Easy Homemade Eggrolls

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This Easy Homemade Eggrolls Recipe is just the recipe you need when you are looking for great lunch ideas for kids or healthy food recipes. This healthy food recipes uses plenty of great spices and rich seasonings to make delicious egg rolls that you and your family will love. And plenty of things about this healthy food recipe are classic from using the type of meat you like from pork, turkey or chicken along with shredded carrots, shredded cabbage are shredded, lots of garlic and ginger in the mix. This egg rolls recipe is cooked in peanut oil, which is a good oil to use for high temperatures and it will leave your egg rolls with great flavor and a crispy golden texture. You will enjoy the classic flavor that comes from this healthy recipe for dinner idea.

Egg rolls is a healthy food recipe that is usually served as an appetizer recipe in Asian cuisine, and can be filled with a rather wide range of different ingredients. Eggs roll recipes are usually also lightly fried in oil, often peanut oil, and served with a variety of sauces or dip recipes. Egg roll recipes are quite similar to the spring roll recipe, except that the spring rolls are typically not fried, and served crispy as egg rolls usually are. The crispy and deep fried egg roll recipe that makes up this egg rolls recipe is the American version of this healthy food recipe. The classic healthy food recipe might be the Chinese spring roll, which is served not fried and is also served cold.

When you make this easy, healthy food recipe homemade, it is a delicious, healthy food recipe that you can serve the kids and the rest of the family for any number of occasions. Typically this healthy food recipe is considered just an appetizer, but you could stuff the eggs rolls quite full and turn them into an entire healthy recipes for dinner. Egg roll recipes would taste great served with some fried rice or even just some plain rice along with a nice variety of vegetables. Egg roll recipes offer a great balance of ingredients, with the good protein of meat, chicken or turkey with some mixed veggies such as carrots and cabbage. Cabbage is a member of the cruciferous family of veggies and is among the most nutritious foods that you could eat on a regular basis. Cabbage contain plenty of vitamins and minerals and is also full of anti-oxidants and anti-inflammatories, all of which are important and essential to good health. This great lunch ideas for kids and healthy food recipe is a bit time consuming to make since you do have to shred the cabbage and the carrots (you could always use your shredding attachment on your food processor if you have one). You then need to blend the whole healthy food recipe and precook the ingredients before filling and then frying the egg roll. But the effort for this healthy food recipe is worth it. The flavor of this blend of meat and veggies is terrific and can be used for healthy recipes for dinner or kids healthy lunch ideas.

Thank you to Sarah for the High Heels and Grills recipe blog for sharing this great lunch ideas for kids for easy homemade eggrolls. This is just one of the kids healthy lunch ideas and healthy food recipes you will find on this recipe site. Other recipes you will find on the site include healthy food recipe, healthy recipes for dinner, breakfast recipes, easy dessert recipes, main dish recipes, meal plan ideas, healthy recipes, cookie recipes and more. You will also find cool dessert recipes, fun desserts, and plenty more recipe ideas. *

Nutrition Facts for: Easy Homemade Eggrolls From High Heels and Grills
Ingredients: Ground turkey, pork or chicken, ground ginger, garlic salt, onion powder, salt, cabbage, carrots, flour water egg roll wrappers.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 12 servings. * Per Serving: Calories 178, Calories from Fat 42, Total Fat 4.7g 7%, Saturated Fat 0.8g 4%, Cholesterol 41mg 14%, Sodium 330mg 14%, Potassium 187mg 5%, Carbohydrates 21.1g 7%, Dietary Fiber 1.2g 5%, Sugars 1.0g, Protein 13.9g, Vitamin A 31%, Vitamin C 10%, Calcium 3%, Iron 11%

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