KASA - 1 lb Carne Adovada (cook ahead of time)
Won Ton Wrappers 6 in 6 ea
Water 1 cup
Ranch Dressing 6 0z
Red Chile powder 2 tbsp
Paprika 1 tbsp
Red Cabbage ¼ Head
Green Onions 2 oz
Corn Starch 1 box
Choice frying Oil 2 qt
Lay out wonton wrappers
Portion out carne adovada on to wrappers approx. 3oz
Fold in two corners on wonton wrap and roll into log shape,
Keeping corners tucked in tightly
Wet exposed corner of wonton wrap with water and seal Egg Rolls.
Lightly dust Egg Rolls with Corn Starch
Heat up frying Oil to medium high temp.
Fry egg rolls until golden brown, turning occasionally
Center temperature of egg roll should be 160 degrees
Cool down one minute and cut
Lay on a bed of shredded red cabbage and garnish with thinly sliced green onions.
Red Chile Ranch
We mix our House Ranch recipe with Red Chile powder and Paprika to spice up traditional creamy Ranch dressing, adds a unique southwest flavor to one of our most popular appetizers.
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