Baked Buffalo Chicken Rangoons Are A Lighter Take On A Deep-Fried Favorite

Crab rangoons are one of the best deep-fried inventions ever created. But, if you are looking for a more diet-friendly way to enjoy them, or you don’t have a deep fryer available, don’t worry: A baked version of this treat can be equally yummy!

This recipe for Baked Buffalo chicken rangoons from Savvy Saving Couple is a great way to satisfy your rangoon cravings without all that extra oil and mess. It’s also perfect for those who don’t love seafood.

That’s because, instead of using crab meat, which can be expensive and hard to find, this recipe calls for shredded cooked chicken. So you can use a store-bought rotisserie chicken to save yourself time and hassle. You also need cream cheese, blue cheese dressing and Frank’s Red Hot or Tabasco to add some heat.

Adobe

These cute little appetizers, once assembled, are cooked in the oven. Serve with dipping sauces like buffalo sauce, sweet and sour sauce, or ranch dressing. Buffalo chicken rangoons are great for serving at parties, and they can also be easily reheated if you have leftovers.

Find the exact amounts you need and the full method from the Savvy Saving Couple blog.

Or try this recipe for BBQ Chicken Wonton Cups from Lemon Tree Dwelling. Made with sour cream, cream cheese, barbecue sauce, cilantro, red onion and crumbled bacon, this is a flavorful way to take your Asian-inspired cooking to the next level. These bite-size cups are a simple but elegant side that will suit kids and adults alike.

Adobe

Looking for other baked crab rangoon ideas? We like these clever Baked Crab Rangoon cups which are placed in muffin tins. Made with crabmeat, cream cheese, green onions and mayonnaise, these Crab Rangoon cups from Allrecipes.com take just 20 minutes to bake in the oven. You can leave the crab out to make it vegetarian-friendly.

Find other baked crab rangoon appetizer recipes here.