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from League City, TX, USA 1/2 lb crab meat 1/2 lb cream cheese 1/2 tsp A-1 Sauce 1/4 tsp garlic powder Won Ton noodle squares 1 egg yolk, beaten Chop crab meat and blend with cheese and seasonings. Put 1/2 teaspoon of mixture in center of noodle square, fold square over cornerwise. Moisten edges slightly with beaten egg and twist together. Fry in deep fat until delicately browned. Serve hot. Makes 190 to 195 squares. Use a mixture of Coleman's dry mustard moistened with water to a creamy consistency as a dip. Try adding some Kikkoman soy sauce to the mustard mixture to reduce the heat and add a bit more flavor.

Crab Rangoon


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from League City, TX, USA

1/2 lb
crab meat
1/2 lb
cream cheese
1/2 tsp A-1
Sauce
1/4 tsp
garlic powder
Won Ton noodle squares
1
egg yolk, beaten

Chop crab meat and blend with cheese and seasonings. Put 1/2
teaspoon of mixture in center of noodle square, fold square over
cornerwise.
Moisten edges slightly with beaten egg and twist
together.
Fry in deep fat until delicately browned. Serve hot.
Makes 190 to 195 squares.

Use a mixture of Coleman's
dry mustard moistened with water to
a
creamy consistency as a dip. Try adding some Kikkoman soy
sauce to the mustard mixture to reduce the heat and add a bit
more flavor.



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