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    Default Article: MYO Crab Rangoons

    Make your own mouth watering Crab Rangoons - a game day favorite, ready in just minutes

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    I love these things and they're usually pretty expensive for an order of three wontons when purchased at the local Chinese restaurant or Panda Express. Looking forward to trying this recipe out!

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    oh yum! This looks super tasty! I wonder if you can use imitation crab though? real crab is awesome but pricey...

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    Imitation crab would be what I'd use. These are on my to make list!

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    Look so much cheaper than at the restaurants. Well try these soon.

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    Default Re: MYO Crab Rangoons

    I love crab ragoons! We only eat them in America, now i can make these every ones favorite here in Holland. Thank you!

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    Default Re: MYO Crab Rangoons

    Quote Originally Posted by burrkitty View Post
    oh yum! This looks super tasty! I wonder if you can use imitation crab though? real crab is awesome but pricey...
    I find imitation crab tastes better in these. Less salty and much cheaper.

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    I've made something similar at home. The notable differences are I use white onions, powdered garlic (used conservatively), imitation crab, and Siracha sauce instead of Worcestershire.

 

 
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