Chicken and slaw in egg rolls

Irisa Raina 9


This is just another one of those...hmmmm have some of this and some of that...and what can you make with it....????

This is what I came up with!

I sent two of these with some sauce to our next door neighbor and she loved them!

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4 - 6
25 Min
40 Min


12 large wonton wrappers
cole slaw mix 16 oz – 1 bag
apple juice “about 1 tablespoon” i use frozen “unsweetened”
green onions “sliced using white and green” about 4
asparagus “ fresh” i used 8 stalks cut into 1/4inch pieces
6 -8 chicken tenders “ cut into small pieces”
sesame oil “ smidge” about 1/8 scant teaspoon
unsalted butter “ a tablespoon or so “
salt to taste
pepper to taste
sryacha hot chili sauce 4 tablespoons or so “ to taste”
water to seal the wontons
dipping sauce:
sryacha hot chili sauce - ¼ to ½ cup
soy sauce – about 2 tablespoons
honey about 3 tablespoons
water maybe 1 tablespoon
light brown sugar …depends on how sweet you like it, i used only 2teaspoons
tomato paste – 1 tablespoon


1Put ½ the slaw and sliced green onions in the apple juice and marinade in a zip lock bag and refrigerate for several hours.
2Toss about every ½ hour. Once the slaw mixture has marinated sauté gently with a smidgen of sesame oil, butter, salt and pepper and juice from the bag.
3Then cool again in the refrigerator. When mixture has cooled toss in remaining slaw and mix. Set aside
4Fry chicken pieces and asparagus in hot sauce and butter, for a few minutes. You’ll want to make sure the chicken is cooked. Do not drain…..Cool ….
5Add chicken mixture to slaw mixture and toss, set aside for about 15 minutes tossing or mixing every 5 minutes or so.
6Put some chicken on the bottom of won ton wrapper then Wet the rim of the wrappers and seal. Fold corners to each other.
7Dipping sauce:
8Mix all ingredients and cook over very low flame…this should be really thick, you can either serve the sauce warm or cool.

About Chicken and slaw in egg rolls

Course/Dish: Chicken
Regional Style: Asian
Other Tag: Quick & Easy