Turkey Egg Rolls
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 30 min.
Makes10 egg rolls
These are great! Even my picky eater ate them. I didn't have any ginger on hand so I used 2 tablespoons of sesame ginger dressing instead and I also baked them instead of deep frying them.
This is the first time I have used ground turkey and this is a good recipe to use it in. My daughter made some and I didn't know the difference. I made these last night and my husband didn't know either. It was quick and easy and very good. Using the coleslaw mix saved a lot of time. I will definiely use this recipe again. Yummy!
I like turkey, but with a lot more veggies. I doubled the recipe for 15 egg roll wrappers, adding a 16 oz pkg of coleslaw. I'm trying to lower my salt intake, so next time I'll omit the onion salt. I don't think I'll miss it.
These were so easy to make. I cooked the turkey ahead of time and froze it. It only take a minute or two to thaw, so I had these made and ready to cook in less than 5 minutes. I am not a big fan of the turkey so next time I will make with hamburger. I would definately think you could freeze them before you cook them since all the ingredients are safe to freeze anyway.
I wonder if you could make these up, freeze them and then when you were ready take them out and fry them or even fry first then freeze and re-heat? 10 is just to many for my family of 2 but it would be nice to have them around for a quick side with an asian style meal.
YUMMY is the best way to describe these!!! I made them as the main entrée for dinner tonight. I'd always heard that egg rolls are difficult to make, but these were very easy. I fried them in a Fry Daddy. I also like how versatile they are - you can easily substitute different meats for the turkey, or simply use more coleslaw mix and cooked egg to make a veggie egg roll. MMMMMM!