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Saturday, November 22, 2014

Holiday Appetizers - Won Tons

Time to start thinking about some appetizers for the holidays.  One of my family's all time favorite is Won Tons.  

I thought it was time to share my recipe again.   Super easy and such a treat.  You can make these way ahead of time, just freeze and cook what you need.

1 lb. ground round generously seasoned with garlic salt.

 1 can diced green chilies

 Jack or/and mozzarella cheese

Won Ton Wraps

 Brown meat well then add the can of green chilies, cook together for 1 to 2 minutes.

 Add 2 large handfuls of the shredded cheese.

 Turn heat off and stir to melt and combine with the meat mixture.

 Beat one egg in a bowl and set aside to use when wrapping the won tons.

 Place a small spoonful in the center of the won ton skin -

 Roll up from one corn about 3/4 of the way - -

 Dip fingers in egg wash and rub on the two ends to moisten, then stick them together in sort of a bow fashion.

Place them on a cookie sheet and put in the freezer.

 When they are frozen, package them up in freezer bags in a single layer - about 25 to the bag - and return to freezer.  This recipe makes about 75.

Place frozen in hot oil and fry until golden brown.  These are small, so don't over cook.  Serve with salsa or seasoned ketchup as a dip.

I love having something I can pull out of the freezer on a minutes notice and these are always a crowd pleaser.

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  1. yummy! My mom used to make these all the time. She would spend all morning frying them then they be gone in minutes.

  2. Those look like they would be so delicious! And this seems like something my girls would love to help out with - going to give it a try!

  3. Yum! I might make these for an upcoming girlfriend party. Thank you for the recipe. Have a great Friday Marty and wonderful week end.

  4. OMG, sounds truly yummy, will definitely try this and will let you know! Thanks Marty!

  5. These look fabulous Marty ! Pinned to my appetizer board !

  6. Oh yummy! I make something similar and it is always a special treat! Great recipe Marty.
    Have a wonderful weekend!
    XO Barbara

  7. Thanks for the step by step Marty. The photos really me to as I am more of a visual learner. the do look delish and easy enough for me to give a try..


  8. These sound delicious. I make something similar with wontons but are more of a Mexican style wonton.

  9. Oh, Marty, these look and sound delicious! I pinned this and I'm certainly going to make some! I know my bunch will love them. Thank you so much for popping in to see me and I too wish you a blessed Thanksgiving.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

  10. Definitely want to try these - they look amazing!!

  11. I hope to make these this weekend to have on hand for family coming next week. They sound tasty!

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  13. They look amazing! xoxo I said it backwards the first time.:) I don't think I have that much patience in the kitchen.

  14. Ola they look delicous,Greeting from Belgium

  15. These look delicious! Thank you for sharing your recipe and for showing us just how you make them. I LOVE something that can be made ahead of time!

  16. These look delicious Marty! Thanks for sharing. Happy Thanksgiving!

  17. They look yummy! I want to come to your house during the holidays! Thanks for sharing at my Creative Ways Link Party!
    Happy Thanksgiving!