Monday, January 31, 2011

Pulled Pork with Asian Slaw Roll - Ups

With Super Bowl just days away we thought this would be a unique and fun idea for a game day snack. We all love pulled pork and we all love crispy coleslaw so why not put the two together into one great dish, these turned out way better than I had hoped for.

1 18oz. - Lloyd's Honey Hickory Pulled Pork (heated)
1 Package - Nasoya Won Ton Wraps
1 8.5oz. - Fresh Express Coleslaw Kit with Dressing
1/4 C. - Sun Maid Golden Raisins
2 Tbs. - McCormick Black Sesame Seeds
Dash Rice Wine Vinegar

Heat your deep fryer to 350 degrees. In a medium sized bowl combine the coleslaw, raisins, vinegar, sesame seeds, dressing and stir well. Lay out two won ton wraps overlapping enough to seal the two together with water. Then place about 1/2 Tbs. of meat towards one end of the wrapper, and then top with 1/2 Tbs. of the slaw. Roll up the won tons keeping it as tight as possible, seal the won ton with water on both ends and along the side. Make sure the won ton is totally sealed so you have no leaks while deep frying. After all roll ups have been made deep fry for 1-2 minutes or until golden brown and crispy, when cooking make sure to not over crowd the fryer. Serve alongside extra coleslaw or with a sweet chili sauce.

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Ann said...

What a great idea. These look wonderful!

Shelby said...

These sound yummy! I am making pulled pork sliders with coleslaw for Grumpy's birthday party this year so your post really caught my eye. Would be a great thing to try with leftovers!

Leslie said...

These are little fried pillows of yummy-ness!

teresa said...

such a great idea! we are nuts for pulled pork, these look delicious!

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