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Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Homemade Egg Rolls..



Hello everyone.. 
Hope all is well in your world.. 

Posting the recipe for 
Homemade Egg Roll recipe on here today.. 

Someone was wanting it and when I tried to find it on my blog I realized that I had not posted the actual recipe but just about the Keepers of the Home meeting making them.. 
So .. 
Without further ado here is the recipe thanks to my sweet 
sister-in-law who helped us make them in the beginning and is so patient as to update the recipe for me as I could not find the original.. daah!  

Homemade Egg Rolls.. 
Grate 1/2 of a large cabbage
1/2 cup of finely chopped celery
1 small onion
4 T. of soya sauce 
2 tsp. salt and pepper
1 cup of meat.. cooked hamburger, chicken or shrimp (chopped)
1 cup of cooked rice
1 can of drained bean sprouts.. 
Mix together in a large bowl and taste as to whether you prefer more salt or pepper.. 
I always add more pepper then 1 tsp.. 

please note... 
You can leave out the meat and just replace with veggies.. 
Grated carrots or mushrooms or just more of a veggie called for.. 

Fill each egg roll cover with about 1 tablespoon or filling.. 
Use a pastry brush and a whisked egg or water to coat the edges and then seal.. 


Put them on a parchment covered tray and cover with a tea towel while you cook them.. 

Fry in an electric fry pan or whatever using Mazola Oil at 375 degrees F. for a minute or two on each side until brown.. 
You will probably turn them a time or two.. 

Drain on another paper towel lined tray until cool.. 


We made around 100 egg rolls at the meeting, I think.. 
It makes quite a few... 
We freeze them in separate zip lock bags.. 
I usually freeze 6 at a time but that is up to your families' needs..  

You can buy the egg roll covers at the grocers and most of the time in the frozen department.. 

Thanks for dropping by and let me know how you like the recipe.. 


Take care, dear hearts and talk again soon.. 
God bless.. 




9 comments:

  1. These looks and sound amazing!!! Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Faye, thanks for the recipe. I am not sure I have seen the egg roll covers here in Australia but we probably have something similar with a different name.

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  3. Yum! Looks like a tasty recipe; thanks for taking time to share with us.

    ~K.

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  4. Yummy, thanks Faye. Have a beautiful day, friend.

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  5. Faye your egg rolls look delicious - thanks so much for the recipe!
    Blessings
    Karen

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  6. Sounds delicious. I'd not use bean sprouts as I have never liked them. At.all. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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  7. Oh Faye, they look positively scrumptious :0) I love the fryer :D mari

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