Gather all of the ingredients. The ground pork and vegetables should be washed.
Measuring spoons, a measuring cup, bowls or plates and a large pot is also needed.
I am using the Lee Kum Kee Oyster Sauce. This brand is preferred because it has more flavor.
The Trang Lungkow Bean Threads are also recommended. They are common and soak faster than other brands.
The Little Chef Spring Roll Pastry sheets are also recommended. They do not break easily while peeling.
Step 2: The ground pork should look very small and chunky.
Step 2: You now should have ground pork in your group of ingredients.
Step 4: Peel and grate your large carrots into a large plate or bowl. You should have about 2 cups.
Step 6: The onions should now be chopped up into thin small pieces.
Step 7: After 5 minutes, drain the water out of the bean threads.
Now, you should have the chopped cabbage, ground pork, onions and grated carrots off to the side.
Step 9: Grab your ground pork and chopped vegetables. Mix thoroughly with the bean threads.
Step 10: Add a tablespoon of salt into the mixture and mix.
Step 11: Add a tablespoon of oyster sauce and mix. If you add more oyster sauce, it will be saltier.
Step 12: Crack 2 eggs and mix them into the mixture.
Step 13: If your spring roll pastry sheets are still frozen, soak them in a bowl of warm water. You know they are ready if they are soft to the touch.
Step 15: Get a small bowl. Mix together half a teaspoon of corn starch and half a teaspoon of water. This will be your egg roll seal.
Step 16: Roll. Leave a little part of the top corner and smear on your corn starch paste. Roll again and finish.
Step 16: Make as many egg rolls as you can with your filling and leave aside.
Step 17: Pour in 5 cups of canola oil into a large pot. If you have a deep fryer, use vegetable oil and set to 350.
Step 18: Put pot on medium heat for 2-3 minutes. You will know is it hot when you test it with an egg roll. It should sizzle. Place in the egg rolls.
Step 20: After they are golden brown, take them out and put them on paper towels in a bowl. This will help absorb and strain the oil.
Step 21: Put them on a nice platter and enjoy with family, friends or by yourself!
- 10.5oz Bean Threads
- 2.0c Chopped Cabbages (1 head of cabbage)
- 2.0c Chopped Carrots (2 large carrots)
- 1.0c Chopped Half of a Yellow Onion
- 2.0c Ground Pork (Or just regular raw pork)
- 1.0 Spring Roll Pastry Pack (40 count)
- 1.0Tbsp Salt
- 1.0Tbsp Oyster Sauce
- 5.0c Canola Oil
- 2.0 Whole Raw Eggs
- 1/2tsp Corn Starch
- 1/2tsp Water
- 1.0 Large Pot
- 1/2tsp Measuring Spoon
- 1.0tsp Measuring Spoon
- 1.0c Measuring Cup
- 1.0 Large Cutting Knife
- 1.0 Cutting Board
- 1.0 Drainer Bowl
- 1.0 Large Bowl
- 1.0 Small Bowl
- 5.0 Sheets of Paper Towel
- 1.0 Mixing Bowl
- 5.0 Bowls or Large Plates