views: 106
Posted by: howdini on Jun 28, 2010

Crab Rangoon that you can make at home? And, it;s baked, not fried? Yum! Michele McAdoo for the Kraft Kitchens shows you the easy way to make this popular appetizer in the comfort of your own kitchen. Just be ready for guests to drop by more often. This Baked Crab Rangoon recipe is definitely a crowd pleaser.

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