How to make CHILI'S | Southwestern Eggrolls (2023)


OK, maybe they're not "technically" eggrolls, but hey, I didn't name them. Here is what I do know, they're GOOD! SO GOOD! Crispy flour tortillas with a chicken black bean, corn, spinach and Jack cheese filling and served with an Avocado Ranch Dip, C'MON! Watch my video on how to make Chili's Presidente Margarita and y'all got a Happy Hour going on in your kitchen! Cheers to that! Love y'all! Makes about 15 eggrolls.

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Hello, everybody and welcome to restaurant recipe, recreations a channel dedicated to teaching you how to create your favorite signature dishes from the most popular restaurants, and in this episode I'm going to be teaching you how to recreate the southwest egg rolls from chili's bar and grill, and this video recipe also happens to be a viewer request from madam zeiland.

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So let me tell you everything that you're going to need for these southwest egg rolls so that you can get all of your ingredients ready before we get into the recipe making process.

Now chili's refers to these as egg rolls, I think, probably because they're shaped like an egg roll, but they're not really an egg roll in the traditional sense in that they're not made with egg roll wrappers instead they're made with flour tortilla and the size that I'm using here for this recipe are the fajita sized ones which are about six and a half to seven inches in diameter.

You're also going to need a whole roasted chicken.

In many grocery stores, you can purchase an already roasted chicken, but I prefer to roast my own chicken.

So if you prefer to roast your own chicken like I do, this is about a three and a half to four pound chicken that I roasted last evening, just to give it a chance to cool, and it was roasted in the oven at 375 for about an hour and 15 minutes.

Of course, with just some light seasoning.

I brush it with a little bit of olive oil, some salt and cracked, black pepper and for the rest of the egg roll filling you're going to need frozen, spinach you're going to need canned corn.

I like to use canned corn as opposed to fresh or frozen corn in this recipe, because I, like the consistency better you're, also going to need a can of black beans, you're going to need green onion, monterey, jack cheese, a fresh red, pepper, you're, going to need jalapeno, pepper, a little bit of cumin a little bit of chili powder and a little bit of taco seasoning, and then I'll show you how to make the dipping sauce at the end and what you'll need for that is.

Buttermilk you'll need a packet of hidden valley, ranch dressing, a very soft avocado you'll need mayonnaise and just a little bit of diced tomato and then for the deep frying you're, also going to need canola oil and whatever it is that you like to deep fry in now, you're, either going to need a very, very deep skillet or if you're like me, you prefer to do your deep frying in a wok.

The reason I like to do deep frying in my wok is because I think that the wok gets to the highest temperature and the depth of the wok also has a tendency to kind of contain some of the mess that happens with deep frying, all right, my friends.

So let's go ahead and get started with the southwest egg rolls from chili's bar and grill.

So the first thing that we want to do is to pull and chop our fresh roasted chicken.

What I'm doing is just taking off all of the skin and discarding the skin and, of course, the bones as well.

Obviously, whenever I roast a chicken at home, which is very often actually, I always like to save all the bones and all of the the carcass and the skin and everything because I always end up making my own chicken stock, I love homemade chicken stock.

It just has so much more flavor, so I'm taking off the skin and putting it into a separate container for my chicken stock for later and then, of course, all of the bones as well, and then only setting aside the white and the dark meat and we'll go ahead and chop that down further in a bit, and then you just want to take all of the larger pieces from your pulled chicken and chop it down.

I'm using only the green parts of the scallion and you'll want a half of a cup onto the red, pepper, of course, you're going to use one whole red pepper.

You want your red pepper in a quarter, inch dice or smaller, and now one large jalapeno, fresh seeds stems and ribs removed, and you want this jalapeno to be minced.

However, if spicy is not your thing and you want to leave the jalapeno out entirely feel free to do that.

If spicy is your thing like me and you want to kick it up, then add two jalapenos.

Now we're going to grate eight ounces of monterey jack cheese.

Now we need to saute all of our egg roll ingredients together.

So, on a medium high heat, add a little bit of olive oil to the bottom of your pan.

Once the oil is hot enough, add the jalapeno, pepper, the red pepper and the scallions and we're going to saute those until softened once the peppers have softened, add the chopped white and dark meat.


Now we're going to add one can or 15 ounces of the canned corn, one can or 15 ounces of black beans that have been drained and rinsed a nine ounce package of frozen spinach that has been squeezed very, very dry.

All of the liquid and water has been squeezed out of the spinach.

You can see how kind of dry and crumbly it is.

That's what you're, looking for so one nine ounce package of frozen spinach, a half, a teaspoon of cumin, a half, a teaspoon of chili powder and a half of a teaspoon of taco seasoning, give that a nice stir and make sure that all of the ingredients are incorporated and really you can use this filling for any number of things you don't have to stop at just the egg rolls this would be a fantastic taco or burrito filling now.

Let's add two pinches of salt and the eight ounces of shredded monterey, jack, cheese and now on a low heat mix.

All of these ingredients, together until the cheese is slightly melted and all of the ingredients are well incorporated and now the fun part, let's roll these egg rolls.

It might be helpful if you got yourself some toothpicks just to keep these together.

Now, let's start with your fajita size, 7 inch, flour tortilla, put about 2 tablespoons of the filling into the center, don't overcrowd the tortilla with too much filling, because then you'll have a hard time getting the ends to stay closed and it'll all squeeze out, which is you don't want that so tuck in the sides bring the one side up continue to tuck in the sides and then close it on the ends with two toothpicks now, whatever it is that you're using to fry these egg rolls in whether it's a very, very deep saute, pan a stock pot or, in my case, a wok.

You want to make sure that you have about three inches of canola oil in the bottom and your canola oil needs to come up to 355 degrees.

When you put a thermometer into the oil, you don't want to touch all the way down to the bottom of the pan, because what you'll be doing is you'll be taking the temperature of the pan, which is going to be hotter than the oil.

You just want to make sure that the tip of the thermometer is about halfway down into the oil that way you're.

Getting a true and honest, read on the temperature of your oil, so go ahead and put the egg rolls into the fry oil.

Don't overcrowd, depending on the size of what you're frying in just do about three or four.

At a time I'm going to stick with three once the egg rolls are a nice crispy golden brown place them on a rack to drain to make the avocado ranch dipping sauce for these egg rolls start with either a blender or your food processor and add one half of a cup of mayonnaise.

If you were to ask my opinion, dupes mayonnaise is the only way to go.

I know people are kind of specific about their mayonnaise, but for me it's dukes.

So a half a cup of mayonnaise, a half of a cup of cold cultured buttermilk, give it a shake first, just so that you're mixing up all of the butter solids and you want a half of a cup of the buttermilk, a one ounce package of hidden valley, ranch, seasoning mix and one very, very ripe and soft avocado.

Let's add a little fresh cracked, black pepper, because that's just always good and blend your ingredients together on the smoothie setting of your blender, while your blender or food processor is blending, take one small roma tomato and cut it into a quarter, inch dice and we're going to fold the tomato into the dipping sauce.

At the end now transfer your avocado ranch sauce into a medium sized bowl and then just gently fold in your chopped, tomatoes cover it and stick it in the fridge until you're ready to use it.

Okay, my friends! So once these are done frying you want to let them drain for a little bit and then serve them right away to serve them.

Just go ahead and cut them in half on a bias and angle so that they look pretty don't forget to put your dipping sauce in the center.

Maybe a little bit of garnish follow this link here and I'll teach you how to make the chilies presidente margarita.

So you can whip up some margaritas invite over a few friends, make some bad decisions with each other, and you have an authentic chili's happy hour right in your own home moment of truth.

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How to make CHILI'S | Southwestern Eggrolls? ›

Crispy flour tortillas, chicken, black beans, corn, jalapeño Jack cheese, red peppers, spinach. Served with avocado-ranch.

What are chilis egg rolls made of? ›

Crispy flour tortillas, chicken, black beans, corn, jalapeño Jack cheese, red peppers, spinach. Served with avocado-ranch.

What are Southwestern egg rolls made of? ›

The Best Southwest Chicken Egg Rolls are a colorful combination of golden corn, black beans, red bell peppers, jalapeños, shredded cheese and tender bites of chicken with a sweet and spicy southwest seasoning all wrapped up in an egg roll wrapper.

Are chilis southwestern eggrolls good? ›

One of my favorite appetizers from anywhere is Chili's Southwestern Eggrolls. They are so good. Dipped in an avocado cream sauce, they are practically irresistible. That's why I had to learn how to make them at home, since we now live in the UK, where are no Chili's.

What is egg roll filling made of? ›

An egg roll is a fried appetizer that's found on countless Chinese-American restaurant menus. It consists of a thick, crispy wheat flour skin filled with shredded cabbage, pork, and other ingredients. Egg rolls are fried in hot oil, served warm, and usually dipped in duck sauce or soy sauce.

What is the red stuff in a egg roll? ›

Asian chili sauce: use your favorite chili sauce like Sambal Oelek or sriracha. Use as much or as little as you like. As written, the egg roll recipe uses 1 teaspoon chili sauce. This will NOT make the egg rolls spicy but will add flavor.

What's the orange stuff in an egg roll? ›

To make your egg rolls stuffed with good fortune, fill them with orange carrots, which symbolize wealth, and Chinese chives, which symbolize longevity.

What's the difference between fried spring roll and egg roll? ›

Spring rolls are wrapped in thin flour wrappers or rice wrappers, while egg rolls are wrapped in a thicker, noticeably crispier wrapper that's been dipped in egg for richness. Preparation. Egg rolls are fried, which accounts for their bubbly, crispy exteriors.

What's the difference between summer rolls and egg roll? ›

The Bottom Line

Spring rolls are wrapped in a dough made of flour and water and then fried, while summer rolls are wrapped in a translucent rice-wrapper and served cold. And egg rolls are a variant of spring rolls in which the wrapper batter has egg added to it.

Are fried egg rolls unhealthy? ›

Worst: Egg Rolls

Sure, there are veggies in the filling. But egg rolls are anything but healthy. They're wrapped in dough and deep-fried. The result is an appetizer that packs more than 220 calories and 10 grams of fat in each one.

What is the best sauce to eat with egg rolls? ›

Sweet & Sour and Duck Sauce are the most common sauces to serve but it's fun (and tasty) to switch things up a bit and try new flavors. We've got three light and fresh egg roll dipping sauces to share with you today, perfect for summer! Sweet and Spicy Mustard, Avocado Spinach, and Mango Chutney!

Why is egg rolls healthy? ›

Based on a 2,000-calorie diet, an egg roll can be a good source of dietary fiber, providing 8% of the Daily Value (DV) for this nutrient. Dietary fiber has many benefits, such as providing satiety, promoting bowel regularity, reducing the risk of colorectal cancer and heart disease, and more ( 2 ).

How do you keep eggrolls crispy? ›

Heat a non-stick skillet over low heat for 5-10 minutes.

Heat the skillet for 5-10 minutes to warm the skillet up. The goal here is to cook your egg rolls as quickly as possible to avoid giving the moisture and oils time to soak into the wrapper as the rolls reheat, so a warm skillet will help this process along.

Why do you put peanut butter in egg rolls? ›

Easy answer, which he already knew, is because it's an ingredient. I've heard, over the years, that peanut butter was used to seal egg roll wrappers, or bind ingredients, or used as a filler during wartime rationing, or simply for the flavor.

Why do you put an egg in an egg roll? ›

Ever wonder… why these classic Chinese-American treats are called egg rolls? One possible explanation is that the dough traditionally used to make the wrapper calls for eggs. Even though recipes now often omit the egg, it's possible that the name stuck.

What are the clear stringy things in egg rolls? ›

The clear strings in egg rolls are bean thread noodles, or cellophane noodles, typically made from mung beans, potato starch, tapioca starch, or rice flour.

Are egg rolls Chinese or Japanese? ›

Spring rolls and egg rolls are both popular Chinese appetizers, but one has traditional Chinese roots while the other emerged from American Chinese cooking.

What is a New York style egg roll? ›

A typical "New York-style" egg roll measures approximately two inches in diameter by six inches in length, with a thick, chewy, crispy, bumpy exterior skin. Egg rolls, like other Americanized Chinese food specialties, may contain vegetable cultivars and flavor profiles that are not common in China, including broccoli.

What is the white foam on eggs? ›

The whisking process stretches out and unravels the proteins and they end up lining up because the hydrophilic ends are attracted to water in the egg white and the hydrophobic ends are repelled and attracted to the air in the pockets. Eventually the protein coating of the air pockets link together, making a foam.

What does Panda Express put in their spring rolls? ›

Cabbage, celery, carrots, green onions and Chinese noodles in a crispy wonton wrapper.

What is wrapped around an egg roll? ›

We do use beaten egg to seal them—perhaps that's how they got their name! The filling usually consists predominantly of shredded cabbage, along with Chinese BBQ Pork, shrimp, and/or other vegetables.

Which is healthier spring roll or egg roll? ›

They're both delicious but if there has to be a definitive answer, spring rolls are the healthier option. This is because spring rolls use thinner wrappers and are filled with vegetables, whereas egg roll wrappers include eggs and typically include meat in the filling, specifically pork.

Why do my egg rolls have bubbles? ›

The main reason is that rice paper is a little tricky to fry and doesn't get beautifully golden brown like the wheat based egg roll wrappers. When the rice paper hits the hot oil, it immediately bubbles up and blisters.

Are egg roll wrappers and wontons the same? ›

Wonton and egg roll wrappers are made with a similar wheat and egg dough. However, wonton wrappers are smaller in size compared to the other two. Spring roll wrappers do not contain eggs and are thinner than wonton wrappers or egg roll wrappers. Wonton/Shumai wrappers imported from Japan are smaller in size.

Do you use egg wash or water for egg rolls? ›

An Egg Wash is perfect for: rolls, pies, many types of bread and any kind of pastry crust. It's ideal for sealing pie crusts together because it holds the crusts together perfectly – like glue!

How long to boil an egg for rolling? ›

Start by covering your eggs in pieces of onion skin then tie butcher's string around each egg to hold the onion skins in place – alternatively, you can wrap the covered your eggs in aluminium foil until each one is completely covered – then boil the egg parcels in a pan of water for about 5-7 minutes.

How many eggs are in an egg roll? ›

After all, there is no egg in it. I had always assumed they used egg to make the dough and that's why it was called an egg roll. It turns out some recipes use eggs for the wrapper but plenty don't. For those of you new to egg rolls, egg rolls are cabbage and meat filled pockets wrapped in dough and fried.

What is the most common type of egg roll? ›

Chinese Egg Rolls

Chinese egg rolls are one of the most popular types of egg rolls and are a staple of Chinese cuisine. The filling typically consists of shredded cabbage, carrots, and pork; other variations may include shrimp, chicken, or beef.

Are summer rolls supposed to be sticky? ›

Why are my rice paper rolls sticky? Rice paper will naturally become sticky once wet. If your wrapper is too sticky to roll, try dipping it in the water for less time or working on top of a damp tea towel. Rice paper rolls will also stick together after being made, see below for how to store them.

What is in a chop suey roll? ›

Chop suey (/ˈtʃɒpˈsuːi/) is a dish in American Chinese cuisine and other forms of overseas Chinese cuisine, consisting of meat (usually chicken, pork, beef, shrimp or fish) and eggs, cooked quickly with vegetables such as bean sprouts, cabbage, and celery and bound in a starch-thickened sauce.

What are the disadvantages of egg roll? ›

Too much fat or sodium can lead to long-term health conditions, including heart disease, diabetes, or obesity. Plus, along with the high fat and sodium content, egg rolls can also contain trace amounts of trans fats, SF Gate reports.

Can a diabetic eat egg rolls? ›

Egg rolls are a favorite Chinese food that can be diabetes friendly with just a few changes. Baking them instead of frying will lower the total fat and calorie count. Egg roll wrappers do have carbs, but not an extremely high amount. Two of these egg rolls will equal about 30 gm carb, but the filling is low carb.

Why are egg rolls so greasy? ›

When frying egg rolls, it's important that the oil is the right temperature; 350 degrees usually does it. If the oil is too hot, the skins will burn or be done before the insides are cooked; too cold, and oil seeps into the rolls and makes them greasy.

Are egg rolls good leftover? ›

These are best eaten fresh, but you can store your leftovers in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 3 days. Reheat in an oven preheated to 375 degrees until warmed through.

What is Yum Yum? ›

used to express pleasurable satisfaction especially in the taste of food.

What is duck sauce made of? ›

Ingredients. It is made of plums, apricots, pineapples or peaches added to sugar, vinegar, ginger and chili peppers. It is used in more traditional Chinese cuisine in the form of plum sauce.

What Chinese food is healthy? ›

1. Steamed fish or seafood with ginger, scallions and soy sauce. Steamed fish and veggies are packed with fiber and protein. One of the healthiest places you can choose an entree on a Chinese restaurant menu from is the seafood section, according to Amy Yiu, RD, a registered dietitian with Health Stand Nutrition.

What Chinese food has the least calories? ›

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Should I refrigerate egg rolls before frying? ›

storing info. Make ahead of time. Assemble the egg rolls and keep them covered in the fridge, up to 24 hours, until you are ready to fry them. Keep unfried egg rolls in the freezer.

Do I need to thaw egg rolls before frying? ›

Generally, you can just take frozen egg rolls out of the freezer and drop them into a deep fryer straight away. But remember to use a medium-to-low heat to fry them first then turn the heat high for a couple of minutes until the egg rolls have turned a nice golden color with a crispy texture on the outside.

Should you freeze egg rolls before frying? ›

You can make the filling in advance and assemble when you are ready to fry them. But if you need to roll them more than a day in advance, I recommend freezing them. Freezing: You can make and assemble the egg rolls without frying them and freeze them right away.

Why do you store peanut butter upside down? ›

Store your peanut butter container upside-down. Yes, it really is that simple. See, the liquids that separate from the solid body of peanut butter rise to the top. Storing it upside-down will force the oils at the top to travel back through the butter, mixing right in themselves.

What do people eat egg rolls with? ›

The best side dishes to serve with egg rolls are chicken gizzards, avocado fries, blooming onion, Arrabbiata sauce, chow mein, hash browns, Mozzarella sticks, Spinach Artichoke Dip, tabasco sauce, Jalapeno cheese dip, chicken long rice, fried wontons, guacamole, and Asian slaw.

Why are my egg rolls not crispy? ›

You don't want the egg roll filling to be excessively wet, otherwise, the egg roll will be soggy instead of crisp. To avoid this, wash the vegetables earlier in the day and give them time to drain properly.

Why is there no egg in egg rolls? ›

Contrary to popular belief, the egg isn't necessary to make an egg roll, even though it does have it in its name. The traditional egg roll recipe uses egg in the dough, but most recipes don't call for it anymore; modern egg rolls are usually made up of mixed meat and vegetables wrapped in a rice paper wrapper.

Are chilis southwest eggrolls vegetarian? ›

And these Healthy Chili's Southwestern Egg Rolls are the ultimate example (they're vegetarian, optionally vegan, and baked, not fried—and they're just beyond delicious).

What's the difference between egg roll and Vietnamese egg roll? ›

How are Vietnamese egg rolls different, than say, Chinese egg rolls? Vietnamese egg rolls are typically wrapped with a rice paper whereas Chinese egg rolls are wrapped a wheat base wrapper. They both contain a variety of chopped vegetables and can be made with pork, shrimp, or leaner meats such as chicken or turkey.

Do egg rolls usually have meat? ›

That's why, unlike spring rolls, egg rolls always have cooked fillings, and almost always include meat. Vegetable egg rolls can be equally hearty though, with a cooked combination of savory veggies like cabbage, celery and onion, plus plenty of seasoning.

Do all egg rolls have shrimp in them? ›

Egg rolls are still technically spring rolls (perhaps the first spring roll you ever tasted), but the wrapper dough is made with wheat and eggs, producing a thicker, fatter roll. A more traditional (and tastier) version would also have bamboo shoots, minced shrimp, and water chestnuts.

Does vegetable egg roll have meat? ›

As far as the difference in fillings, egg rolls are typically filled with cooked cabbage, some other vegetables, and pork, while spring rolls typically contain only cooked vegetables. But like any generalization for food so beloved worldwide, you're sure to find exceptions if you look hard enough.

Can vegetarians eat egg rolls? ›

It is not uncommon for egg rolls to be vegan or vegetarian, but this is not always the case. Because most egg rolls do not contain eggs, if they do not contain meat, it is often a vegan breakfast. vegans are increasingly concerned about whether they can continue eating egg rolls after a vegan diet.

Are egg rolls always vegetarian? ›

Most of the time, the problem ingredient is in the filling, as it's very common for egg rolls to be filled with meat, usually pork or chicken. Some egg rolls do have egg in the wrapper, but many use a simple wheat flour wrapper that doesn't contain any egg.

Is egg roll healthy or unhealthy? ›

Worst: Egg Rolls

Sure, there are veggies in the filling. But egg rolls are anything but healthy. They're wrapped in dough and deep-fried. The result is an appetizer that packs more than 220 calories and 10 grams of fat in each one.

What is Chicago style egg rolls? ›

The Chicago-style egg roll may look like any version of the iconic Chinese-American tubular appetizer: deep fried until golden brown, bubbly and crunchy on the outside, with cabbage plus sometimes pork, shrimp and other ingredients on the inside.

Why are there no eggs in egg rolls? ›

Contrary to popular belief, the egg isn't necessary to make an egg roll, even though it does have it in its name. The traditional egg roll recipe uses egg in the dough, but most recipes don't call for it anymore; modern egg rolls are usually made up of mixed meat and vegetables wrapped in a rice paper wrapper.

What are New York egg rolls? ›

A typical "New York-style" egg roll measures approximately two inches in diameter by six inches in length, with a thick, chewy, crispy, bumpy exterior skin. Egg rolls, like other Americanized Chinese food specialties, may contain vegetable cultivars and flavor profiles that are not common in China, including broccoli.

Are wonton wrappers the same as egg roll wrappers? ›

Wonton wrappers are made from the same dough as egg roll wrappers, but they're smaller in size and therefore used differently. They're most commonly used to make dumplings or wontons but can certainly be used for dessert as well.

What do Americans call spring rolls? ›

It's been said that egg rolls are a 20th century Americanized version of spring rolls and are now a staple in many Chinese American restaurants. If you've ever had deep-fried rolls at Panda Express, you've most likely had egg rolls.

What culture eats egg rolls? ›

An egg roll is a Chinese-style snack consisting of diced meat and chopped vegetables that are wrapped in an egg-based dough, and then deep-fried in hot oil.

Why do they call it egg roll? ›

Featured in a Chinese-American cookbook from 1917, the recipe calls for chicken, ham, sprouts, and mushrooms to be wrapped in a thin egg omelette. So, literally, an egg roll.

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