I don’t know what to say about this recipe. It’s got a teriyaki-ish flavour, that makes me smile. If you have leftovers, tossing the pork and sauce with some veggies and throwing it into a tortilla or pita, is very good too! Use the sauce on chicken, or beef as well, but it’s best on pork.
Don’t forget that you’re working with something containing sugars. So it will burn on the grill if you’re not careful. If you find that it’s burning and not caramelizing how you would like, move the pork chops to the cool, off side of the grill to roast for 15 to 20 minutes instead.
I am really happy with how these turned out. They were a tad on the spicy side, but if you like that, you will like these. But you can also leave the Sriracha out of the recipe too.
Recently I have done several posts using Egg Roll Wrappers. You would be surprised at how versatile they really are. What interesting things have you done with egg roll wrappers? Another strange ingredient?
Make sure you get the square egg roll wrappers and not the round wonton/dumpling wrappers, however, they would also be VERY tasty. Also. Let these cool for a little while before serving them. They just came out of a 400°F grill, they’re really really hot!
These Pulled Pork Egg Rolls are completely filling! Three each and we were stuffed. So if you’re serving them as an appetizer, be sure that you don’t give your guests too many to eat, or the main course will be too much food, if there is such a thing.
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