Baked Southwestern Eggrolls – Crispy southwestern eggrolls that are the ultimate appetizer for game-day, tailgating, or parties! Eggroll wrappers filled with spinach, corn, beans, cilantro, and cheese!
What a crazy few weeks it has been. A group of bloggers decided to do Texas themed recipes to help raise money for reputable charities helped out after Hurricane Harvey so I jumped on board. Since the, Hurricane Irma has hit too. This would be a really great time to donate to the American Red Cross to help out those effected by the storm. A lot of people could use the help right now!
The recipe I decided to make that was Texas themed were these Southwestern Eggrolls. I’ve made them before and they are always so good! You have to dip them in guacamole or salsa, it takes them to a whole new level! This is the perfect eggroll recipe for parties and tailgating!
There was actually one year where we made them as our meal for Thanksgiving! I was in the Thanksgiving Day Parade in downtown Detroit for marching band and we had a bit of an unconventional meal after filled with these eggrolls and Pepperoni Pizza Poppers. I actually preferred it to a turkey!
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Notes on southwestern eggroll recipe
- Meat lovers – add some shredded chicken in to the filling!
- Want the eggrolls to be extra crispy and crunchy? Fill a pan with about an inch of oil at 375 degrees and fry until golden brown. Only do 2-3 at a time, don’t overcrowd pan.
- This is a vegetarian appetizer.
- Can’t find eggroll wrappers? No problem! Pick up some wonton wrappers and put them in muffin tins to bake instead of rolling them in eggroll wrappers. Make sure to watch the oven closely, they will need less time to bake.