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Old 09-12-2012, 11:22 PM   #61
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Yum, Southwest eggrolls!
Very versitile.

Go for Asian style pulled pork, or roast pork belly.
Carrot
Daikon
Jalapeno
Cilantro
wrap em up and fry away, it's like a Bahn mi style roll

Bacon
Jalapeno
smoked chicken
cilantro
black bean
pepperjack

Better than any of the App style, restaurant ones


Bacon
mac n Cheese
Jalapeno(if you want some kick)
Lump Crab meat

People go NUTS for them. . .

Sky is the limit with eggroll wrappers. Even Philly Cheese steak eggrolls that seem to be becoming all the rage in DC. If you can think it, you can wrap it, and fry it.
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Old 09-13-2012, 06:43 AM   #62
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Deep fried beef and cheese. How can you go wrong??
Philly Cheese Steak Egg Rolls Recipe : Guy Fieri : Recipes : Food Network
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Old 09-13-2012, 08:29 AM   #63
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Deep fried beef and cheese. How can you go wrong??
Philly Cheese Steak Egg Rolls Recipe : Guy Fieri : Recipes : Food Network

Take a fistfull of fresh bread dough; roll it out into a thin membrane. Place a portion of pre-cooked and seasoned venison cubes, saute'd onion, and your favorite cheese in the middle. Enclose the ingredients in the dough by folding the edges up and around the filling. Pinch the edges to seal, and deep fry, or bake until the dough is golden brown. Serve hot, with a side of garden salad.

Oh, yeh!!!

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Old 09-13-2012, 01:05 PM   #64
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My first homemade egg rolls got 2 thumbs up from the family.


Very nice. What's innside?
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Old 09-13-2012, 01:05 PM   #65
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Darn, that me me hungry for eggrolls.
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Old 09-13-2012, 01:34 PM   #66
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Darn, that me me hungry for eggrolls.
Me too! I am still trying to through the harvest season, but egg rolls are on my list of things to do once the kitchen belongs to me again and not the garden harvest!
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Old 09-13-2012, 02:01 PM   #67
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Very nice. What's innside?
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Me too! I am still trying to through the harvest season, but egg rolls are on my list of things to do once the kitchen belongs to me again and not the garden harvest!
Thank you.

Egg roll filling:


ground pork
shredded green cabbage
shredded carrot
bamboo shoots - drained and chopped
whole mushrooms - chopped
celery stalks - chopped fine
green onions - thinly sliced
soy sauce
salt
sugar
accent (MSG)
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Old 09-13-2012, 02:04 PM   #68
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I'm going to try and make these tomorrow. What do you put in your egg rolls and how do you make them at your house?
Fillings for egg rolls or wontons (other than Asian):

Reuben w/ thousand island or russian dressing dipping sauce

Italian Egg Rolls (my personal fave)
Ground sausage or beef, roasted sweet red peppers, vermicelli (broken), & pine nuts, w/ marinara dipping sauce

Avocado & lobster or crab egg rolls

Sweet:

Apple Pie Egg rolls sprinkled w/ powdered sugar & served warm w/ vanilla ice cream

Nutella & banana Egg rolls

So many possibilities.
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I've make all sorts of what I'll call egg rolls over the years, using various kinds of wrappers. Now all I can get are the won-ton and regular egg roll wrappers. Once a neighbor's Vietnamese mother came over and we moved the kitchen table to the middle of the room, and she taught us how to make those absolutely delicious Vietnamese spring rolls. I cannot buy those particular kinds of wrappers locally (much thinner than the regular Chinese egg roll wrappers). In Hawaii I used to be able to buy the wrappers for Filipino egg rolls (long and thin, sort of like a cigar, can't remember what they're called).

Great eats, all of them!
Filipino Egg Rolls - Lumpia
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Filipino Egg Rolls - Lumpia
Oh yes, the Filipino nurses know how to make extra cash from me. 30 Lumpia for $15. They are frozen so I can set them up for lunches. $1 for lunch is really good!
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