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Wax Munky

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This recipe can save time and money,as appetizers,or the main dish.

Enjoy!

Munky 8)



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Asian/Filipino Spring Rolls


1 package egg rolls

1 small package mixed veggies

1 pound of cooked crumbled or shredded meat,of your choice.
Beef (Hamburger),Chicken,Pork,Turkey.

Small bowl of water

All purpose flour

Cook beef, crumble,drain fat,set aside.

Cook frozen veggies according to the package instructions,drain set aside.

Cool both completely,then mix the meats and veggies together

Take egg rolls separate them,then place on a floured plate to keep from sticking.

Take one egg roll add the filling.No more then 2 Tablespoons per roll.

Roll up according to the wrappers suggestion,on the back.

Makes 12.

Can be frozen well ahead of time in Zip lock bags.I'd make sure that they are dusted well with flour before freezing,keeps them from sticking together.

When you need them,no need to wait until they defrost.

Take them out deep fry at 350 degrees until crispy,light golden.You know when there done when they float to the top.

All meats can be omitted from this recipe,Cabbage,Fresh Spinach and such,make great alternatives.


Serve with rice

Dipping sauces can be

Soy

Sweet and sour

Teriyaki

Tonkatsu
 

beadella

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Hi,

That tonkatsu sauce sounds really interesting, do you have a recipe for it?? BTW, the pork chops and eggrolls sound delish! 8)

thanx oodles,

Della :)
 

Wax Munky

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beadella said:
Hi,

That tonkatsu sauce sounds really interesting, do you have a recipe for it?? BTW, the pork chops and eggrolls sound delish! 8)

thanx oodles,

Della :)
Hiya,

sorry about that..I'll post it with the Tonkatsu recipe.

Munky.
 
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