Food & Recipes

How To Make Crab And Brie Wontons At Home

Yum! We can't wait to try these!

During this time of social distancing to help stop the spread of the novel coronavirus, restaurants across the country have temporarily shuttered their doors. If you find yourself with a craving for some of your favorite restaurant appetizers, you’re going to want to try out this crab and brie wonton recipe from Mermaids & Mojitos.

It sounds like exactly the type of dish you’d see on the starters menu at your favorite Asian-fusion restaurant, but it’s deceptively easy to prepare.  It’s ready in just 20 minutes from start to finish, and it looks super-impressive too.

Mermaids and Mojitos

Make sure that the lump crab is free of any pieces of shell and rinsed of lemon juice. You can use either spreadable or triple creme brie. The wontons can be made a day ahead of time and stored tightly covered in the refrigerator.

The recipe gives two options for folding these bite-sized snacks — in the shape of a traditional wonton or as a beggar’s purse, which looks like a tiny coin pouch.

I bet these tasty treats would be great with a side of sweet and sour sauce, in addition to the dipping options pictured above!

Check out the blog for the full recipe and additional tips.

Adobe

Looking for more restaurant-quality appetizers you can whip up at home? How about some jalapeno popper chicken nuggets from It’s Simple? They’re hearty, a little spicy and keto-friendly too! Yum!

This recipe for Dublin cheeseboard-stuffed appetizer bread that won the top spot at the 49th Pillsbury Bake-Off in 2019 looks fancy but is simple to make. This is one starter that’s sure to be gone faster than you can say, “Dinner’s ready!”

If you need a cocktail to wash down all these yummy appetizers with, check out these 12 iconic cocktails from around the world. Although travel may not be an option for a while, you can still sip your way through different cultures!

Adobe

Have you upped your cooking — or bartending — game since you’ve been stuck at home?