Add a touch of the fancy to a regular meal by whipping up these super-easy crackers as an accompaniment.
Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and preheat your oven to 400°F.
Get yourself a package of won ton wrappers. You could probably use round dumpling wrappers as well, but I haven’t tried those. Separate each wrapper and brush both sides with melted butter, using a pastry brush. If you want to be slightly healthier you can use vegetable oil, but I like the darkness the butter creates. Place those suckers on your baking sheet. Don’t fret if they don’t lie flat — they’re going to curl anyway.
Sprinkle the wrappers with salt and pepper. I added a bit of premixed Tex-Mex spice for flava. You could probably do a sweet version of these with brown sugar and cinnamon too.
Bake for 5-10 minutes, until the wrappers are crisp and full of bubbles, and they’re as dark and toasty as you want them to be.
Transfer to a wire rack to cool and then serve.
5 thoughts on “Crispy Won Ton Crackers”
I want to make these but I’m terrified of the caloric content… but god they look so good!
You can do it with olive oil, too. I just like the taste of the butter.
Where could one find Tex Mex here on the Rock? Have you seen it here?
There’s a MexiCali Rosa’s at the end of George Street, but I’m not a huge fan. You could just come upstairs and we could sort something out …