Won Ton Chips

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A key ingredient in Eggs in a Basket (besides the eggs, of course) is the thin won ton wrappers that hold it all together. However, after recently seeing these wrappers turned into a simple salty snack on one of our favorite sites, I knew I had to give it a try. The best part is that I baked them at the same time as when I was making my breakfast baskets! Ideal for dips, as noted here in the original recipe, I ate them plain and was very pleased with the taste and crunch.

Won Ton Wrapper Chips
Originally posted here on Not Eating Out in New York

Preheat the oven to 350 (which you have already done if you are making Eggs in a Basket) and slice the won ton wrappers diagonally to make a nice “chip” shape. Pour a very small amount of olive oil on a sheet and coat both sides of the won ton by light brushing (or my less culinary way of laying them on one side and then flipping to the other, thus coating both sides). Sprinkle with sesame seeds (although mine didn’t stick) and coarse salt (which stuck really well) and bake for approximately 5 minutes. Once they start to brown and the edges curl, you know your done.

Whether you serve them warm, or let them cool completely, the result is a healthy salty snack!

Posted in Recipes by Rhaya on June 25, 2009 | Permalink | 1 Comment

One thought on “Won Ton Chips

  1. DebinHawaii says:

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    Aloha,

    Deb
    Kahakai Kitchen

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