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Superbowl Eggrolls

post #1 of 19
Thread Starter 
So I have done Philly Cheese Steak Egg rolls before but normally I slice the steak then cook it all in the skillet.

This time I took a beautiful Ribeye and seasoned with my rub then grilled it up.



While I let that cool down to room temp I grilled up a sliced onion and red bell pepper. I used smoked salt and honey butter to saute the veggies.



Then I put a piece of provolone on the center of a egg roll wrapper. Then added the filling and wrapped. Sorry no picture of this process.

Then I fried in Rice Bran Oil. I was at Cash and Carry and the clerk told me about this oil. Has a smoke point of 490 degrees and doesn't have the house smelling like veg or peanut oil.

I had the fryer a little hotter than needed 370. Here is the test subject coming out.



And here it is ready for the tasting.




So the verdict is that grilling the steak before hand added a ton of flavor to it.

Also with the wrappers I had left I wrapped 2 string cheeses up in each one to make Mozzarella sticks.




So from Left to Right we have Mozzarella Cheese, Then Pork, Then Philly Cheese Steak Egg rolls. The sauces on the left are BBQ in the back and Marinara in the front. The ones on the right are Sweet Chili in the back. Teriyaki soy in the middle. And Sweet and Sour in the front.

I would recommend anyone to try this for game day.
post #2 of 19

Now that is some nice lookin egg rolls. My wife loves them things. 

post #3 of 19

Oooooooo !!!!   Nice Philly egg roll....    The Rice oil was a good tip.....   I'm looking for it now.....   Thanks Brian..... 

post #4 of 19

Brian they look fantastic,our wrappers are a lot thinner.

Richie

 

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post #5 of 19

Look amazing!! Where in the grocery store would I find egg roll wrappers? Frozen section?

post #6 of 19

Wow Brian, those look fantastic!

 

We haven't made egg rolls in a while, guess that will go back on the list!

 

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Al

post #7 of 19


I usually find them in the produce section.

post #8 of 19

They look so good.

 

 

 

Well done.

post #9 of 19

That looks great!!!!! and I am going to try the rice oil if I van find it Thx.... Point for sure..

post #10 of 19

Very Neatly Done---Looks Tasty!!:drool---:points:

 

I never made or ate Egg rolls (Country Hick just doesn't get around), but those Look Awesome!!!

 

I'm sure I'd Love Them!Thumbs Up

 

Bear

post #11 of 19

Great idea and great presentation! I'm going to have to look into rice oil.

post #12 of 19
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Originally Posted by chipmanbbq View Post

Look amazing!! Where in the grocery store would I find egg roll wrappers? Frozen section?

Usually in the produce section in the little refrigerated cases.
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Originally Posted by tropics View Post

Brian they look fantastic,our wrappers are a lot thinner.
Richie

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Thanks Richie. If think if these were any thinner I would of ripped the wrappers.
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Originally Posted by DaveOmak View Post

Oooooooo !!!!   Nice Philly egg roll....    The Rice oil was a good tip.....   I'm looking for it now.....   Thanks Brian..... 

Thanks Dave. I checked and the name is Rice Bran Oil.
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Originally Posted by ptcruiserguy View Post

Now that is some nice lookin egg rolls. My wife loves them things. 

They are great for gatherings thats for sure. Thanks.
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Originally Posted by SmokinAl View Post

Wow Brian, those look fantastic!

We haven't made egg rolls in a while, guess that will go back on the list!

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Al

Thanks Al. They are addictive.
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Originally Posted by c farmer View Post

They look so good.



Well done.

Thanks Adam. They were real tasty.
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Originally Posted by AB Canuck View Post

That looks great!!!!! and I am going to try the rice oil if I van find it Thx.... Point for sure..

Thanks. And I checked and its called Rice Bran Oil.
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Originally Posted by Bearcarver View Post

Very Neatly Done---Looks Tasty!!drool.gif ---points.gif

I never made or ate Egg rolls (Country Hick just doesn't get around), but those Look Awesome!!!

I'm sure I'd Love Them!icon14.gif

Bear

John im not a big eggroll fan but doing them with Philly Cheese Steak or something like that is definitely a plus. And they are easy to do. Just make and freeze until you need them.
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Originally Posted by MyOwnIdaho View Post

Great idea and great presentation! I'm going to have to look into rice oil.

Thank you very much. I checked and its called Rice Bran Oil.
post #13 of 19
YUM YUMMM Brian... been a while since we made any.. was just talking about it the other day ... icon14.gif
post #14 of 19

I've never tried making eggrolls, these look fantastic, point!  I'm going to try it now :D 

post #15 of 19
I bought wrapper wanting to do this maybe this is the push I needed! Great looking rolls!drool.gif
post #16 of 19

What a great appy! It is going on my growing to do list!

 

Point!

 

Disco

post #17 of 19
Thread Starter 
Thanks everyone. And if you don't know how to roll the eggrolls they are super easy and several good videos on youtube.
post #18 of 19

They look absolutely delicious !!

 

Very important when filling the skins - After sealing and rolling, put on floured pan NOT TOUCHING any other one.

 

If you forget, you will quickly learn, and will never do it again !    Marc

post #19 of 19
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Originally Posted by Marctrees View Post

They look absolutely delicious !!

Very important when filling the skins - After sealing and rolling, put on floured pan NOT TOUCHING any other one.

If you forget, you will quickly learn, and will never do it again !    Marc

I learned this one the hard way. Also parchment paper works good in place of the flour
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