Effortless Egg Rolls
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 30 min.
Makes10 egg rolls
These were good. I used ground turkey, so probably not as much flavor as sausage would have. I baked them in the oven at 400 degrees, after spritzing them with avocado oil. They baked for more than 20 minutes, and the eggroll skins were kind of rubbery. But, I have to say, I was seriously hungry, and ate three of them with Teriyaki dipping sauce. I'd make them again, but would use the sausage next time.
Quick egg roll. I have some broccoli haters so it was hard for me to find a stir-fry blend without broccoli, which made this a little less effortless for me. I used turkey sausage in place of the pork sausage.
We have been making our own from scratch for 30 plus years. We wont stop but this is a very good recipe for rolls in a hurry! Baking sounds interesting, may have to try it. For a really good sweet & sour sauce, mix a jar of apricot preserves with a little cider vinegar. Just add a Tbs at a time till you get the level of tartness you like!
I too would prefer to bake in stead of frying ... I sub shrimp for the pork, great.
This was a great idea. I made eggrolls once from scratch and swore I would never make them again. This was so easy and they were just as good.
Yum. This is a keeper
pajamaangel..Please help.....I'd rather bake them than fry,,,,but at what temp and how long ?
Very fast, very tastey. Made in the morning cooked in the afternoon. Be sure the filling has cooled and cover until ready to fry. Had the authentic Chinese flavor I was looking for.
loved this recipe abut the first batch burned - ended up cutting my own cabbage and shredded carrots family loved both
I'm not really a fan of pork sausage but these tasted good. I baked the egg rolls instead of frying them just because I had too many other things going on the stovetop. Still turned out crispy and less fat, too!