Today you’re going to discover some of the very best wonton recipes. Aren’t you excited? Wontons are used to make the perfect appetizer. Of course, you’ll find crab rangoons which are standard fare at American Chinese food restaurants. But you’ll also find other great fried wonton snacks, pizza wonton cups, samosas, and even spinach artichoke wontons.
So, let’s dive in and discover some fun and exciting recipes using wonton wrappers. Enjoy!
Crab Rangoon is fried food royalty from Chinese restaurants. They’re so crispy with just the right saltiness, yet the filling is sweet from crab and cream cheese. And for as good as they taste, they are so simple to make.
But Jenn of Princess Pinky Girl claims you can make crab rangoons better at home with her recipe. We’d bet on it. Here’s why: she uses real instead of imitation crab, garlic powder, soy sauce, and chives for an unforgettably tasty filling.
She walks you through the recipe with detailed instructions, including how to fold the little wonton purses properly and fry them to crispy perfection. It’s an indulgent finger food to be remembered at your next get-together.
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Sweet Cream Cheese Wontons
This sweet easy cream cheese wontons recipe from Stephanie of The Cozy Cook is easy, delicious, and complete. So complete that it might be the compendium of sweet wontons. First, you have her basic recipe, featuring just four ingredients. But then you have all the other flavor combinations like cream cheese and Nutella or blueberry. She even mentions a cream cheese and pineapple wonton.
Are you craving yet?
But it gets better still. First, Stephanie gives instructions to fry, air fry, and even bake your wontons. Next, you get a quick course on folding them and even a guide to making them in advance. So you definitely want to check it out!
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Enchilada Wontons (with red chile & beef)
These enchilada wontons from Andrea the New Mexican Foodie are a delicious, fun fusion food. You fill them with everything you love in enchiladas. There’s succulent ground beef and lots of flavor from garlic, onion, cumin, and cheese.
Each bite is like a tiny enchilada bundle of joy. And for dipping, you make a sour cream and red chile sauce concoction. You won’t find an alternate cooking process here. Nope, these bad boys are fried until golden brown, delicious, fatty, and good for your soul.
Did you just find your new favorite appetizer for your next party?
Pizza Wonton Cups
Get really creative with these pizza wonton cups from Simply Stacie. Now, Stacie, the easy recipe enthusiast, has made pizza in a number of ways, like English muffin pizzas and even pizza muffins. So yes, you’ll see an actual pizza muffin on her site.
How cool is that?
But we like these pizza wontons because they are fun to make. You can set up a pizza station, and it would be a blast. Adults and kids alike will get excited to put together their own topping combinations.
The wonton “crust” is crispy, and the mini pizzas are done in just 15 minutes. These are perfect for meal prep and entertaining as you can make a big batch and reheat.
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Spinach Artichoke Wontons
We go absolutely bonkers for Applebee’s spinach artichoke dip, so when we saw this spinach artichoke wontons recipe from Sara of Dinner At The Zoo, we knew it would make the list. It’s an absolutely great appetizer recipe perfect for entertaining.
Each bite is pure nirvana. Inside every little fried parcel is a delicious wonton filling of spinach, onion, cream cheese, parmesan, and mozzarella. Pinch me, somebody, I must be dreaming!
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Goat Cheese Wontons
Serve these baked goat cheese wontons with red pepper yogurt dipping sauce from Wendy Pelosi as a healthy snack option for game day. Or make them as a complete dinner all their own. But wait, I’m sure you’re wondering how a wonton recipe also can be a meal.
Well, Wendy adds basil, parmesan, red pepper, and one other unexpected secret ingredient that makes them more filling. It’s a healthy filler that doesn’t alter the taste. Check it out!
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Alfredo Lasagna Cups
The whole family will love these alfredo lasagna wontons from Vicky of Mess For Less. You see, Vicky has an affinity for tomato-based sauce in her Italian dishes, the kiddos…not so much. They prefer alfredo sauce. So this is one of those fun and creative recipes designed to satisfy little appetites. However, the adults will love it too.
The cups replace the pasta, and the muffin tin replaces your usual lasagna baking dish. That means cleanup is a cinch.
Visit Mess For Less for the recipe.
Baked Wonton Tacos
There are a few reasons you’ll love these baked wonton tacos from Lyn of Cook Eat Live Love. For one, the deliciously tiny tacos make for a great party appetizer.
Next, it features tofu and vegetable filling with lots of flavor from taco seasoning and smoked paprika. That’s a nice change up from tradition. But we saved the best part for last. The tastebud tantalizing smoky pineapple salsa.
Visit Cook Eat Live for the recipe.
Crispy Pork Wontons
No slight to chicken, beef, or seafood, but pork is in a class all its own. It’s just so, so tasty. I mean, bacon, ’nuff said. So when we saw this crispy pork wontons recipe from Lisa of Cooking With Curls, we just had to include it.
On the recipe page, she shows how to make these restaurant-quality morsels of divinity with crystal clear step-by-step pictures. In addition, you will find a sweet and sour sauce recipe and notes to help you with deep frying.
Visit Cooking With Curls for the recipe.
Buffalo Chicken Wontons
What do you do when you have leftover wontons wrappers and buffalo chicken dip? Well, you make this buffalo chicken crispy wontons from Chris of Carne Diem, of course.
This idea is a brilliant and simple way to reduce food waste. That’s right, using that leftover package of wonton wrappers (or egg roll wrappers) before they dry out, hot oil, and your favorite dip, you’ll have a delicious fried appetizer remix worthy of game day.
Visit Carne Diem for the recipe.
Wonton Noodle Soup (MÌ HOÀNH THÁNH )
This wonton soup recipe from Kaylie of A Peachy Plate is a nutritious bowl of deliciousness and a well-tested masterpiece of technique. She poured many hours into crafting this delicate and balanced dish for what is ultimately, as Kaylie calls it, a labor of love.
So it is by no means a quick dinner. Nope, you won’t get it done in 30. Because there are lots of things to consider. There’s an amazing soup broth to make. Then there are ingredients to go into the food processor like ground pork, sesame oil, and soy sauce. And you can’t forget about the wonton folding methods to mull over: the scrunch or the golden nugget.
And finally, the garnishes, like green onions, cilantro, chives, and bok choy. But in the end, and you will make it there if you start, there’s this delicious, picture-worthy, and nutritious meal.
Visit A Peachy Plate for the recipe.
Jessica of Fantabulosity knocks it out of the park with this pub-inspired avocado wonton creation. Each bite is filled with perhaps the best guacamole recipe you’ll find online. But don’t take her word for it, people shared the green condiment over 100,000 times on Pinterest.
In the post, she shares all her tips, including her version of the many ways you can fold a wonton.
Visit Fantabulosity for the recipe.
While folding each little wonton, use a damp paper towel to keep them from drying out.
There are many popular recipes that use wontons, from Chinese dumplings, pot stickers, Japanese gyoza, and even less traditional bites like buffalo chicken wontons. But you can also use wontons to make chips for a dip.
For many recipes, you can store them in an airtight container in the freezer before or after cooking. Be sure to follow the directions on the recipe.