11 Reviews

Been thinking about making this for months...tried it last night. Very easy, very good. Try using a sauce of red current jelly mixed with dijon mustard! (melt the jelly) Thanks for a keeper!

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Hop11 March 20, 2002

These were so much easier than I expected. I think it'll be even easier next time. So much better than "bought" egg rolls.

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Tisso February 24, 2002

I've made egg rolls before but this recipe is the BEST! I did add few things. I used ground beef in place of the sausage I added minced garlic and about 2Tbs chopped green bell pepper. Also sprinkled alittle McCormick's grill mate Montreal Steak seasoning and about a Tbs of Soy Sauce. Followed the recipe for the directions and deep fried them in my deep fryer about 4 minutes, turning roll half way. They were fabulous!! I also used my recipe for shrimp sauce to dip them in. Thanks for sharing this delicious recipe!

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Marsha D. August 08, 2011

Very good , yummmy I loved these. I will make again and again as we loved these. Thank you for sharing this recipe with us, its so simple to prepare.

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mommyoffour October 12, 2009

These were great. My husband thought I had brought them from the store. I used ground beef instead of sausage, but will try sausage next time for greater flavor.

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PharmDoni April 10, 2007

This was my first time making egg rolls and they turned out great. I omitted the sausage and made them without meat. They turned out great. Without the meat, one might want to cut back just a little on the spices. Not too much, though, because as a previous reviewer said, the spices seem to be right on the mark! Thanks!

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Auvan January 07, 2007

I just made these and they are terrific. A couple of things for someone like me who hasn't ever made eggrolls before. I used Nasoya egg roll wrappers, and they had 2 stuck together in the package. In one package they were very hard to get apart, but in the other they were really easy. I made a few really thick eggrolls before i realize this. Drain your veggies really really well. I had a few blow outs. Also, after you make them, do not stack them on top of one another. When i started to fry these up,(I made them all right before I did this) A lot of them were stuck together, and I had a few blowouts. I used shredded chicken, and wilted the cabbage in the microwave. They tasted great. The seasonings are right on the dot. Thanks!

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angieemhen September 03, 2006

These were really good! They were quick and easy to fix using the can of chinese vegetables. Thanks Lali....

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Sheri-BDB February 18, 2005

These were great, and enjoyed by all! I used slow cooked chicken breast, shredded, and did not steam the cabbage/veggies as suggested, but everything was perfect after frying! So good!

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Kaytie October 25, 2004

These were excellent and so easy to make. Thanks for the great recipe

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LJH October 02, 2004
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