Made this for Sunday football and it was a major hit! No leftovers!

Despite its popularity among Chinese Americans, egg rolls really hail from several parts of East Asia. Although their Chinese or American origin is a matter of some debate, one thing is certain: they are a mouthwatering blend of Chinese and American cuisines. The crispy, golden skin conceals a contents that is both substantial and prosperous: a delicious mixture of cabbage, pork, and a blend of fragrant spices. These delightful rolls are more than just a snack; they're an opportunity to learn a method that unites many cultures and cuisines. They're the ideal project for those who take pleasure in the art of cooking and love to share something special that they've prepared.
You may have egg rolls as a light lunch or as an appetizer. The richness of the rolls can be offset by a simple side of steaming jasmine rice, or the freshness and crunch of zesty Asian slaw can be enhanced with a side of these rolls. These tasty packets are perfect for dipping in classic sweet and sour sauce, spicy mustard, or a soy sauce-based dip with a touch of sesame oil.

Traditional Egg Rolls from China

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