How do you keep egg rolls from getting soggy?

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How do you keep egg rolls from getting soggy?

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answered May 9 by Lamkerprist (5,700 points)
To keep your egg rolls from becoming soggy when freezing them or refrigerating them wrap the egg rolls in aluminum foil and seal in a plastic bag in the freezer and doing this will keep the egg rolls moist.

If the egg rolls have already been deep-fried, wait until they have cooled before freezing.

When egg rolls come out greasy when cooking them it's because the oil you're cooking the egg rolls in cools too much between the egg rolls you're cooking.

Heat the oil to 350°F, using a deep-fry thermometer to help keep the oil at a constant temperature (if the oil cools too much between batches, you'll end up with greasy egg rolls).

Continue frying the egg rolls until all the egg rolls are done.

Serve or eat your egg rolls either hot or warm.

Egg Rolls and Spring Rolls are a bit similar to each other but there is a slight difference between the egg rolls and spring rolls.

The main difference between spring rolls and an egg roll is that Spring rolls are wrapped in thin flour wrappers or rice wrappers, while egg rolls are wrapped in a thicker, noticeably crispier wrapper that's been dipped in egg for richness. Preparation.

And the spring rolls may be baked or fried, and are sometimes not cooked at all apart from the filling.

Some egg rolls do have pork if they are pork egg rolls and other egg rolls are usually made from beef and sometimes chicken, turkey etc.

Pork Egg Rolls are not a health food but Pork Egg Rolls are healthier than other egg rolls that contain beef and other less healthier meats.

Pork is usually a bit healthier than beef but even pork can be unhealthy when eaten in excess.

A pork egg roll is an egg roll that is made using ground pork, shredded cabbage, carrots and some seasonings like garlic, ginger and sesame oil.

The egg rolls are held together by a little beaten egg, and then they're ready to hit the hot oil.

Egg Rolls get their name of Egg Rolls because the dough traditionally used to make the wrapper of the egg rolls are made using eggs and call for using eggs in the recipe.

The egg rolls that were featured in a Chinese-American cookbook from 1917 in which the recipe for the egg rolls calls for chicken, ham, sprouts, and mushrooms to be wrapped in a thin egg omelette.

So, literally, an egg roll.

Egg rolls are a variety of deep-fried appetizers served in American Chinese restaurants.

An egg roll is a cylindrical, savory roll with shredded cabbage, chopped pork, and other fillings inside a thickly-wrapped wheat flour skin, which is fried in hot oil.

The origin of egg rolls is in the United states and general belief is the first egg rolls were created in New York City in the 1930s.

Henry Low included an egg roll recipe in his 1938 book Cook at Home in Chinese.

Egg Rolls are not the healthiest but they are very delicious and the best egg rolls that are the healthiest are homemade egg rolls.

 Egg rolls aren't exactly a “health food,” but they can fit within an overall healthy diet regardless of your wellness goals.

As long as you eat other healthier foods then eating egg rolls is okay in moderation.

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