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This is as close to the original as I can imagine. A few tweaks: tamarind paste is a lot easier to find. I used sprigs of saffron rather than powder. Obviously, you need more than one avocado, I use 6. The honey is what makes it thicker than CF's but I like it. I also don't warm in in the microwave. All the dry ingredients (esp the cashews) go in a food processor. Finally, I tried oriental egg roll wrappers (TYJ) which cook quicker and are crispier and only need water to "glue it" rather than egg. DELICIOUS

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hoyadoctor December 16, 2009

Wow, this was quite different from anything I've made. I really liked them and the sauce was great. I had won ton rolls so used them instead of eggrolls. I had little bites! I really enjoyed the flavor. There is no Cheesecake Factory in this part of N.C., but if I ever find one I will definetaly try the Avocado Eggrolls! Thanks for a delicious recipe.

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Sharon123 May 19, 2003

These were great, you need to fry them and do not sub out the saffron or tamarind. I found the tamarind and an Indian cuisine store! They were delicious but, this will not serve 2-4 with only three wrappers. We made a dozen for 3 of us and it was a delicious light meal!

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hollydzh_5507105 September 16, 2014

Great recipe! I made this recipe for a party and made like 40 of them for the first time ever, spent about the whole afternoon but they came out great! The recipe is well referenced. The rolls were a bit bland without the salt, but the dipping sauce makes it a delicious combo. If you get the eggroll wraps, I recommend baking them because fried ones were just a bit too oily for me, but the baked one tasted just as good. Worth the work everyone, you should try it! If you're making it for a party, I recommend only doubling the recipe or just having maybe 1 pack of eggrolls (about 20) and halving them because I made too much for a ~10 person party. For those of you unable to find tamarind sauce or saffron, go to the local Indian grocery store (e.g. Cash N' Carry) and you can find it there.

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Madula R. September 11, 2014

These came out just as I remember....super yummy. I did use 2 avocados and skipped the safran. P.S. Avocados are actually really good for you and considered a "healthy fat" aka monounsaturated that reduces bad cholesterol, good source of protein/potassium/Vita K & B plus fiber! And, I baked mine instead of frying and came out just as good.

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Miamimama April 25, 2014

I have eaten at the Cheesecake factory many times solely to have the tamarind sauce for their avocado egg rolls. In my opinion, this tastes NOTHING like the recipe and I followed it to the T. I wasted a lot of money on ingredients not to mention my time.

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tricialew75 April 23, 2014

I would say this is the closest thing to the Cheesecake Factory Avocado egg roll out there. The only thing I would suggest is modifying the amount of dipping sauce since you end up with a lot left over. But on the other hand, that is just motivation to make more egg rolls.

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bclarke902 April 03, 2014

I have never tried these at the cheesecake factory so I have no idea how they compare. I thought these were good, but not great. My husband and I both thought they seemed like they were missing something. However, the sauce is AMAZING I almost didn't make it and I would have been missing out for sure!!

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nkoprince08 April 15, 2013

Delicious! Tasted just like the restaurant. Wish I would have remembered that they serve it with those fried rice noodles on top! I had a hard time finding the tamarind pulp and saffron. Finally ended up at a huge Asian market and had success. The tamarind pulp is in a bag in the freezer section. And we paid $10 for 1.2 grams of saffron. I would say it is equal to 4 "pinches". Pretty pricy. I have enough to make the sauce 3 more times though! I used 6 avocados, and I ended up with 8 eggrolls. I might have filled them more, but they seemed the right size. I was expecting a lot more eggrolls though, since the recipe calls for 1 avocado and it makes 3 eggrolls.

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hjennife September 28, 2012

I love the avacado eggrolls at cheese cake factory. But I must admit I find them to be a bit expensive. When I saw this recipe I was rather eager to try.

It took me longer to find the ingredients then it did for me to prep and cook this dish. Saffron is very expensive. Where I live, it is about $20 for 0.06 of an ounce. So I did substitute with a sprinkle of Goya Sazon "Azafran" seasoning which has a seasonioning blend with safron in it. Only about $3.00 for a box.

The next thing was the tamarind paste. I was not able to find it anywhere. Unfortunalty, I dont know of any asian or hispanic stores in my area within a 10 mile radius. So I did visit a west indian store which had "tamarind candy balls". Just curious, I looked at the ingredients which contained only "tamarind pulp and brown sugar". I figured I would try it.

To my surprised it was delicous! My hubby hates avacado but loved the sauce and wanted to have it with a steak.

I loved the avocado egg rollls. Making egg rolls takes practice but for my first try. They came out just like the pictures. Delicious!!! Thanks for posting this recipe.

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adriennefu August 01, 2012
Copycat Cheesecake Factory's Avocado Egg Rolls by Todd Wilbur