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Egg Salad Wonton Cups Appetizers

With the holidays already in full swing, you are going to need some delicious and creative ways to keep the hungry crowds happy. Here's a neat twist on an old theme... Egg Salad Wonton Cups Appetizers is an easy appetizer recipe, that makes a great contrast between crunchy wonton wrappers and the creamy egg salad inside.
This appetizer is very suitable for every occasion, and a great alternative to the traditional grilled egg appetizer.
Next time, you have guests over, try out this recipe. It works well for Christmas Eve or a New Year's celebration as well as for other holiday parties and gatherings.
Remember, appetizers are loved by old and young. They always help the conversation to flow and add a sense of festivity to any kind of party!

Little appetizers have an enormous role, to play when it involves successful entertaining. The right appetizers often can set the tone for a very memorable cocktail or banquet. 

Unfortunately, some timid cooks are content to stay with chilled shrimp or cocktail wieners. but now's the time to find out the way to make some classic appetizers, for real zest and zing at the next party.


  • 36 wonton rolls
  • 3 cups of egg salad (your own recipe).
  • 1/3 cup green onion (chopped).
  • 1/3 cup carrots (grated).


  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
  1. Cover one side of each wonton roll with non-stick cooking spray.
  1. Take wonton wrappers and gently press the coated side down into miniature muffin cups.
  1. Bake wontons for 10-12 minutes or until they turn golden brown, then take them out of the oven and place them on wire shelves to cool.
  1. Next, mix egg salad, onion, and carrot and mix well.
  1. At this point, stir in the bacon.
  1. Finally, put about 1 tablespoon of egg salad in each cup of the wonton.
  1. Complete these great appetizers by garnishing each cup with chunks of tomato and sprinkling with parsley.

Hello! Welcome to The "Dish Flavor", the first resource for the finest recipes and lifestyle. I'm Mohammad. I was born and raised in Algeria bordering the Mediterranean, and as the cradle of African, and Mediterranean cooking, I was very excited to share easy, amazing recipes with wonderful flavors. Welcome to my blog!