27 Reviews

This was my first time making this and it was fantastic!! I did exactly what the recipe said and my husband couldn't stop eating them! Thanks:)

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Susie G. June 04, 2015

These were tasty egg rolls and very quick to assemble. I had subbed ground pork for the chicken and cut the recipe in half. I just cooked the pork at the same time as onions and continued with the recipe. I drained everything and let it cool down on the counter. Then assembled rolls and put on parchment paper lined cookie sheet. I had baked mine at 400 for about 15 minutes. I should of turned them halfway through but forgot so one side was a little more browner. I would like to try this recipe with shrimps next time. I really enjoyed the flavor of the rolls but I think next time I would also add a little fresh ginger as another poster suggested. Thanks for posting your great recipe Karen.

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FrenchBunny April 07, 2010

This recipe was helpful as I wanted to use cooked chicken. To this recipe I added 1 t. finely chopped ginger. Instead of reg. onions, I used 3 green onions. I used cabbage and 2 carrots shredded. I found the teriyaki marinade a little overwhelming and will try something different next time. Thank you for your recipe.

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pianolady322 January 17, 2010

I made these for a family get-together, and they were a hit! Several people asked for the recipe. I baked the first batch and they didn't look appetizing, so fried the rest. I let the liquid stay at the bottom, so was able to roll many before frying. An added benefit: my house smelled like a Chinese restaurant!

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Phix November 01, 2009

Really terrific! I made this yesterday. So easy! Didn't have packaged coleslaw so I shedded cabbage and carrots in my food processor. Also didn't have bag of bean sprouts so I used can, drained, then added a little corn starch. Left over night in frig before stuffing egg rolls. Worked perfectly. They disappeared with rave reviews. Told I must make them again. Try with "The Best Sweet and Sour Sauce" #76003. Absolutely delicious! Thank you so much!

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MOM46 June 07, 2009

Delicious! I had some chicken breast to use up and this was perfect. It made a huge amount of filling so I froze some for another time. When I drained the filling I saved the liquid and made rice and it was so good too! Served with a store bought Thai chili dipping sauce. My family really enjoyed these and I will make them again many times. Thanks Karen!

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~Robyn~ April 26, 2009

Thanks for the recipe. We enjoyed it very much. So nice to finally be able to make these at home easily.

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ekuzman April 01, 2009

We love asian food and this egg roll recipe is a good one. Its very easy to prepare and tastes just like ordered. Thank you for posting.

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mommyoffour March 27, 2009

We loved these! My 7 and 12 year olds had fun rolling them! We drained and froze the extras and heated them up at 425 degrees,

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mooreclan5 March 22, 2009

I've made these a few times now. I love these egg rolls. I use ground chicken. I like to use lumpia wrappers because they come out crispier. Thanks for posting.

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Sunshine in Hawaii January 19, 2009
Easy Chicken Egg Rolls