REDNECK EGG ROLLS

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Introduction: REDNECK EGG ROLLS

This is a go to snack food anytime we have left over barbeque around the house. The crunchy egg roll paired with the BBQ and slaw is amazing. We also make this up for parties and big games. Your not limited to just using BBQ either. Try using grilled fish and slaw is a great combo also.

Step 1: Everything You Will Need

Here are the items I use. You can add or remove the slaw based on your taste preference. You can even add BBQ beans if you want.

Left Over BBQ, Egg Roll Wraps, Slaw Mix, Mayo, BBQ Sauce, Cooking Oil, Water (to make wraps stick together).

Step 2: Heat Up the Q

I just throw the BBQ is a microwave safe bowl and microwave on high for around 2 minutes.

Step 3: Slaw

Mix up your slaw per your preferences.

Step 4: Add Some Heat

You can deep fry these if you want but I usually just put 1/2 cup of oil in a skillet to pan fry the egg rolls just because it saves a lot of oil. You will want to heat the oil pretty hot but you don't want the grease popping.

Step 5: Wrap It Up

Lay out on one the eggroll wrappers, they are thin. Place your BBQ and slaw in the center. Lightly brush around the edges with a brush dipped it water. This will help it all stick together. Next fold up your top and bottom edges then roll it up.

Step 6: Fry Em' Up

Place your egg roll in the hot skillet (be careful of the hot oil please) I usually cook about 4 at a time but just did one at time for the pictures. I usually cook them on all four sides for around a minute each or until it starts to brown.

Step 7: Reap Your Rewards!

Congrats.. You just made one of the most addictive snacks out there. Get your favorite BBQ sauce for dipping and enjoy.

Thanks for reading, hope you enjoyed this Instructable.

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    6 Discussions

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    dmorgan
    dmorgan

    3 years ago

    these things are addictive!

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    wells1784
    wells1784

    Reply 3 years ago

    Yes they are.

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    Stadamantium
    Stadamantium

    3 years ago

    Looks good, will give it a try based on the name alone.

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    wells1784
    wells1784

    Reply 3 years ago

    They are great! You will love them!

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    Horrorzilla
    Horrorzilla

    3 years ago

    I have made these before and they are awesome. For dessert try making them filed with peanut butter and jelly delicious.

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    wells1784
    wells1784

    Reply 3 years ago

    Now that does sound really good. I wonder how cooked peaches or apples in one would be now...