Shrimp taco bites that are easy and fun to make for a party or gathering.
Wonton wrappers are seriously like the best things ever. You can stuff, wrap, bake, fry and so much more with these babies. They also make the best appetizer snacks for mankind.
Lately I’ve been craving fish/shrimp tacos. A craving that needs to be fixed immediately! This past week I had picked up some shrimp from the local grocery store and I decided to make a twist to the classic tacos.
Baked wonton wrappers filled with a cilantro cream sauce then topped with red cabbage and shrimp. These little bites are the perfect appetizer or just something to satisfy a craving for shrimp or fish tacos. The best part was that these were so EASY to put together.
I honestly tried to share these with my husband and toddler but after eating 2-3 I really just couldn’t stop. They may have gotten like 3 out of the whole bunch. OOPS… not really all that sorry. These are definitely going to be a go to appetizer for the next time we invite people over.
For the Cream
In a large blender combine all of the ingredients and mix until smooth. Pour the sauce into a small bowl and cover with saran wrap. Place in refrigerator until ready to use.
For the Tacos
Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
Brush olive oil on one side of each wonton wrapper. Place that side down into a muffin tin. Bake in oven for 7 minutes and then remove.
In a large pan heat 3 teaspoons of olive oil. Add the shrimp and cook 3-4 minutes on each side and then remove from heat. Add a pinch of salt to shrimp and stir.
Add a little spoonful of cream to each wonton cup and then top with chopped red cabbage and two pieces of shrimp.
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