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Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Baked Crab Ragoon Egg Rolls

     We hardly ever go out to eat.  If we do, it is usually somebody's birthday.  We almost NEVER order in.  Really almost never.  Matt orders a pizza a handful of times a year.  Usually when I am out of town or the guys are in the garage and need something to eat.  Last time I ordered in was a little over 3 years ago.  (See, almost never!)  There is something about crab ragoon.  I feel like I shouldn't like them... but I do!

    So here is a little something to ring in the Chinese New Year.  A tasty little snack that comes as close to the yummy ones you can order without the fryer.  So grab yourself a pack of egg roll wrappers and get to work!

Baked Crab Ragoon Egg Rolls


5 ounces imitation crab meat (or feel free to use the real thing!)
6 oz cream cheese, softened
1 tsp garlic powder
1 green onion, thinly sliced
1 tsp Worcestershire sauce
1/2 tsp salt
1/8 tsp ground ginger
dash lemon juice
12 egg roll wrappers
Cooking spray

  1. Stir together cream cheese and spices until completely mixed.
  2. Fold in green onions and crab meat.
  3. Place about 2 tablespoons of filling on an egg roll wrapper. 

  4. Roll over the edge.
  5. Fold in the sides
  6. Dip a finger in some water and wet the edge of the wrapper to seal.  
  7. Place seam side down on a greased baking sheet.
  8. Once all egg rolls are ready, spray them all with a light coating of cooking spray.
  9. Bake in a 425 F oven for 10 minutes, flip then cook another 8 minutes.  Be careful, they are hot!

MMM! Crab ragoon egg rolls and MiMi's pork fried rice!


  1. these look great pinning to cook later gonna add them to my asian go to recipes thanks for sharing visitng from life is fantasmic have a great weekend

    1. I hope you enjoy them! Thanks for stopping by.

  2. These look delicious, Carlee, and relatively easy to make. Thanks for the step-by-step tutorial! Stopping by from Saturday Dishes...

    1. They are easy! Baking rather than frying them makes it a lot easier than the traditional crab ragoon, but they still get a crunch!

  3. Egg Rolls are my favorite thing!! This will soon be an often repeated meal at my house. It works great with our Gluten Free eating as well!! Thanks so much for the great recipe!chowringhee

    1. I am glad you like them! We really enjoyed them as well. Have a wonderful day!