Cindy's Famous Spring Rolls

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I'm sharing my recipe for my Famous Spring Rolls! Showhomes Minneapolis is about designing for ALL the senses, that certainly includes TASTE!

This video is set in a home designed by Cindy Montgomery with Showhomes Minneapolis. I love to share my recipes and show off beautiful homes on the market (this particular home is located in Golden Valley, MN)! Hope you enjoy!

Cindy's Famous Spring Rolls Recipe:

Yield: makes 125-150 spring rolls 2 lbs ground lean beef 1 small head chopped cabbage (approx. 3 1/2 C) 1 onion chopped 3 small zucchini chopped 4 C carrots shredded 2 C fresh bean sprouts 1 bunch of green onion chopped 2 t salt 2 t black ground pepper 1 egg 4 packages of Spring roll wrappers (buy at Asian grocery stores only) Make sure they are the non-stick. 2 C canola oil to fry Spring rolls in 350-400 degree electric skillet.

First brown the beef completely, then add the cabbage and chopped onion and cook until tender (approx 2 minutes).

Turn off heat then add carrots, bean sprouts, green onion and zucchini...

Roll 2 tbsp of the mixture in each sheet of spring roll paper (folding in each corner at a time), dip the final corner in a beaten egg and close the roll.

Once you've made all your roll ups, heat a skillet with your canola oil to 400 degrees and cook the rolls until they're browned. Then place each one on a drying rack to cool.... and ENJOY!

Dip the spring rolls in a sweet chili sauce (also available at Asian markets)


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Gary Coles (International Referrals)
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That sounds like a great recipe -- I'll have to try it.  By the way, why do you say to buy the Spring roll wrappers only at Asian grocery stores?  There aren't any nearby -- of course, I'm not certain that I can find them in even a large local supermarket.

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