So, I don't say that very often about my recipes. And maybe because I am pregnant, I love food so much, and everything tastes so good, but these things are soo yummy. I got the recipe from my sister-in-law last summer, who got it from her SIL. I never wrote it down, but have kind of adjusted it to what we love in our family! I made them last week, and Joel said, "Now that is something to write home about!" Which to me, means "BLOG" about.
What you need:
1lb. ground turkey
1lb. cole slaw mix
3tb. Hoisin Sauce (Plus more for dipping)
10-15 egg roll wrappers
water for sealing
oil for frying
In a large saucepan, brown the turkey. When it is almost done, but still a tiny bit pink, add the bag of cole slaw mis. This may fill your pan, but it will cook down, soon. Over medium heat, mix the meat, and veggies all together. When the mixture has started to cook down, add salt and pepper to taste. then add Husein sauce. Mix all together really well. You want the slaw mix to be very limp. This is where I like to taste test. ALOT! Once the mix is cooked through, and tastes simply divine... remove from heat. Cool completely. Let cool all the way through. This is VERY IMPORTANT. When it is no long warm... AT ALL... start to heat your oil in a pot over medium high heat. Then you can start filling your egg roll wrappers. You will use about 1 tablespoon per wrapper. I wish I would have taken pictures of this part... but you should know how to fill an egg roll. If not, try to follow along, oh heck... here are some pictures...
When wrapping these little guys, be very careful not to tear the wrap. If it tears, you must start over. Trust me... you do not want hot oil getting into your egg roll. So seal them up really tight! Then fry em. I would go into more details... but I have to eat em while they are HOT! (Of you have any questions, please let me know. I have never written a recipe before, and don't know if I am that great at it. All I know is that YOU MUST make these, and I MUST GO EAT THEM!!!)
Wednesday, July 15, 2009
Posted by Kirstynn Evans at 4:20 PM