Yield: Makes 12 eggrolls
Eggrolls are quite easy to make—finding a package of Asian eggroll wrappers may be the toughest part. I like sautéing the eggrolls in a small amount of oil (or even baking them in the oven without any oil) rather than deep-frying, and serving them with a dipping sauce.
Wei-chuan spring roll shells, in a red and yellow package, are typically found in the frozen section in Asian grocery stores. There is a “super thin” variety that works nicely, if available. Some supermarkets, such as Whole Foods, do sell egg roll wrappers in a refrigerated section usually near the tofu. These can be a bit thicker (meant for deep frying), but they can work okay too.
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Great! I had my novice brother throw them together, a testament to how easy they are to make. The whole family gobbled them up.
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