Vegetable Egg Rolls

I have heard a lot of people recommend the spinach eggrolls, but I like these much better. I just heat them up in my toaster oven and dip them in soy sauce. Yum!
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06/25/2006
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bymoe

August 28, 2006

just saying. they turn out soggy, yet chewy from being overcooked. toaster oven/ regular oven ALL the WAY!

have you ever had egg rolls from a grocery store? yeah, it taste exactly like that. nothing more or less. it's good if you're on a budget or something and don't want to eat out as much...
bySandrina

September 4, 2006

Be prepared to have some type of dipping sauce for them, otherwise, I find them to be kind of bland. We're going to try them with the TJs Mango Ginger chutney and see how that goes. This makes a good meal alongside some of the TJs veggie or chicken potstickers. We just steam those and heat the eggrolls in the oven to maintain the crunch factor.
bycintia

February 27, 2007

Heat them up in a toaster oven, and they are great with sweet and sour sauce - what I do is I mix half ketchup and half sweet and sour sauce together - it's delicious!
bybeth4205

May 10, 2007

I was a fan of the old Vegetable Egg Rolls (are they discontinued?) but the stir fried ones are terrible. They have a very bad flavor to me. I couldn't even eat half of one.
bybee_queen

November 16, 2007

The secret to these is to follow the cooking instructions exactly. Let the oven preheat FULLY before baking. When I do this they turn out perfectly crisp and delish.
byRoxyGirl

December 11, 2007

These are SO good. I love them with the peanut vinagrette dressing as a dipping sauce.
bysloyola

January 24, 2008

These are very low in cal and fat. But best in oven
byDefiningYourHome

January 24, 2008

I preheated our toaster oven on CONVECTION setting at 350 for at least 10 minutes prior. Then, I lightly wiped a little canola oil onto the pan. I turned the egg rolls over halfway through cooking. Very crunchy on the outside! Great with Five Spices Sauce.
bykristend

March 9, 2008

I really enjoy these dipped in spicy mustard! They definately have to cook a lot longer then indicated to get crispy though. I usually keep them in for 40 mins
byRichmondHokie

February 10, 2009

Nothing close to the egg roll you get in a chinese restaurant, chain grocery store veggie rolls are much better. These do not have a good flavor, needs to have a good sauce to compliment to make it worth eating. Will not be purchasing again.

Looking forward to trying the chicken egg rolls.

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