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I love this recipe and have been making these for a couple of years. An easy variation I have come up with is to use a purchased, fully cooked rotisserie chicken, shred then toss it in teryaki and garlic- then add the bagged coleslaw mix and fold into wrappers. Delicious and time saving :)
You are right, these are easy! This was my first time making Asian food of any kind and they came out great. I didn't use pork and just made mine spring rolls, however instead of vegetable oil I used bacon grease to give that pork flavor. Delicious! I am glad I did. Also, I didn't use the coleslaw blend because I had a ton of cabbage that needed to be used up so I just used shredded cabbage. I served with a little soy sauce for dipping, but once again you are right they don't really need a dipping sauce. I fried up the 6 I used right away in peanut oil in a saucepan and it worked beautifully. The rest are in the freezer waiting to be enjoyed. Thank you so much for the recipe!
These were fantastic! I made these to go with General Tso's chicken so I left out the pork but I only got 7 egg rolls out of the rest of the mix! Which was fine, b/c then I made some cream cheese wontons with the extra egg roll wrappers! I used fresh ginger instead of powdered and it added a delicious zing. I'll for sure be making these often! I think I'll even be daring and try a dessert egg roll with nutella and strawberries!!! Thanks so much!!!
These were amazing! I baked them on a non stick pan sprayed with canola oil, and brushed the top with some olive oil, so good and so easy! Also, I used a pre made Asian salad mix from Safeway for the cabbage... other than that I followed the recipe verbatim, and served it with a sauce of soy, white wine vinegar and chili flake... delicious! Made my recipe hall of fame, and is going in my personal recipe book!
ABSOLUTELY AMAZING!!! A few notes from my experience making this dish is follow directions but i didnt measure 5 cups because i was in a hurry so i just through the whole bag of cabbage mix in there (that probably was 5 cups because it worked perfectly). and i used peanut oil to fry my rolls in and the taste was just superb.
Very good. Really easy to make. I didn't have coleslaw blend so I ended up using shredded carrots and cut up cabbage into small pieces. They looked so much like take out egg rolls. I will be making these again.
These were easy and delicious. I did everything exactly like stated expect I didn't measure the ginger and used broccoli slaw. I am trying to keep myself from eating the last two since I only made four and froze the rest.
These will get made again. Thanks for sharing.
Made this over the weekend for the first time and they were fantastic!! Followed the recipe exactly except I cubed the pork by accident. There were none left so I take it as a sign that they will be requested again soon!!! YUM!!!! Thanks for posting this recipe!!!
Very very good. I made these and loved them. We ate most of them and plan on making them often. (Since I have a half pound of ground pork, I may make them earlier then planned.) LOL Thank you so much for sharing. DD came home and asked it I bought them!!??!!
they were sooooo good!!!! i used a recipe from this site (egg roll wrappers) and made my own wraps. the filling was really good but next time i will only use 2cloves because that garlic stuck with me the rest of the day til i took a shower! lol