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Cheesy Prosciutto and Spinach Wontons

Cheesy Spinach and Prosciutto Wontons by Cheesy Proscuitto and Spinach Wontons, friends, and a good football game…that is a GREAT combination! When I has planning what we would snack on during the game, I came across wonton wrappers. I don’t know about you, but every time I see wonton or egg roll wrappers I begin to brainstorm (with myself) what I could put inside them. There are so many great combinations! This time I decided to fill them with Italian goodness…cheeses and prosciutto…how could that be wrong? 🙂

We had our good friends over on Sunday after church to watch the Seahawks game (Go Hawks!) I served these crispy treats during the game and they (the Seahawks AND the Cheesy Prosciutto and Spinach Wontons) were a hit!

They would be a great addition to your Superbowl treats in a couple of weeks or for your next totally football unrelated gathering. 🙂

Here is what I did.


4 ounces Prosciutto
4 ounces Mascarpone Cheese
2 cups Mozzarella Cheese, grated
4 ounces Ricotta Cheese
1 cup Baby Spinach, packed
2 sprigs, Thyme
1 package Wonton Wrappers (I used round ones)


Place all ingredients except the wonton wrappers in your food processor and pulse until well combined. Take one wonton wrapper and moisten the edges. Fill it with a little less than 1 tablespoon of filling. Arrange the filling so that it is long and thin in the middle of the wrapper. Seal by folding the wrapper in half and pressing the edges together. Pinch along the edges. Fill all wrappers and refrigerate for an hour or so.

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See the little hand…someone was trying to taste one before they were cooked! 🙂

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By letting them sit in the refrigerator, they seal becomes more firm and they are less likely to leak when you fry them.

Heat an inch or so of oil in a deep skillet to medium heat. Cook 4-5 wontons at a time or as many as can fit in your skillet leaving space between each one. Cook until golden brown (a minute or so) and then flip over to brown the other side (another minute or so). Drain on paper towels and enjoy! This recipe makes 55-60 wontons. I served Trader Joe’s Bruchetta topping alongside them, but they would be equally good with a warm marinara dip.

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18 Responses

  1. Hi Diane! I am coming by to say hello because we’re in the same SITS tribe! I’ve been to your site before, but it will be good to get to know you more!

  2. I’m stopping by from our SITS Tribe. We LOVE wontons! I only have one recipe. This makes me want to branch out to another one! I’m looking forward to learning more about you!
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  3. Cara says:

    Oh my these look yummy! I will definitely have to try these! Pinning for later! Thanks for sharing on the DBB!

  4. These look wonderful! What’s not to love about anything wrapped in a won ton and fried? Thanks for sharing…pinning.
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  5. Thanks for sharing these at Marvelous Monday Diane… I’ll be pinning and sharing these!
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  6. Thank you so much for sharing your post at The Weekend re-Treat Link Party on The Best Blog Recipes this week! Wanted to stop by and pin to our Party Boards while I was here tonight 🙂

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  12. DesignedByBH says:

    These look SOOO good! 🙂 Pinning!!!

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  13. I see nothing wrong with filling them with cheese and prosciutto. They sound like a perfect finger food.
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