posted on Jul, 10 2007 @ 08:40 PM
Sure I can share. The ingredients however are purely up to what you like in them. I go to the grocery store and buy the wonton papers. I usually find
them in Safeway or Albertsons in the fresh veggie section. I but sprouts, celery and whatever goodies look ok that day. You can choose whatever meat
you prefer, for me its pork. I buy a few pork chops. We've also sometimes put in steamed white rice.
Cut up the pork into bite size pieces or strips(your preference). Put in a pan with some soy sauce, cook on medium until done. Take off stove and
place in a bowl, set aside.
Cut up veggies, add sprouts into a pan with some water to steam. I like mine semi crunchy, make them how you like them. Take off stove, put in a bowl
and set aside.
Lay out the wonton paper. Put a spoonful each of the meat and veggies into the middle. Fold, kitty corner, 2 sides.(I will take pictures next time to
make it easier)Bring in towards middle. With one hand holding those, use the other hand to bring the corner towards you to the middle. Tuck it towards
the food inthe middle and roll. I keep a small bowl of water nearby. Once its almost rolled I dampen the edge of the last corner. This seals the egg
roll shut. It gets easier to roll the more you do this.
Heat up some oil. Fry about 2-3 minutes on each side. I make mine a golden brown. Drain really well, and wait to cool off a bit. As the insides are
Hubby's friend asked me to put cheese in some, I couldnt do it LOL He can do it the next time he's over for dinner.