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Old 08-12-2012, 12:27 PM   #51
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One fun thing about egg rolls is that while they are typically Asian you can make them with almost anything. Perhaps not called egg rolls but I've seen pizza rolls that are egg rolls with pizza topping like stuffing.

CWS what temperature do you use for flash freezing? Can regular people get that in a freezer or deep freeze?
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Old 08-12-2012, 12:45 PM   #52
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I think it is -4F, but I'd have to check. I haven't changed the settings that she had it at (which are in C). She got it at a restaurant supply place.
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TYVM. I think I'll put it on my list... after the sous vide. Maybe not. I think even the sous vide may be going too far, unless lucky like you to get one gifted.
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CW, I'm sorry, only today got to PC. I've done the same thing many times since this was originally posted. Works like a clock. I have tried to freeze it before frying with no luck. The result was lousy.
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Old 08-12-2012, 07:54 PM   #55
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My wife likes egg rolls with avocado and sun-dried tomatoes.
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Old 08-12-2012, 10:07 PM   #56
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My wife likes egg rolls with avocado and sun-dried tomatoes.
As the "sauce" or as the filling? The three I ate last night were not soggy--they were very crispy. I did them in the toaster oven because I was only reheating three and didn't want to start the oven for that. It seems to me if one buys frozen egg rolls, they are pre-cooked as well.
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TYVM. I think I'll put it on my list... after the sous vide. Maybe not. I think even the sous vide may be going too far, unless lucky like you to get one gifted.
The one I have is the size of a bar fridge and it is an upright. It wasn't quite gifted (I think we agreed $50) and I love it.
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My wife likes egg rolls with avocado and sun-dried tomatoes.
I am thinking my hubby would love that
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As the "sauce" or as the filling? The three I ate last night were not soggy--they were very crispy. I did them in the toaster oven because I was only reheating three and didn't want to start the oven for that. It seems to me if one buys frozen egg rolls, they are pre-cooked as well.
Yes, as the Filling, plus the seasoning to taste, of course. And yes you are right about store bought eggrols they are pre-cooked, all you have to do is to pop them in the oven.
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Old 09-12-2012, 09:03 PM   #60
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My first homemade egg rolls got 2 thumbs up from the family.

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