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

Egg rolls, an iconic component of Chinese-American takeout, encapsulate a fascinating history deeply rooted in East Asia. While their precise origins remain a subject of debate, there’s no disputing that these savory delights embody a delectable fusion of cultural culinary influences. Encased in a crispy, golden shell, each egg roll encapsulates a flavorful amalgamation of cabbage, pork, and aromatic seasonings, serving as a symbol of a robust and plentiful filling. Beyond being a delightful snack, egg rolls narrate a culinary odyssey that spans continents and traditions, making them an enticing endeavor for cooking enthusiasts who relish crafting and sharing homemade delicacies.

Crafting the Perfect Chinese Egg Rolls: A Step-by-Step Guide

12Egg roll wrappers
1 poundGround pork
2 cupsShredded cabbage
1 cupShredded carrots
4Thinly sliced scallions
2 clovesMinced garlic
1 tablespoonFinely grated ginger
2 tablespoonsSoy sauce
1 tablespoonOyster sauce
1 teaspoonSesame oil
1/4 teaspoonWhite pepper
1 tablespoonCornstarch
2 tablespoonsWater
As neededVegetable oil for frying


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