Cambodian Egg Rolls

"This is a family recipe. Growing up my mom only make these on special occassions. I actually always have these in my freezers for whenever i am hunger for them. Everyone that has tried these egg rolls loved it. Beware: they are very addictive!"
photo by Nimz_ photo by Nimz_
photo by Nimz_
photo by Nimz_ photo by Nimz_
Ready In:
1hr 15mins
55-60 egg rolls




  • Soak the rice noodles in hot water for about 10-15 minutes. Cut to 2 inches in length.
  • In a large bowl mix first 12 ingredients and set aside.
  • In a small bowl mix flour and water to make a loose paste to seal the wrappers.
  • Instructions on how to roll the egg rolls should be on back of the each packages. Use 1-2 tbsp of filling for each wrappers and seal edges with the water and flour mixture. Make about 55-60 depending on the amount of fillings you use. Give or take. (There has been times that i have more fillings and less wraps or vise versa).
  • Deep fry until golden brown. Cook time is about 15-20 minutes per batch depending on your fryer and amount or egg rolls per batch.
  • Serve with favorite sweet and sour sauce.

Questions & Replies

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  1. Sheryl T.
    How long can these stay in the freezer? And obviously you don’t fry them before freezing correct?


  1. Nimz_
    These are very very good. My store was out of bean sprouts so left them out and could not find the vermicelli rice noodles so I used Maifun rice sticks which I really like and they worked well for this recipe. The flour and water seal was excellent. I only had 1 roll unfold, which is good for me. I think I would increase some of the oyster sauce and soy sauce next time because we could barely taste it. We will be making these again for sure. thanks so much for posting. Made for PAC Fall 2007


I did not always have a passion for cooking, i would say my passion started about 6 years ago. After I was married and money was really tight with my husband the only one working. Having to make ends meet with a military pay check. I have to basically cook from scratch, created and experiment lots of different food. I am so glad that i did though, because i had no idea how fun cooking and rewarding cooking can be. I was born in Thailand, but was raised in Stockton, CA where i met my husband. I grew up in a family of 8 kids, mom was a stay at home mom and also such a great asian cook. Growing up we didn't have much money, but my mom managed to have atlease 2-3 different dishes each night and great homemade meals 3 times a day. Even being married and out of the house for almost 10 years i still miss living at home and growing up in a happy and not so quit house. That is the memory i hope to accomplish with my kids once they are grown and have their own family. I would not change being a stay at home mom for any job out there.
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