Where can I get a recipe for Korean Yaki Mondo?
By Charles Sutherland from Indian Head, MD
Yaki-Mandu (Korean Egg Roll)
Recipe #29439 | 1½ hours | 1 hour prep | add Great finger food for parties--always a hit. Much easier to prepare if you have a food processor.
80 -100 egg rolls (never really counted) (change servings and units)
Change to: egg rolls (never really counted) US Ingredients
1 lb ground beef or ground pork
2 yellow onions, diced
2 cups carrots, diced
1/2 green cabbage, boiled and diced, squeeze out excess water
2 green onions, cut thin
1/2 cup mushroom, diced
2 eggs, divided (one egg will be needed to seal wrapper)
1/8 cup soy sauce
1 pinch salt and black pepper
2 (12 ounce) packages small egg roll wraps (found near produce section)
1/4 cup soy sauce
1 teaspoon red pepper
1 teaspoon sesame seed
1 Keep the ground beef in the fridge until you are done preparing the rest of the ingredients.
4 Mix a raw egg in a small bowl or cup, or use a small bowl of water.
5 Place a "sheet" of the egg roll wrap on work surface in front of you then spoon a teaspoonful of meat mixture into the center of the wrapper, dip finger into egg to spread it onto two adjoining edges of the wrapper and fold in half diagonally to seal it (will look like triangle).
6 Press edges together and gently hold egg roll in hand and carefully squeeze out excess air as you are sealing.
7 Deep fry until golden brown (for healthier method, steam/pan fry with less oil).
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I am looking for authentic Korean recipes for yaki mondo and kimchi. I lived there for a year and loved the stuff, but I can't find my recipes.