Baked Shrimp Egg Rolls Recipe
We threw these easy baked shrimp egg rolls together on a lark a few months ago after watching Chopped. I was feeling all ‘Chef-y’. Do you have those days too? Move over Ramsey, that Michelin Star is mine kind of attitude? I knew for sure I had a winner of a dish after seeing egg roll wrappers at the store and realizing everything else I need was already in my fridge! I mean come on, I’ve seen every episode. I could make these in my sleep, right? My husband giggled. The boy child snorted. I was determined to leave them at the dinner table oooh-ing and ahhh-ing. Literally, eating their words. And wouldn’t ya know it, I totally did! And no deep fryer needed! BOOM!
- FOR EGG ROLLS-
- 1½ Cups SeaPak Popcorn Shrimp
- 2 Cups Packaged Slaw Mix
- Handful of Fresh, Chopped Parsley
- 2 TBS Butter
- 1½ TBS Garlic (minced)
- ½ TSP Ginger (ground)
- ½ TSP Sesame Oil
- ½ TBS Honey
- 8 Large Egg Roll Wrappers
- FOR DIPPING SAUCE-
- Dipping Sauce
- 1½ TBS Honey
- 2 TBS Soy Sauce
- ½ TBS Sesame Oil
- 1 TSP Ground Ginger
- ½ TSP Sesame Seeds (optional)
- FOR EGG ROLLS-
- Preheat oven to 400*
- In a large skillet saute slaw mix, parsley, and minced garlic for 2 minutes in butter.
- Add in ginger, sesame oil and honey. Saute for another 2 minutes.
- Add in shrimp, cooked according to package instructions, and mix until well combined. Remove from heat.
- Lay egg roll wrappers flat and separated on work space.
- Spoon 2 TBS of shrimp and veggie mix in center of each egg roll wrapper.
- Roll up egg rolls using a dab of water to seal edges.
- Brush with butter and place on baking tray.
- Bake 10-12 minutes, until egg rolls are a nice golden brown.
- Mix dipping sauce ingredients together.
- Serve baked shrimp egg rolls hot with dipping sauce and
They turned out awesome! And, like I said, super easy to make. Using the ready made slaw mix and SeaPak shrimp made my need for a speedy, tasty meal a breeze. Sometimes it’s tough to figure out how to skip the take-out menu items. But with these it came together really easy. And, my waistline loved that I could bake them versus frying! Since Ethan loved them so much, we made a second bath and froze them before baking for after school snacks.
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