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Crispy Crab Rangoon Recipe- Panda Express Copycat

Crab Rangoon

Crab Rangoon is easy to make crispy appetizer. It is often found in Thai and Chinese restaurants in USA, and is served as an appetizer with sweet spicy dipping sauce. Deep fried wanton wraps filled with crab and cream cheese filling, is yummy and an absolute party favorite. Try this, you will surely love it.

Wanton wraps- 16
Crab meat- 1 cup
Cream cheese- 4 ounce
Sugar- 1/2 tsp
Minced garlic- 1
Soya sauce- a few drops
Spring onion chopped- 3 tbs
Salt and pepper to taste
Oil for frying- 2 cup

Keep wanton wraps under a damp towel to keep it from drying.
If you are using fresh crabs cook and break the shell. Scoop out the meat and set aside.
In a bowl add soften room temperature cream cheese, crab meat, salt and pepper, few drops of soya sauce, sugar and minced garlic.Mix well.
Take one wanton wrap and wet the edges with water. Place a teaspoon full of crab filling in the center. Fold the wrap diagonally like a triangle.Press and seal the two edges but not the center. Now pull the two side flaps to the top like crown and seal. Make it into a tiny parcel and press to seal all sides to keep it secure.
Meanwhile heat oil in a pan and when hot gently drop them and fry till crispy and golden brown. Remove from oil and place on paper towel to remove the excess oil. Serve with sweet chilly sauce or ketchup.

You might also like,
Crab Croquettes
Malaysian Crispy Fried Chicken Curry Puffs
Korean Chilli Garlic Chicken
Vietnamese Fish Cakes
Italian Spicy Breaded Shrimp
Minced Prawns Patties

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Hope you will all enjoy!


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