Baked ginger-soy wonton crisps
PersonalPoints™ per serving
When you want something crunchy, whip up a batch of these Asian-influenced snacks. The best part is that they come together in under 10 minutes and are far better for you than store-bought chips. You only need four ingredients to make them, one of which is cooking spray. And you can create your own flavors by experimenting with wasabi powder, teriyaki sauce, etc. Try crumbling the crisps over a mixed greens salad for a flavor and texture boost. Or crumble the crisps and use them as a breadcrumb replacement when you're preparing baked chicken or fish. Keep a batch on hand, as the possibilities are endless.
Low sodium soy sauce
- Preheat oven to 425ºF.
- Coat a baking sheet with cooking spray and place wonton wrappers on sheet in a single layer. Bake for 2 minutes; remove from oven. Flip wrappers and bake for 1 minute more.
- Meanwhile, combine soy sauce and ginger in a cup. Remove wonton wrappers from oven and using a pastry brush or clean paint brush, brush soy mixture over wrappers. Bake wrappers for 1 minute more. Remove from oven and place wrappers on a wire wrack to cool. Yields 5 crisps per serving.