The rumors are that Crab Rangoon was introduced at the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair and was named after Rangoon (Yangon), the former capital city of Burma. Others say it was created in the 1950s by the Polynesian-style restaurant Trader Vic's. Regardless, Crab Rangoon is an Asian-American fusion dish.

Cooking steps

Dice the Garlic!

Click the knife to dice up the Garlic.

Dice the Green Onion!

Click the knife to dice up the Green Onion.

Add the Ingredients!

Click to add the ingredients into the blue bowl. Add the ingredients in the correct order by using the visual clues.

Fold Crab Rangoon!

Follow the steps to learn how to fold Crab Rangoon.

Fry the Crab Rangoon!

Grab the food and drop it into the wok. Don't remove the food too quickly! Turn the food twice. When it is golden brown, grab it and place it on the lower tray.