Everything I did was easy and no real recipe - I just winged it. I will do again either this week or next.
How did I make them? I used one of those cans of pulled pork that I bought. I was a bit leery, but it was tasty. Just out of the can it tasted like good pork. I will keep more of it on the shelf - super easy for just me.
This just out of the can and drained.
I drizzled with a little sesame oil (very little), soy sauce, and a bit of Teriyaki sauce. Mixed it all up and then place in the vegetarian wraps that I got on clearance a couple weeks ago. (I would have used any type) - that is what I had.
(Haven't used the fried rice seasoning yet)
Placed on a foil lined bake sheet sprayed with a bit of cooking spray.
Heated oven 400*. Baked 12 minutes and then turned over and baked 12 more minutes.
This made six eggrolls. Now I could have added a lot more slaw mix and made even more.
Let me tell you - these were super tasty!!!!!!!!!!
They didn't need a thing added to them to eat. They were plenty seasoned from the sauces and oil I added.
If you have home cooked pork that would work. You could use cooked ground sausage, shredded chicken or ham - or NO meat.
I think the next batch I make might be meatless (or maybe chicken).
You could add about anything you want or have and any type of sauces that you like and have on hand. This is a fun thing to make with whatever you have.
Doing these in the oven saves a lot of calories and they came out perfectly browned and crisp on the outside.
I hope this gives someone incentive to try something new. Don't be afraid to step outside the box and try new things. I will definitely be making again.