Planning a wine tasting for your best buds? Well you will need some amazing appetizers to serve up along your favorite wines. Always a welcome appetizers is ones made with wonton wrappers! There’s so many different types you can create using a simple ingredient like wonton wrappers! Some with homemade recipes for wrappers and some made with store bought wrappers. There is something for everyone to enjoy! Even some keto, lactose, and gluten free options! Check out our list Appetizers Made with Wonton Wrappers below!
Savory Wonton Wrappers
There are so many unique and creative recipes that using wontons! Classic crispy chips, nachos, and even pizza stuffed wontons! Asian, Mexican, and American style stuffed wontons. Deep fried to golden brown to steamed for a healthier option, you can literally do anything with these easy to prepare wrappers! Make them ahead of time or day of your wine tasting party and really wow your guests! Pick a couple different appetizers and enjoy your fabulous evening full of good friends, wine, and tasty food.
These Jalapeno Popper Wonton Cups are the perfect way to spice up game days or any special event with a fun and easy appetizer featuring a delicious combination of cream cheese, jalapenos, and crispy wonton wrapper cups.
These Taco Wonton Cups are the perfect bite-sized snack or appetizers! Crispy wonton cups are filled with a taco filling that everyone - especially kids of all ages - love for snacking or even a fun finger food dinner!
These buffalo chicken air fryer wontons are stuffed with cream cheese and spicy chicken filling, then air fried to crispy perfection. Buffalo chicken wontons are perfect for a delicious snack or tasty start to your meal. You will love making air fryer buffalo chicken wontons as a fun game day appetizer.
These delicious vegan Southwest egg rolls are a party in your mouth! Each egg roll is filled with lentil taco meat and veggies and cooked to a golden brown. This Southwest egg roll recipe is served with southwest dipping sauce.
Fall in love with the crispy, creamy, and salty flavors of Italian Nachos. For a fun twist on nachos, make homemade chips topped with Alfredo sauce, mozzarella cheese, Italian sausage, pepperoni, and tons of colorful veggies.
Experience a delightful balance of crispy and tender textures with this pan fried gyoza recipe. The Japanese dumpling is filled with a combination of minced pork, vegetables and spices, wrapped in a thin dough and pan-fried until crispy and then steamed giving them a tender interior. And let’s not forget about the homemade dumpling dipping sauce, a savory mixture of soy sauce, rice vinegar, and sesame oil, which complements the flavors of the pork gyoza perfectly.
Introducing one of the best game day appetizers - sit back and enjoy this Buffalo Chicken Egg Rolls air fryer recipe while cheering on your favorite team! A zesty buffalo chicken dip with creamy blue cheese is wrapped in a crispy roll and air fried to perfection. Win, win!
The most amazing ahi tuna poke nachos with wontons are easier to make at home than you ever imagined. They are spicy, crunchy, salty, & irresistible. Top crispy wonton chips with homemade poke, fresh avocado, spicy jalapenos, & onions for a flavor explosion. In one bite you get nutty, spicy, & pungent flavors with the tender ahi.
These spinach artichoke wontons are filled with a mixture of cream cheese, artichokes, spinach and grated cheese, then wrapped up and deep fried to golden brown perfection. An unexpected party appetizer that’s a unique take on the traditional spinach artichoke dip.
Jalapeño Avocado Cream Cheese Wontons are essentially a fried, amped up version of your favorite jalapeño popper appetizer! The creamy and spicy filling wrapped in a fried wonton wrapper makes these poppers a fantastic party appetizer or even an afternoon snack.
These easy salt and pepper wonton crackers are ready in just 10 minutes! Start with store bought wonton wrappers, brush them with oil, then hit them with a few spices and bake for a crispy, crunchy homemade cracker.
Tuna tartare has got to be one of the best appetizers out there. It's easy, requires zero cooking, and the flavor payout is phenomenal This recipe comes with two versions - on how to serve, both using wonton wrappers!
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