Egg Rolls and Fried Rice

Hello! sorry we didn’t post last week, its pretty busy round here.

Mom brought home these egg roll wraps and it sounded good so we tried them, I did the egg rolls and Amanda did the fried rice, it turned our really good!!

Egg Rolls

You’ll need:

Melissa’s egg roll wraps

1Tbsp. canola oil

1/2lb. ground beef

1 pkg. vegetable stir fry

1/2 cup shredded carrots

1 cup shredded cabbage

1/2 half oinon (cooked slightly in sauce pan)

Sea salt

Rainbow pepper

1 tsp. Minced garlic

1/2 tsp. Chopped ginger

3 Tbsp. soy sauce

1 egg, beaten with 1 tbsp. water

Heat oil in large sauce pan. When hot add beef and stir fry to break up chunks. drain pan and add vegetables, garlic and ginger. stir fry until tender. Season with salt and pepper to taste.
Drain mixture, stir in soy sauce.

Spoon about 2 Tbsp. of the mixture onto one third of the egg roll wrapper, leaving a small border around the edges.

Roll up and brush a little of the egg/water mixture on the edge of the wrapper to seal.
Fry in hot oil until browned, drain and serve with any Asian style sauce.

You could put pretty much any vegetables you want in this, These are just the ones we used.

Fried Rice:

You’ll need:

precooked white rice

soy sauce


1 egg

Put rice in a lightly sprayed skillet, and begin to fry moving it around slowly, when it kinda starts to fry pour some oil on it (it depends on how much rice you have to tell how much oil you need but not a whole lot ) and continue to move it around, turn the burner on low, move the rice all to one side where have the pan is open, and pour some oil and fry an egg, your don’t want the egg runny, but you don’t want it stiff either, so about in between 🙂 when it gets done chop it up with your spatula (really little) and mix in with the rest of the rice, then pour a little soy sauce on the rice, and continue to fry, if it gets dry put more oil, the rice will get brown when its done (its not very good when you try to keet it warm, so have the rest of your meal ready when you start this):) . Amy would usually put lots of precooked veggies in this but we didn’t this time, probably better if you do though. 🙂