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Wonton Crisps

My Foodie Calls page is dedicated to fun recipes. One that I love to make is wonton crisps. I put fresh seared yellowfin tuna, micro greens and srirachi aioli atop each crisp. YUM  !!  Get a package of wonton wrappers, cut into 4 squares with your  pizza cutter, brush lightly with olive oil, sprinkle with fresh grated parmesan, herbs and sesame seeds . Bake for 10 – 12 minutes at 350 degrees until crispy. Cool  and store in air tight containers.  Create your own variety of crisps by selecting your favorite herbs & spices…  I do love a touch of cayenne for a little heat !!  wonton crackers 001

Serve with fresh tuna tartar or with my wasabi cream cheese and teriyaki spread. So simple and fresh. Enjoy!!

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Comments on: "Wonton Crisps" (1)

  1. Renny Kranich said:

    I am so intrigued by this. I have been looking for baked crackers or other goodies, [not tortilla chips] we can use for dipping (guacamole, salsa, etc.) I never thought of Wonton! I even checked the ingredients. They aren’t made with oil or fats. Wonderful!

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