Noisemaker Appetizers

Noisemaker Appetizers

"Wonton wrappers form crunchy little horns filled with a creamy mixture of canned crab and plenty of dill in these savory sensations."
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40 m servings
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Original recipe yields 8 servings

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  1. Place a wonton wrapper on a work surface with one corner facing you; roll into a cone. Cut the open end with a sharp scissors until edge is even. Place a 1-in. foil ball in opening. Place seam side down on a greased baking sheet. Repeat with remaining wonton wrappers.
  2. Bake at 375 degrees F for 10 minutes or until golden brown. In a small bowl, combine the butter, 1/2 teaspoon dill and garlic salt. Brush over horns. Remove to a wire rack to cool completely. Remove foil balls.
  3. In a mixing bowl, beat cream cheese until smooth. add the sour cream, lemon juice and remaining dill; mix well. Fold in the crab. Transfer to a pastry or plastic bag; cut a hole in the corner. Pipe into cooled horns.

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I bet this might work better if you took the wonton wrappers and inserted them into mini muffin tins after you have brushed them with a tad of oil. Bake for 10-15 minutes till slightly tan and ...

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I made this for a new year's eve party and was very disappointed. The wonton wrappers burned on the ends before the middles were crispy and the dill/butter wash made them greasy. It might be wor...

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I bet this might work better if you took the wonton wrappers and inserted them into mini muffin tins after you have brushed them with a tad of oil. Bake for 10-15 minutes till slightly tan and ...

I made these for Thanksgiving and the family loved them. I used diced ham instead of crab and brushed the butter on the horns before I baked them. Other than that I stayed true to the recipe. ...

I made this for a new year's eve party and was very disappointed. The wonton wrappers burned on the ends before the middles were crispy and the dill/butter wash made them greasy. It might be wor...

I wasn't altogether thrilled w/ this recipe although I think that is partly due to my making the horns a few hours ahead (w/out filling them). I figured they'd keep just fine but I think they go...

This was a really fun app that I made for New Year's Eve. It's festive and tasted great. It came together faster than I expected, and once you got a rhythm with rolling the wrappers it went qu...

incredibly cute but bland recipe TOO much dill! I would recommend replacing the dill with old bay instead of the dill, or something else, and doubling the crab

My friend made these for my grandfathers 80th suprise party and they were awesome. She made half with the crab and added old bay, then the other half regular with shrimp. They were great and we ...

I made these at Easter and used the hint to bake the wonton wrappers first in a mini muffin pan, which is a great idea, I used fresh crabmeat but recipe needed more seasonings, I also put anothe...

Way too time consuming when you have a lot of other things too do to get ready for a party. I gave up although I was finally getting the hang of it after I had baked about 20 .

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