Baked Egg Rolls

November 13, 2009


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** This was supposed to post last night! We are currently on the plane headed for Chi-Town!

SO excited that tomorrow is Friday! We are flying out of Columbus at 6pm to go to Chicago for the weekend. I love how leaving from here at 6 means we get there at 6! We are meeting my parents, who are flying in from Cleveland, at my brother’s place in Lincoln Park! It should be a great weekend filled with shopping, hanging out, shows and fun dinners! I will keep you posted. 🙂

After school today, which was nice and uneventful, I came home to make dinner with some Nasoya Egg Roll Wraps. When I was at store the other night I picked these up! I was excited to use the free coupon they sent me to try them. Of course I forgot to use the coupon when I actually checked out. I am blaming it on the pregnancy brain.

So anyways, you will see some more wraps with fun recipes! There is no problem with that. 🙂

When thinking about what to do with the egg roll wrappers, I thought of many fun things. I decided that classic, healthy egg rolls would be first on my list. Once I saw how easy it was to work with the wrappers, I could try new things! Here is what went into it:

Baked Egg Rolls

  • 1 bag of frozen stir fry veggies
  • 1 can of water chestnuts, diced
  • 1 can of bamboo shoots, chopped
  • 1 onion, diced
  • 1/2 small head of cabbage, chopped
  • soy sauce – I use light sodium
  • szechuan sauce – or another flavorful sauce that fits the ingredient list
  • egg roll wrappers – by Nasoya
  1. Chop all veggies and simmer in a pan with sauces until veggies are tender
  2. Fill wrappers according to the diagram on the package. This will prevent them from falling apart.
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  4. Bake egg rolls at 35o for about 30 minutes – next time I would try cooking them at a higher temp for shorter time – not because they didn’t taste delicious, but because I am impatient.



I served mine with the leftover over veggie “insides”, brown rice and baked tofu! It was very filling and satisfying! I am excited to have leftovers as my lunch tomorrow.


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  1. CaSaundra Says:

    How fun–Chicago! Have an awesome time & eat some good food for me 🙂

    Egg rolls sound like a great idea to make for when my mom comes to visit next–Chinese take-in!

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