If you have problems remembering which participle adjective to use (bored or boring?), here's one trick that you can use.
-ING adjectives can be used to talk about the reason why you use something:
-ED adjectives are used to describe what has happened to the thing. (This is why you see -ED adjectives used a lot in the names of foods:)
chocolate-dipped peanuts (like Conguitos)
And see the photo below to see a perfect example of how NOT to use participle adjectives to describe food.