Recipe by ANNETTER
"After many experiments, this is my ultimate egg roll recipe."
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oil for deep frying
chopped fresh ginger root
garlic, peeled and minced
1 medium head
bok choy, shredded
green onions, finely chopped
2 (12 ounce) packages
I used hot chili sesame oil instead of the sesame oil. It gave it a good spicy bite. These were really good a lot better than take out! Will try them again.
These egg rolls had the look of being straight from the restaurant, but tasted otherwise. They were very bland! I substituted chicken for the turkey, but they could have really used salt! They were very gingery also...The vegetable combination is nice and I will make them again, altering the recipe a little bit.
these were pretty bland and boring.
These were not very good because of the turkey in these. To my knowledge the Chinese always used pork in them, let's keep it that way and I bet you with the ground pork in your recipe these would be sensational!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
My family really liked these! The bok choy instead of cabbage added a wonderful cruch to these. I didn't think these were missing out on flavor at all.
I started with 2 T of olive oil in the bottom of a small skillet then added 1 lb of Jenni-O frozen turkey. I seasoned the meat with onion powder, garlice powder, and Lawrey's seasoning salt. I drained the meat once it was cooked through.
I chose not to pre cook my veggies and used egg roll wrappers instead of doubling won ton wrappers. These turned out moist, full of flavor, and great crunch! Even after doubling the recipe I had no left overs! We will definitly be making these again.
As written I give this recipe a three, but I feel strongly this could be made into a 5 star recipe. I've made these twice, and both times they've been satisfactory. This time I made them, I used a bag of coleslaw mix, and I shredded an extra carrot to go into them. I've also used regular ginger powder instead of buying ginger root since that's what I've had on hand. I put the ginger in to taste. I also added in salt, a little bit of garlic, onion powder, and several dashes of soy sauce and worcestershire sauce. Unfortunately I thought I had green onions, but didn't have any so I had to leave them out. They still tasted fine without them. In making these egg rolls twice I've learned that over seasoning them is better than under seasoning them. Don't be afraid to really spruce up the filling with spices and seasonings. Next time I'm going to go a little bolder with the flavor.
**A forewarning: DO NOT STUFF THE WONTONS UNTIL YOU ARE READY TO FRY THEM. The wrappers will get wet and not fry properly if they sit for too long.**
This is a great way to use up extra bok choy from the garden. I sprayed both sides of the eggrolls lightly with olive oil and baked them in the oven at 425 for about 10 min on each side. This made them crispy & a bit healthier. Next time I will use full side eggroll wrappers.
This is a good BASE recipe for eggrolls, however it required a few alterations to get my families approval: sub ground chicken for the turkey, instead of bok choy and carrots, use pre-packaged coleslaw mix, for more flavor triple the green onions and add cilantro and a few dashes of worsteshire and soy sauce.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Deluxe Egg Rolls
Serving Size: 1/20 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 20
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 97
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