I used store bought salsa as a condiment. There was some left over and I heated it and used it as a side dish and it was very good.
These wonton gems are worth the work, but don't waste your time on the sauce. I made it once, and didn't like the flavor. I have since paired the wontons with Classico Tomato Basil sauce, and it is perfect. These can be served as an appetizer, but are also a great ravioli-like maindish.
This is now probably my favorite recipe! I highly recommend the sauce as it adds a nice kick and is very easy to make (I didn't have Tarragon). The wontons themselves are relatively easy to make if you have the patience for folding them. I didn't use any egg, just water to moisten the wonton sides. Before putting them in the oven I sprayed with non-stick cooking spray. This dries out in the oven but gives the wontons a nice golden crisp color.
These were OK but I did not make the dipping sauce. I did think they were a little bland and will add more spices such as cinammon and nutmeg next time.