This recipe tastes great as is, though you can improvise with almost anything (NOT processed cheese, now a family legend: "Remember when Mimi blew up ham and cheese egg rolls and spent the first episode of Star Wars chiseling cheese out of the oven?") Using only a couple tablespoons filling makes them wrap better. Flip halfway in the baking, then let them cool completely before putting in the freezer. That seems to help the "soggy in the microwave" problem. They keep in the refrigerator a couple days and microwave great from there; we keep running into each other on midnight egg roll raids. They are so good even our picky toddler nephew wanted more. Fun family project for a Friday night, or an assembly line before DVD night with friends, not too expensive for take-our quality, and hearty enough to be a light meal. Lovely less sodium, lower fat, easily adjustable take on a favorite. Thanks for a real winner!
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This recipe tastes great as is, though you can improvise with almost anything (NOT processed...