Sometimes you don’t want a whole egg roll, just what’s inside. That is the good stuff and the stuff that is good for you, so why not stir fry that up. This is what that recipe is trying to do. The recipe starts by julienning your favorite veggies. The long, thin strips help for it to cook up quickly and also ensure even cooking of like sized veggies. It also calls for pork, but is quick to point out that any ground meat will work just fine as a substitute.
- Easy to make recipe is inspired by flavorful Chinese egg rolls with minimal chopping required.
- It’s okay and even recommended to experiment with adding your own different flavors to the recipe.
- Leftovers will last up to four days when stored in the refrigerator in an air-tight container.
“When you need a quick one-pan dinner that has tons of veggies and protein, look no further than this egg roll skillet.”
(abstract 3LXX8KJXPW9IX0VHCZ0BLPX9WBOO93 3X0H8UUIT1OAU8YC2UWE8YA6SKFWSG A2KDAMD5LF5QIB)(authorquote 3YGYP1364196JFRR510KXLXYCNPRNE 3JCG6DTRV3QTXVNDYH83L9DJMVEQQI A6EJ7EU0KMGPL)(keypoints 3X7837UUADYHE62MYF5UTJPL7G7J65 3IOEN3P9S7JC69KCYT4QE3OKEID619 A3O0C58FSOEJC)