Do you remember the Buffalo Chicken Dip recipe I blogged about the other day? Well, I had some extra wonton wrappers sitting in my fridge that were heading near the expiration date. I didn’t want them to be wasted, and figured that the buffalo chicken dip would fry up nicely in a wonton wrapper…oh, man was I correct. These were delicious!
Source: Katie Original
Prep: 15 minutes
Cook: 5 minutes
- ½ cup of Buffalo Chicken Dip
- 12 wonton wrappers
- oil for frying
- small bowl of warm water.
1. Pre-heat the deep fryer.
2. While the oil is heating place one to two teaspoons of Buffalo Chicken dip in the middle of the won wrapper. Using your finger dip it into the bowl of warm water, and then outline the parameter of the wonton wrapper with the water, so that the wrapper is moist. Then seal the wrapper like an envelope; fold the bottom and top corners to the middle and then fold the right corner to the middle point, followed by the left. Make sure that all edges of the wonton are sealed.
3. Place the buffalo chicken wontons in the deep fryer for about 5 minutes. Serve hot, immediately.
Buffalo Chicken Dip
Absolutely fabulous idea. I have actually used extra dip to make a pizza out of, comes out excellent as well. The wonton wrappers are a perfect way to mix up how your guests eat the dip though.
Maureen Cavanaugh Berry
They look great. I think I'd dip them in blue cheese dressing. Not that they need it, but Wow!
Yum, what original sounding wontons. I bet these would be a hit if you took them to a party.
Stevie @ MooreBabies
Those look fantastic! I'm here via the recipe blog hope at Remodelaholic 🙂