Copy Cat Recipe - Panda Express Cream Cheese Wonton (2024)

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Creamy and crunchy a perfect treat and easy to make.

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What You Need

  • 1 8 ounce package cream cheese – softened ( regular or lowfat)
  • 1 1/2 tablespoons scallions sliced thin
  • pinch of garlic powder
  • wonton wrappers
  • Oil

What To Do

Heat oil in a cooking pot – you need to get it up to 350 degrees.

Mix together ( cream cheese, garlic powder, and scallions)

Place 1 tablespoon of mix in a middle of a wonton wrapper

Fold wonton and secure edges with water

Drop wonton into the oil

Cook till golden brown and let wonton dry on paper towel

Enjoy!

Copy Cat Recipe - Panda Express Cream Cheese Wonton

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Ingredients

  • 1 8 ounce package cream cheese - softened ( regular or lowfat)
  • 1½ tablespoons scallions sliced thin
  • pinch of garlic powder
  • wonton wrappers
  • Oil

Instructions

  1. Heat oil in a cooking pot - you need to get it up to 350 degrees.
  2. Mix together ( cream cheese, garlic powder, and scallions)
  3. Place 1 tablespoon of mix in a middle of a wonton wrapper
  4. Fold wonton and secure edges with water
  5. Drop wonton into the oil
  6. Cook till golden brown and let wonton dry on paper towel
  7. Enjoy!

Recipe is adapted from HERE

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  • snack
  • Vegetarian

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  • tonya

    add some imitation crab to the mix and you have crab puffs….these are so good and if you flash fry them you can freeze them….would not recommend freezing them if you dont fry them first or they will stick together. I love your recipes.

    • Kelly

      Exactly what I was thinking! I used to get Crab Puffs from a restaurant years ago!

  • Kristina

    I just have to ask…what’s the coconut oil in the picture for?

    • Budget Savvy Diva

      It is the oil I used to cook the wontons in

  • toni

    Oh, I love these,,, try Salmon Cream cheese with a little Dill. Or any fruit flavored cream cheese and you can add a chunk of fruit! Dip in Chocolate too! Sundried tomato with basil… So many yummy things! 🙂

  • Sherise

    Can these be baked instead of fried? I dont fry food maybe a sautee here and there, but these look and sound AWESOME and I love the idea about using fruit!! a MUST TRY!

    • Budget Savvy Diva

      I love the idea – I am sure they can be baked

      • Heather Reid

        That’s what I do. I ALWAYS bake mine. I give them a little spritz of cooking spray and pop them in a 350 F oven until brown. The cooking spray helps them crisp up nicely. My family LOVES cream cheese won tons and I love that I can bake them and save some of the calories so I can have a couple extra ;).

  • Laurel

    1 8oz pkg cream cheese/1 tsp garlic salt /1/2 tsp lemon juice…combine add crab meat and combine…and you have crab rangoon…Ive made them for years and we will have them tonight with Chicken LoMein…delish ~

    • Kelly

      Thanks! I usually buy those prepackaged ones at the commissary, and they’re over $2.00 for a 6 pack! I think these will be way better!

  • Laura S.

    Can these be made ahead of time and reheated? (Or room temp?)

  • Annie

    Flash freeze on a cookie sheet. They wont stick together. After frozen, they can be bagged and frozen for later use. I have done this for years.

  • Lori

    I have been craving Chinese for along while now. So I decided to make a full dinner of take-out fake-outs tonight. This just made the list. I found a recipe for homemade wonton wrappers too so I don’t have to go to the store for anything. I am going to try baking them instead of frying them. Thank you again for another great DIY recipe.

  • Stephanie

    I just recently found this website, and want to say I love this recipe and also also enjoy the posts as well with twists on the original recipe because I enjoy having multiple uses out of on recipe.

    • Watson

      You are very sweet – thank you for the feedback 🙂

  • Josephine

    I’m so making these!!! :O I LOVE their cream cheese wantons! I bet it would be cheaper to make them yourself then to buy them. I am addicted to these so I need to make them.

  • theresa

    :O im drooling

  • trina

    do you know how this recipe would turn out if I substituted the wonton wrapper for rice paper wrappers for a gluten free option?

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