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Dang, did we ever enjoy these! The only change I made was using ground turkey (I had one patty in the freezer & it worked well) instead of ground beef. They baked up beautifully, are cheesy, moist, and tasty, and excellent for portion control. Another nice thing about this recipe is that after they cool for a while, you actually can eat them with your hands, knife and fork optional. These would be great for game day, a buffet table, party food or, of course, dinner. Thanks kpiper for submitting your recipe, I wouldn’t change a thing, and in this house, it’s been delcared a winner!
These were a hit with my picky husband. I used a large muffin pan and found that the squared of wonton wrappers fit perfectly no cutting required. And I mixed the three cheeses together with basil and oregano and then topped with just mozarella. I think the only thing I might do differently next time is to add some creamed spinach to my cheese mixture I do that for my veal parm topping and find it adds a little more flavor.
They are fun - Kids and hubby all liked but it wasn't voted as amazing (one son and hubby say I should give it 4 stars!). I quite liked the wonton wrapper texture - better than traditional noodles. Easy to make but SO SO SO time consuming. Between the cooking of the meat the prepping of the cheese mixture and the layering it took over an hour. Then the 20 min bake time. I didn't bother to cut them into circles just pressed the squares into the muffin tin. Also I doubled the recipe and barely had enough ingredients for 18 muffins - and they were not large. I think tripling the recipe will be enough for 24 which if I am going to spend that much time prepping I want left-overs. Be sure to let them sit in pan like the recipe states. It tastes just as good straight out of the oven but they are runny and sloppy if you don't let them sit and firm up. Watch the video - make recipe from there pausing at each step!
I'm a vegetarian so I made these with spinach green and yellow squash and onions. I bought "Texas sized" muffin tins for Thanksgiving dinner for the vegetarians and also made the smaller ones for other people. Everyone loved them. I didn't even cut the wonton wrappers and they cooked perfectly. They actually tasted better two days later with some fresh mozzarella and sauce on top heated in the microwave for two minutes. Will definitely make them again.
Added chopped garlic and basil when I sauted the chopped meat. Added some pesto(basil) to the Ricotta Cheese. Took out 5 minutes before finished and put shreded parm on top and back in the oven for the home stretch.