All I can say about these is wow. I loved, loved, loved them....and my kids did too. 

Ingredients:

ground beef
bacon
shredded cheese
eggroll wrappers
vegetable oil for frying (optional)
Condiments


Brown your ground beef and season it like you would do a hamburger. I seasoned mine with Creole seasoning, a few dashes of  worcestershire sauce. After done, I drained the grease and then added in bacon that I had already prepared and chopped into pieces. 

Wet your eggroll wrapper and place it in front of you so it looks like a diamond rather than a square ( I took this photo before I corrected it)

You want the filling to go straight from corner to corner.

Fill with ground beef and bacon mix and top with a nice heap of shredded cheese.


Roll by taking the bottom corner and tucking it under the filling. Then bring in both sides and continue to roll.


*Your wrapper needs to be wet so it will stick and not come apart when cooking.

I deep fried mine for added crispiness but you can place in the oven at 325 until brown.






I have been completely addicted to making things using wonton and eggroll wrappers. I guess, I took it as somewhat of a challenge to see just what all I could make using them that my children and friends would enjoy. So far, everything I have tried has been a win. I have seen these posted online on restaurant menus so I decided to try. It is so amazing just how many things one can think would be difficult to make that only take a few minutes!


All you need is a chocolate filling or nutella.  I used a chocolate sauce called Chocolate Lava.

It is best to run the wrappers under water, then add filling, so it is easier to seal them.

Fold in half to form a triangle, pressing to seal tightly.

You can fry these in vegetable oil or bake in the oven until brown.  If baking, bake at 325 until browned. 



You can dust them with powdered sugar or a cinnamon sugar mix for added sweetness.





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