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Old 03-28-2009, 10:55 AM   #1
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Use for leftover BBQ

Folks are often looking for new ways to use leftover meat and the wife made up a batch of these southwestern egg rolls the other day and used some pulled BBQ chicken. They were real tasty and pork or beef would work well in them as well. We deep fried them.
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Old 03-28-2009, 12:00 PM   #2
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I really got into eggrolls this winter....I make em with
collards and ham ( with Rev Marvin for dipping), italian cheese and meat (served with marinara for dipping) and I've made buffalo chicken with
blue cheese crumbles before too.

Fun, delicious and a great way to use leftovers.
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Old 03-28-2009, 12:42 PM   #3
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We did egg rolls last week. Stuffed with bacon and cheese and sausage and marinara....funkiest lookin egg rolls ive ever seen....then again from what i understand there isnt one lick a oriental in the family.
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Old 03-28-2009, 01:17 PM   #4
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Well these weren't made out of leftover Q, but they could have.

I seared a 7 bone chuck roast naked, then liberally doused with WRB, put into a pan and cooked in the smoke for another hour, then foiled the pan untl the meat was tender

Then I grilled a head of cabbage, red onion and the serranos. Then julienned those. I blanched and chopped baby spinach and baby carrots. Mixes all the ingredients plus some garlic, salt and pepper. I then mixed the meat and veggies and placed in the fridge to cool.

I then made a dipping sauce which consisted of Reverend Marvins Hot BBQ Sauce, Brown Sugar, Soy Sauce and Sesame Oil. Brought to a boil and reduced by 1/4.

Filled egg roll wrappers with the chuck/veggie mixture and deep fried until golden brown. They turned out much better than expected!!!

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Old 03-28-2009, 01:47 PM   #5
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DAMN!
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I've lived a sheltered life thinking of egg rolls only in terms of oriental stuffings from the chinese restuarant. Sounds like there's a whole new world out there for the wife and I.
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Larry didn't you make the same with pulled pork?
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Larry, you are the man. Super.
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Sure do look good. Bet that was purty labor intensive. You young whupper snappers got a lot of energy thankfully. Just got done with my 5 hr nap. Warden cooking beans...fried tates...corn breaqd and biled up cabbage for supper. That is soul food for po white Texas small town oil field trash. I should be able to win the pharting contest tomorrow. Heck maybe all week.

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