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.
These look so delicious and easy! Thanks for sharing, I may have to put this on my list!ReplyDelete
It truly can't get much easier. We are welcome.Delete
Hope you enjoy
I make eggrolls a lot. They freeze well too.ReplyDelete
My first time. I liked doing them in the oven - less fat and calories. Next time I will make more and freeze some for later!Delete
I like making lumpia. Kind of a filipino egg roll. I've had them with finely ground hamburger in them. I love egg rolls!ReplyDelete
Mmmmm that sounds good. I love eggrolls - not a lot else in that style of food - but I do love me some egg rolls.Delete
Sounds tasty! We love eggrolls, so I am going to try making them too. Thanks!ReplyDelete
Hope you enjoy them. Super easy!Delete
I love egg rolls. I will be trying this recipe. Thanks for sharing. Cindy JaneReplyDelete
You are welcome. Enjoy the taste and how easy it isDelete
I love egg rolls; but always thought it would be too hard to make. Thanks for this really easy looking recipe! I can't wait to try it!ReplyDelete
I have always been too intimidated as well. I saw this recipe to bake and just simple ingredients.Delete
Oh my goodness these look delicious! I do like spring rolls, and I like that these are baked, not fried! Can I ask what brand of canned pulled pork you used?ReplyDelete
I used pork that I got at Kroger and was Kroger brand. I think it was $2 a can. I had never had it before and thought I would give it a try when I saw it. It was in the same area as canned chicken, tuna, etc.Delete
I hate making a mess frying things up and then it seems the grease just leaves an aroma I don't like in the kitchen.
Baking them worked perfectly and they were tasty.
I really want to try this recipe, Cheryl, it sounds easy and yummy. I don't want to even sauté anything anymore because of the grease spatters. One would think I've turned the burner on high heat. So oven works best for me. Thanks for the post! Have a good weekend, Cheryl.ReplyDelete
I am kind of the same way. I prefer baking to frying. Healthier too!. You are welcome. Enjoy!Delete
Have a good one!