Easy Dessert for Cooking Dummies
May 12, 2007 6:01am CST
I ventured to try this, without the custard sauce but with ice cream, it was really good. BANANA-FILLED EGG ROLLS WITH CUSTARD SAUCE. Heat oven to 400 degrees. Coat a baking sheet with cooking spray. Peel 4 large bananas; quarter lengthwise. Lay 8 egg roll wrappers (from a 16-ounce package) on a flat surface. Arrange two banana quarters on center of wrapper. Sprinkle with 1 1/2 teaspoons chocolate chips on both sides of the banana. Fold and seal each roll, bringing each corner into the center. Place egg rolls on the baking sheet. Bake for 5 minutes; turn and bake for an additional five minutes. Egg rolls should be crispy and golden brown. Add additional baking time as needed, turning over egg roll every two minutes. Serve with your own CUSTARD SAUCE or pour cream over wraps. TIP: Look for egg roll wrappers in the produce department.
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17 May 07
This sounds pretty good but I'm not sure what an egg-roll is let alone a wrapper. In the produce dept you say? Hmmm. If it's not too much trouble could I get some more info here from someone please? Thanks in advance.
18 May 07
We have something called a spring roll here that is mainly cabbage, other veges, tiny prawns and fine pork mince rolled up in pastry and then deep fried. Is that what you mean? The pastry is kept in the freezer section of the supermarket with all the other frozen pastries.
• United States
12 May 07
Egg Rolls are what to get in chinese restuarants. Long crispy pasty with a filling i.e. shrimp veggies etc. You can buy the pastry sheets frozen or I suppose philo pastry sheets would do. BTW even a long, long time ago in Glasgow I had egg rolls in restaurants.
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13 May 07
I love bananas and I think I will try the ice cream,too. Thanks for sharing where to look for the egg rolls. I would have been walking around looking so at least I know a place to start my search. This sounds just delicious. I have never tried a dessert egg roll before,