Wonton crisps and a smooth potato and white bean dip make a nice change from the usual party fare
Wonton crisps and potato and white bean dip are a perfect pairing for parties and brunches. They also make a great change from the typical chips and dips. Wonton chips can be dressed up or baked plain and are easy to make ahead of time.
Try different seasonings on the wonton skins - from spicy cayenne to sweet paprika..
Baked Wonton Chips
12 Won ton skins,
cut in half
Preheat oven to 400-degrees F. and set rack in center of oven. Coat a cookie sheet with cooking spray (or line with foil and then spray). Froth the egg white and brush tops of won ton skins. Spray lightly with oil. Sprinkle oregano and parmesan on top. Bake for about 5-7 minutes or until crispy. Place in airtight container. Chips will keep for several days.
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