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Corned Beef Eggrolls aka Irish Eggrolls

Corned Beef Eggrolls aka Irish eggrolls were spawned out of imagination following a traditional corned beef boiled dinner on St. Patrick’s day. We were blessed with substantial leftovers that included cabbage, carrots, corned beef, and onions.

While I normally make red flannel hash, I wanted something a little bit different. Thus, these divine corned beef eggrolls were conceived!
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While they’re utterly scrumptious on their own, the creamy horseradish dip takes the flavor into next-level status, so don’t forget to whip up a batch before you make your eggrolls.

How to Make Corned Beef Eggrolls aka Irish Eggrolls

To get started, I prefer to Mise en Place, that is, to gather all of my ingredients before I start. As mentioned, this recipe uses leftover traditional New England boiled dinner consisting of corned beef, cabbage, potatoes, onions, and carrot.
leftover boiled dinner

Dice each of the ingredients, and place in a medium-sized bowl.
leftover irish boiled dinner

Add roughly about a teaspoon or so of garlic salt and a quarter teaspoon of freshly ground black pepper- to your taste preferences.

Place an egg roll wrapper on a clean surface, add about 1/3- 1/2 c. of the corned beef mixture to the middle.
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Starting from the corner, fold the edge of the eggroll wrapper over the filling.
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Next, roll until the filling is completely covered by the eggroll wrapper.
irish eggrolls step 3

Dip your finger in warm water and highly run it along on the edges of the wrapper. Seal the sides of the eggroll by folding them into the roll, like so:
irish eggrolls step 4

Finish rolling the eggroll, using the water technique to seal it closed, preventing the filling from spilling out.
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Repeat until all the filling is gone and you have a stack of eggrolls. At this point, the eggrolls can be individually wrapped in wax paper and placed in a Ziploc or vacuum seal bag, and frozen until needed. Else, they may be deep-fried or cooked in an air-fryer.
stack of irish eggrolls

Fry a few rolls at a time (2-3) for about 5 minutes each in the hot oil. Drain well on paper towels. To cook them in an air-fryer, mist them with olive or avocado oil and then cook at 400F for 5-8 minutes (or in accordance with your machine’s recommendations).
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