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Baked Crab and Garlic “Slawsa” cream cheese wontons. 


BOMB.COM!!! Did you see what I just said there???  I am in total love with this new product from my friends at @Slawsa. Thanks to the good peeps at #Foodiechats and The Slawsa company, I received this wonderful Garlic Slawsa as well as the wonderful original flavor and let me tell you my mind has been blown!!!! The Slawsa company is an all female run company which is just the cool of all the coolest  and not only are their products Cholesterol free, Gluten free and fat free it’s also quite low in sodium. This stuff is not only great on burgers, dogs and as a wonderful sider for chip dipping but, great as a mix in as well. I decided to  blend my Garlic Slawsa into my crab and cream cheese mix for these wonderful baked wontons and it was just the perfect combination of flavors. The Garlic  Slawsa gave my dish a nice sweet and tangy kick that was absolutely amazing. Please check these guys out http://www.Slawsa.com and get yours today!!!! 
24 Wonton wrappers

10 oz softened cream cheese

2 cans drained Lump crab meat

1/2 medium red onion chopped 

1/4 cup Garlic flavored “Slawsa

1/2 squeezed lemon

1 teaspoon Old bay seasoning 

1 teaspoon smoked paprika

Salt and pepper 

Canola oil cooking spray
Preheat oven at 350 

1. In a food processor, combine crab,cream cheese and pulse. Next add in chopped red onion, garlic “Slawsa” squeezed lemon and above seasoning and pulse till fully combined. 
2.Arrange 24 wonton wraps on a large baking sheet. Place about a teaspoon of crab filling in the middle of each wrap. Fold till sides meet and make a triangle making sure to press sides together letting air out. Spray each filled wonton wrap with canola oil spray and bake for about 15 to 20 mins till golden. Remove and serve. 

Cooking time between 15-20 mins 

Makes about 24 wontons. 

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About wickeddeliciouskate

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