I don't know about you, but we LOVE egg rolls.... I found a recipe on another blog that is so simple and so delicious! We liked the recipe so much that I have made them three times in the past two weeks. The first batch I made when Wayne was home and he loved them as much as I did. Then I made a triple batch for a party on Memorial Day. Tonight I made a batch specifically to freeze.
On Memorial Day I made a triple recipe of these, but used won ton wrappers instead so they were bite sized. It took a long time, but made 120 bite sized egg rolls and there wasn't a single one left.
I know they really don't seem very healthy as they are fried, but I know what is going into these... I know there is no MSG, and my son loves these as well! I dip them in soy sauce as well as duck sauce. To reheat, I nuke for about 25 secs and then crisp in the toaster oven for about 3-5 minutes @300 degrees.
For other good recipes check out Kami's Cooking blog (where this one originated) on the left as well as Squillen's Cooking blog (She just posted her eggroll recipe today)... there are some awesome recipes there.