Lisas' Egg Rolls

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Title: Lisas' Egg Rolls
Yield: 10 Servings
Categories: Appetizers

Ingredients:

1 pk Eggroll wrappers; in veggie
-dept.
1/2 lb Bean sprouts; fresh
1 lb Lean ground pork
1/2 c Shredded bamboo shoots
1 Head bok choy; or cabbage
1/2 c Green onions with tops;
-shredded
1 tb Sugar
1 1/2 ts Salt
1 tb Soy sauce
4 ts Corn starch
4 ts Water
1 Egg
1 tb Water
4 c Peanut oil; for frying


Rinse bean sprouts and pat dry with paper towel.Clean and finely shred bok
choy cabbage. Fry pork till it loses its pink color and add bamboo shoots,
then bean sprouts ,then the cabbage, cook for 1 minute. Add green onion,
sugar, salt, and soy sauce and cook for 1 minute. Blend 4 teaspoons of the
starch with the 4 teaspoons of water till smooth. Add to pan and cook 1
minute or so, till thickened.Cool mixture till it can be handled. Place
filling in collander and drain off any excess liquid. Beat the egg with 1
Tablespoon of water. Place an egg roll skin with a corner pointing toward
you. Place about 2 tablespoons filling just below center of skin. fold
bottom corner up, then fold in sides,envelope open style. Along the top
edge of the triangle brush with egg mixture, then roll up the rest of the
way to seal. Be sure it is tightly sealed with the egg glue. Set aside and
make remaining rolls. Heat the peanut oil to 360F. fry 4-6 rolls at a time
till browned on all sides, about 3 minutes. Place on absorbent paper lined
pan in a warm oven to keep hot while cooking remaining rolls. Serve with
sweet and sour or hot mustard.

NOTES : You may substitute canned sprouts. Rinse, drain and cover with cold
water in a bowl and refrigerate for about an hour. Rinse and pat dry. If
you can't find bamboo shoots use a can of water chestnuts, drained and
chopped. You can also add 1 finely shredded carrot for color, add with the
pork and vegetables. I freeze extras and heat in the microwave for a snack.
1 T Cornstarch blended with 1 T water can be substituted for the egg wash.
Peanut oil tolerates higher frying heats than regular corn or vegetable
oil. Use oil of your choice.
Recipe by: Lisa Lepsy-Original Posted to MC-Recipe Digest V1 #740 by
Babygoil@aol.com on Aug 13, 1997