The main ingredient is cabbage.
I used most of a three pound head; cutting it as thin as possible. Next came the carrots.
I shredded three good size carrots. Oh I know, I could have bought these two items pre-shredded but I prefer the fresh. The last item to dice up were the tops of two bunches of green onions.
Then to mix all three of these ingredients together.
The mixture has to be cooked down and the 'secret' ingredient added!!
On Friday, I took a partially frozen round steak and sliced it as thin as I could. The key ingredient is sugar and soy sauce when browning the meat.
Bean sprouts area must. I opened two cans and rinsed them well.
All the ingredients were combined in the biggest mixing bowl I have.
Oh, finally, I get to roll the mixture in the egg roll wrappers.
Tucking in the sides and sealing them with an egg wash. (one egg beaten with one tablespoon water)
Now the fun begins.... frying them. I ended up with forty-three egg rolls. I fried up a couple for our lunch and to share with the neighbors.
Mission accomplished, after thirty-some years of not making them they turned out perfect.
And that's the way it is........................................
GO PACK GO!!!