Recipe by Adam and Jaime
"An easy, awesome snack for kids or adults alike!! Very quick and easy to make. Perfect for birthday parties, New Year's Eve and especially the BIG GAME!! Omit the garlic for MUCH better breath :) All ingredients are very versatile; use them for tomorrow's dinner!"
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1 (14 ounce) package
egg roll wrappers
24 (1 ounce) pieces
25 (4 ounce) packages
sliced pepperoni sausage, cut into strips
1 (6 ounce) can
sliced mushrooms, drained
oil for frying, or as needed
1 (14 ounce) jar
i used philo dough and baked instead of frying. these were crispy and delicious and everyone love them!!
I'm not gonna give this a rating just yet beacuse I used spring roll wrappers instead of egg roll wrappers. When I went to the store to buy the egg roll wrappers they were out so I figured the spring roll ones would be just as good. WRONG!!! Trust me it was so incredibly greasey we couldn't eat them and had to toss them out. I do plan to try these again but using the egg roll wrappers. I just wanted everyone to learn from my mistake.
THESE WHERE GREAT. I MADE A MEAL OUT OF IT AND SERVED THEM WITH SPAGHETTI.THERE LIKE MOZARELLA STICKS WITH A BONUS.I JUST USED PEPPERONI AND CHEESE AND ALSO MADE THEM SMALLER MORE BITE SIZE...COULDNT HAVE BEEN BETTER.EVEN BETTER THE NEXT DAY (COLD).I WILL DEFINITLY MAKE THESE AGAIN.
Wow, these are GOOD! Was hesitant to fry them (was thinking about baking), but am so glad I did. My only changes were that I used fresh button mushrooms, finely chopped and sauteed in pan coated with butter-flavored cooking spray; sauteed them with the chopped garlic and a little kosher salt. And, just because I thought they would be easier to eat that way, I diced the pepperoni instead of cutting them into strips. I almost always keep string cheese in the snack drawer, and now I'll have to add egg roll wrappers to the list of staples because these were delicious, fun and easy; plus, they're a great jumping-off point for more embellished variations. Already thinking about stuffing an egg roll wrapper w/ a quarter of a banana, a few caramel chews, a handful of salted roasted nuts and few semi-sweet chocolate chips - Doesn't that sound incredible? :)
I grew up eating these little treasures. We called them Pizza Fingers. I made them for my son's birthday party and there wasn't even one left. The little changes I made were just that I used only pizza sauce, pre-sliced pizza pepperoni and a small stick of mozza cheese. That's all that were in them when I used to get them back home. I will make this again and again and again forever! Thank you for sharing this.
it's my recipe! Of course I love it!!
I made these as a special treat for my Hubby. If you are not watching your weight they are AWESOME! I tried using half a cheese stick per roll at first to make it a lil healthier but they were not even half as good as the whole stick set. My son and Hubby ate them all and then asked when I'd make them again.
Neat idea. These were really good. The only reason I did not give this 5 stars was because the instructions did not state that in order to keep the cheese from oozing out is to cut the cheese in HALF, then roll up and pinch the ends. This is not going to be very pleasant on the eyes if your cheese is falling out both sides of the won ton wrappers. I also did this with ham and cheese. That was also delicious. I personally liked the ham and cheese combo a bit better.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/24 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 24
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 543
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