Won ton skins are very versatile, according to Chowhounds. greenstate uses them to make delicious crackers for dips, soft cheeses, or eating on their own: Cut them diagonally, lay them on a cookie sheet, spray with olive oil, sprinkle with salt and freshly ground red pepper, and bake at 400°F for about seven minutes.

amanda3571 cuts the rind off Brie, wraps chunks in won ton skins and seals well, fries them in peanut oil until golden (30 to 60 seconds), and serves them with a dipping sauce of melted raspberry jam.

DanaB recommends this recipe for Alaskan king crab “nachos,” which are served in shells made from won ton skins, and says the shells can be used for a variety of fillings.

hannaone makes cheese pockets with cheddar or Jack, minced onion, and jalapeño; fold the won ton skin diagonally and use some water to seal the edges, then cook on a hot grill or in a skillet.

pamalamb says they’re great in place of no-boil noodles in lasagne. Make sure no ends are left uncovered before baking, or they won’t cook.

MeffaBabe fries the skins plain and tosses them in powdered sugar. These are a big hit at parties, she says. janeh thinks they’re “ridiculously decadent” filled with Nutella and fried until crispy.

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