I tested out these babies for a party last night. They were really easy to assemble, and it didn't take long to make all 20-some wontons. I opted to bake instead of fry, and since I already had my oven set to 350, I tossed these in for about 15 minutes - which I don't recommend. I brushed them with oil as others had recommended, but they didn't crisp up like they should have. The edges got dark brown while the middle was still soft and white. Other posters recommended high heats for shorter amounts of time - that must be the key? Also, though I thought I was careful to seal them well, I got "seepage" on every single one. So they weren't very pretty, and they weren't totally crispy, but people LOVED them. I wasn't crazy about them myself, but they were one of the first things to be eaten up. I would make these again and see if I can figure out what I did wrong.
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I tested out these babies for a party last night. They were really easy to assemble, and it...