How to make Hmong Eggrolls

Hmong eggrolls are fun to eat any time of year!  Here is a very basic recipe.  Experiment with other ingredients and add whatever you like to suit your taste!

Ingredients:

  • 1 lb or 2 lb ground meat of your choice (pork, chicken, turkey, beef)
  • 2 cup shredded cabbage
  • 2 cup shredded carrots
  • 2 cup chopped onion
  • 2 tbsp oyster sauce
  • 2 tbsp salt
  • 1 package rice vermicelli cellophane noodles
  • 3 eggs
  • 1 egg yolk for sealing the wrapper
  • 50 sheets eggroll skins
     
  1. Add hot water to rice vermicelli cellophane noodles and let soak 5-10 minutes until soft.  Then take scissors and cut up the noodles.
  2. Mix meat, cabbage, carrots, onion, oyster sauce, salt, noodles, eggs until well combined.
  3. Peel the eggroll skins.
  4. Place eggroll skin on a flat surface. Add the eggroll mixture and roll up. Seal the ends with egg yolk.
  5. Fry in hot oil until golden brown.

Eat with some sweet chili eggroll sauce!

 

Comments

  What kind of cup did you use? 

I used a standard measuring cup like any found at Walmart or Target. I just put it in a white bowl for easy access.

Thanks for all the great recipes.  Can you do a tutorial on stuffed chicken wings?  Thanks!

Hi laniebcx, sure I can do a tutorial on that in the near future.  I may need to finally take out my hd video camera and tripod to do that one cos it will require two hands haha!!! So far I've been loving recording with the iphone cos its small and convenient. 

Thanks for the prompt response.  The quality of your iPhone camera/video recording is amazing!! I'm actually back ordering one right now.  Anyway, I'm looking forward to seeing more food tutorials and blogs.  Thanks!!

The iPhone 4S video quality and picture quality is amazing! Glad you will be getting one!

I just want to say you're awesome! thanks for taking the time and effort for making hmong food and and showing how to make it! I am a college student and i miss my moms cooking so with your videos i am able to make many yummy food and wont miss my moms cooking as much!! :) thank you

Thanks so much for commenting! You are appreciated.

Hello, and thank you for your very clear and easy to follow video.  Will any brand of eggroll wrappers do or are the ones you used the best?  In my grocery store they aren't frozen so I wasn't sure.  Also, should I get the noodles at the Asian store or are the ones they sell in the Asian section of the supermarket the same?   Thanks for your help.  I live in Fresno, CA, so I've eaten plenty of eggrolls my Hmong friends have made but to be able to make them myself is a dream come true! Yummy :)

Hi, you can use any brand of wrappers.  They also do not need to be frozen. Some wrappers are thicker than others, so you may need to fry longer.  The ones shown in my video are pretty thin and are very crispy when fried.  You can use any type of noodles too. Try and experiment! Good luck!

Can you show us how to make your egg roll sauces? I want to know how to make that peanut sauce for egg rolls.

Hi, there are  a variety of peanut sauces. The one in this video uses the sweet chili sauce, a squeeze of lime, and a spoon of fish sauce and crushed peanuts.

Great recipe, but I think 2 tbsp of salt is a bit too much.

Salt can be adjusted to your taste. It is a big batch of eggrolls.

i decided to make this today and I wanted to say ty for this recipe my boyfriend and i loved it i did it with ground pork and it came out delicious.  Ty so much for the time you put in this video great directions and easy.  I did use powdered chicken boullin for the seasoning. 

Awesome!!!!

Do you know how to make the creamy peanut sauce? I had it years ago and I can't stop thinking about it every time I have an eggroll!
( It doesn't have chopped peanuts in it though and I think it's made from just the peanut butter. ?)

My friend Loreen has a really great recipe she gave me for making peanut sauce (it's a package that you buy from the store and mix in hoisin sauce and coconut milk and garlic chili). I eat it with eggrolls and spring rolls. I also use another peanut sauce made from peanut butter, coconut milk, curry paste, white vinegar, sugar, and water.  I'll do a sauce tutorial soon. I've gotten a lot of requests about it.

Wow thank you , i needed the ingretdent for my sppeech i'm am teaching my classmate how to make the food we eat. thank you . Jada Hli Khang

You are welcome!

Hi there. I stumbled upon your youtube channel and was impress. I am only 19 years old, but being born and raised in America, I haven't quite yet got the catch of cooking (I mean I can cook for myself, but when it comes to making Hmong appetizers or actual Hmong dishes, including at cultural gatherings, I still need a lot of improvement). I was wondering if you are willing to make a youtube clip or a recipe on how to make Spring Rolls and how to make the peanut sauce as well. I would greatly appreciate that. Thanks. 

Sure, thanks for your suggestion. I love spring rolls and my friend Loreen taught me a really great sauce for it. I also have various sauces for spring rolls.

Egg rolls :)

Egg rolls are yummy

hey!my name is Joe(girl) and im 14 years old and i love cooking.i am your biggest fan ever! i love the dishes that you make and show.i an also doing a project on eggrolls for school too!cant wait for next upload!!!!!!-Joe Yaj  

Awesome!!! Thank you so much for commenting!

Hi Annie,What kind of fish sauce do you use for the dipping sauce? A sweet or a salty one? I'm guessing they are the Viet kinds of fish sauce.Also, thanks for the recipe! I can't wait to try making it this weekend! :) 

I always use Three Crabs brand fish sauce.

Your video says two teaspoons of salt, but your recipe says two TABLESPOONS of salt.  Which one is right?

hellocan you give me the recipe of sweet chilli eggroll saucewthank you

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Hello thank you for the recipe very interesting,can i bake them instead of frying 

I have been trying to find a recipe for these delicious eggrolls for a long time.  My favorite Thai restaraunt serves them.  They were so delicious and easy to make!  Thank you, thank you!

so i was watching the video and did u say all those measurements and stuff can make 50 eggrolls??? or 15

So you add raw meat to the filling? Does it cook inside the egg roll when you cook it? Looks easy. I want to make this today. What about peanut allergies? Any substitutes? Thanks

So you add raw meat to the mixture? Does it cook thoroughly when you fry the egg rolls? I want to try this because it looks easy. What about peanut allergies?

hi there i was wondering how i can cite this page ? thankyou 

What kind of oil do you use?

I usually use canola oil or peanut oil.

Hello, I was wondering how much calories is in each eggroll? Thank you! :)

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