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Avocado Egg Rolls


Avocado Egg Rolls

 

Avocado Crack seasoning obviously tastes amazing with avocado, so why not get adventurous and try avocado egg rolls? These avocado egg rolls are creamy, flavorful, and have a crispy outer layer that makes them a delicious snack or appetizer. Of course, once you make a batch, you won’t be able to stop making them! 

Avocado Egg Rolls

The soft and delicate taste of crab is the perfect pair for the dense avocado filling. These avocado egg rolls are a delicious twist on classic egg rolls. The classic filling is replaced with a crab and avocado filling, making these eggrolls vibrant in color and taste. 

 

Avocado egg rolls are an excellent dish to serve if you are having a dinner party. The premium ingredients make these avocado egg rolls impressive. The sweetness of the crab and the savory avocado makes these egg rolls absolutely irresistible. 

 

Egg Rolls vs. Spring Rolls 

 

An egg roll is a deep-fried roll with a thick and crispy wrapper. Spring rolls, on the other hand, have a thinner flour wrapper. Egg rolls are always deeply fried, but spring rolls can be baked or deep-fried. This is why egg rolls have a crispy, bubbly wrapper while spring rolls are relatively smooth. Egg rolls and spring rolls are both deep-fried rolls that are considered a part of Chinese-American cuisine. 

 

How to Dice an Avocado 

 

Avocados are super easy to dice. First, you should halve the avocado and then remove the pit. Then, cut the avocados into squares and scoop them out with a spoon. The avocado filling is best diced since it will keep its shape in the egg roll. It will also taste better in cubes than if you were to mash the avocado. 

 

How to Ripen An Avocado

 

If your avocados are not yet ripe, you can make the process go faster by placing them in a paper bag. This causes the ethylene gas to build up. Ethylene is a plant hormone that causes the ripening process. You can also place a ripe banana in the closed brown paper bag since ripe bananas produce lots of ethylene. You will know the avocado is ripe and ready to be eaten if it is slightly soft but still not mushy. 

 

How to Keep Fresh Avocados From Going Brown

 

Avocados tend to go brown shortly after being cut. This is because the enzyme in the avocados reacts with the oxygen in the air and turns the avocado brown. After you dice your avocado and make the filling, you can keep your avocado from turning brown by wrapping them in plastic wrap. You could also lightly brush some lemon juice across the avocado. The acidity of the lemon juice lowers the pH of the avocado and prevents browning. 

Avocado Egg Rolls

Tips For The Crispiest Avocado Egg Rolls

 

  • Make sure your avocado is ripe but not too ripe. It should be firm but not too hard. 
  • Use vegetable oil or a different type of neutral oil. This will prevent the avocado egg rolls from tasting like olive oil. A neutral oil such as vegetable or canola oil also has a high smoking point, making it suitable for frying. 
  • Fry the egg rolls until they turn golden brown.  

 

Ingredients: 

 

For the Avocado Filling:

  • 5 Egg Roll wrappers
  • 1 Large Avocado diced
  • 3 tbsp Sun-Dried Tomatoes (chopped)
  • 1 tsp of fresh garlic (small chopped)
  • 1 tbsp chopped Cilantro 
  • 1 tbsp Avocado Crack Seasoning 

 

For the Crab Filling:

 

  • 1 can of Crab
  • 1/2 lime, juice, and zest
  • 2 tsp Fresh Chopped Green Onion
  • 2 tbsp of whipped cream cheese
  • 1 tbsp Avocado Crack Seasoning

 

To Bind the Filling:

  • 1 egg + 1 tablespoon of cold water(egg wash)

 

Cookware Needed 

  • Deep pan for frying 
  • Two medium bowls 
  • Silicone basting & pastry brush
  • Large cutting board

 

How to Make Avocado Egg Rolls 

 

  1. In a medium bowl, gently stir Avocado filling ingredients together. Set aside for later
  2. In another bowl, mix crab filling together and hold in the fridge until time to fill egg rolls. 
  3. Place one egg roll wrapper on a cutting board to assemble to egg rolls. Make it so that a corner is pointing toward you. 
  4. Brush the edges of the wrapper with egg mixture. 
  5. Distribute avocado filling evenly onto the center. Leaving room to place the crab filling next to the avocado.
  6. Add the crab filling. 
  7. Fold the bottom corner up, 1/4 of the way over the filling. Roll the egg roll up from side to side, fold the top corner over all the filling, and press to seal.
  8. Repeat with remaining egg roll wrappers.  
  9. Add oil to a deep pan over medium-high heat. You should add enough oil to be able to submerge a batch of avocado egg rolls. Heat the oil to 375 degrees F. 
  10. Deep fry the egg rolls in batches for about 3-4 minutes until they turn golden brown.  
  11. Remove rolls from the oil and place them on paper towels to drain the excess oil. 
  12. Let the egg rolls cool. Then slice them in half and serve them with your favorite sweet and spicy sauce!

 

What Can I Serve With Avocado Egg Rolls? 

 

These addicting avocado egg rolls can be served as an appetizer or even as a side dish. You can serve it with Chinese food like stir-fried noodles, fried rice, or ma po tofu. You can also serve these to your family as an afternoon snack. Since these crab and avocado egg rolls are an Asian fusion dish, they can also be served with pasta dishes, chicken dishes, and steak. Avocado egg rolls are super versatile and can be eaten with anything!

 

Can You Freeze Avocado Egg Rolls?

 

Yes, avocado egg rolls can definitely be frozen! They freeze well and will remain fresh until reheated. You can either freeze them before you have deep-fried them or after. You can also freeze a large batch of avocado egg rolls after assembling them to have egg rolls whenever you want! Just keep them in an airtight container and store them in the freezer. The egg rolls can stay in the freezer for up to 3 months. 

 

I personally love Avocado Egg Rolls, and I hope you love these too! Comment and let me know how they came out. 💚🥑✨ - Yolanda


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