Fried Spring Rolls (Philippines)

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Serves 24 pcs | Prep Time 30minutes | Cook Time 15 minutes

Why I Love This Recipe

Back home in New Jersey, my eldest daughter Bianca used to hate eating her vegetables. During one of our visits to my mother's apartment in New York, she prepared this dish for my daughter to try. She didn't tell her what it was and except that it was good and crunchy. Much to our surprise, despite all of the vegetables present in the dish, she truly enjoyed it and continues to do so until now. My two other children also enjoy this dish and it's great was to integrate their vegetables in their meals.

Submitted by: "Mia De Leon"

Ingredients You'll Need

2 tablespoon vegetable oil for sauteeing
1 tablespoon finely mined garlic
1/2 cup finely minced onion
1 lbs ground pork
1 cup sliced diagonally green beans
1 carrot diced
1 lbs bean sprouts
2 tablespoons fish sauce
Salt & Pepper to taste
24 pieces spring roll wrapper


In a large skillet or wok over medium heat saute garlic until golden brown

Add in onions and saute until clear

Add ground pork and saute till fully cooked

Season with salt & pepper

Mix well and cook for about 3 minutes

Add bean sprouts, green beans, carrots

Stir well until combined

Add fish sauce and cook for about a minute

Transfer to a colander and drain excess liquid and cool down

Prepare wrappers and place 2 tbsp of the mixture on the lower edge of the wrapper

Fold the wrapper like an envelope starting with the lower edge then the left and right and roll till the other end

Seal the top edge of the wrapper with water

Place wrapped roll on a platter and repeat till all mixture is used

Heat enough oil in a frying pan over medium heat. place wrapped roll one at a time with the seam down

Quickly turn the roll till brown and crisp.

Keep roll separate so skin does not stick to each other

Each roll should take about 4 minutes each.

Places fried roll on paper towel to drain excess oil.

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