Peach Cobbler Egg Rolls
How to make Peach Cobbler Egg Rolls
You have got to try our Peach Cobbler Egg Rolls. These delightful egg rolls are a symphony of flavors and textures. Everything is wrapped up in one amusing package – the succulent mix of ripe and juicy peaches is gently cooked with warm cinnamon, rich brown sugar, and a hint of fresh lemon juice. Every bite is a mouthwatering fusion of sweet, tangy, and crunchy that no one can resist!
Peach Cobbler Egg Rolls:
2 cups of chopped fresh peaches
1 tablespoon of freshly squeezed lemon juice
2 tablespoons of salted butter
1/2 cup of light brown sugar
4 teaspoons of cornstarch
1/2 teaspoon of ground cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon of pure vanilla extract
10 pieces of egg roll wrappers
Some water for sealing the wrappers
Vanilla Bean Sauce:
1/2 teaspoon of vanilla bean paste
2.5 tablespoons of milk
3/4 cup of powdered (confectioners’) sugar
Start your peachy adventure by tossing your fresh peaches, lip-puckering lemon juice, luxurious butter, and caramel-like brown sugar into a cozy saucepan.
Dust in your cornstarch and a touch of festive cinnamon. Crank up the heat until you see bubbles dancing on the surface, then take it down a notch and let it simmer. The mixture will begin to thicken, creating a creamy dream of peachy goodness in about 10 minutes.
As you see your mixture transform, stir in a dash of vanilla extract and then set it aside to cool.
Here comes the fun part! Lay out your egg roll wrappers in a diamond shape. Brush the edges with water.
Spoon about 2 tablespoons of your dreamy peach filling onto each wrapper. As you roll them up, fold the sides in and give the edges a good press – we don’t want any of that delicious filling escaping!
Preheat the oil in your skillet to a sizzling 350°F. Then, place the egg rolls into the oil, seam side down. Fry them up until they turn the color of a golden sunset.
Once they’re perfectly tanned, gently lift them out of the oil and let them chill on a paper towel lined dish to drain off any excess oil. After a few minutes, move them to a cooling rack and give them a quick snowfall of confectioners sugar.
Whisk together your vanilla bean paste, milk, and powdered sugar until you have a smooth and creamy Vanilla Bean Sauce. Perfect for a drizzly dip or a decadent pour over your egg rolls.
Now comes the moment of truth! Take a bite, and savor the crunch of the wrapper, the sweetness of the filling, and the creaminess of the sauce. Congratulations, you’ve just created dessert perfection!
If you want to make these Peach Cobbler Egg Rolls gluten free here are some adjustments you can make:
Gluten Free Egg Roll Wrappers: Traditional egg roll wrappers are made with wheat. Contain gluten. However there are gluten alternatives! You can usually find gluten egg roll wrappers at health food stores, specialty grocery stores or online. Just remember to check the labels to ensure they are truly gluten free.
Gluten Free Cornstarch: Most cornstarch is naturally gluten free. Its always a good idea to double check the packaging, for any potential cross-contamination during the manufacturing process.
Gluten Free Vanilla Extract: While most pure vanilla extracts are gluten free it’s important to note that certain flavored or inexpensive ones may contain traces of gluten. Again be sure to read the label before using it in your recipe.
By making these simple substitutions, you can surely enjoy these scrumptious Peach Cobbler Egg Rolls while still maintaining a gluten-free diet. Enjoy the process of creating and savoring these delectable treats!
One Serving (One Egg Roll with Vanilla Bean Sauce):
Calories: 355 kcal | Total Fat: 13.1g | Saturated Fat: 6.5g | Cholesterol: 20.5mg | Sodium: 178mg | Total Carbohydrates: 58.2g | Dietary Fiber: 2g | Sugars: 33.7g | Protein: 4.4g
Frequently Asked Questions:
Can I use canned peaches instead of fresh ones?
Yes, you can use canned peaches if fresh ones are not available. However, be sure to drain the canned peaches well before using them in the recipe to avoid excess liquid.
Can I make the peach filling ahead of time?
Absolutely! You can prepare the peach filling ahead of time and store it in the refrigerator until you’re ready to assemble the egg rolls.
Just make sure to let the filling come to room temperature or gently warm it before using it for filling.
Can I bake the egg rolls instead of frying them?
While the recipe calls for frying the egg rolls, you can experiment with baking them for a slightly healthier option.
Brush the egg rolls with a little oil and bake them in a preheated oven at around 375°F (190°C) until they are golden and crispy.
What can I use as a substitute for vanilla bean paste in the sauce?
If you don’t have vanilla bean paste, you can use vanilla extract as a substitute.
Start with a smaller amount, like 1/2 teaspoon, and adjust according to your taste preference.
Can I add other fruits or ingredients to the filling?
Absolutely! Feel free to get creative and add your favorite fruits or additional ingredients to the peach filling.
Chopped apples, berries, or even a sprinkle of chopped nuts could be wonderful additions, enhancing both flavor and texture.
What can I use instead of vanilla bean paste for the sauce?
If you don’t have vanilla bean paste, you can use vanilla extract as a substitute. Start with a smaller amount and adjust to taste.
Alternatively, you can scrape the seeds from a vanilla bean pod if available.
Can I prepare the egg rolls ahead of time and reheat them?
While the egg rolls are best enjoyed fresh, you can prepare them ahead of time and reheat them in an oven at a low temperature to maintain their crispiness.
Avoid microwaving, as it may make them soggy.
Can I use a different type of wrapper for the egg rolls?
The recipe calls for egg roll wrappers, but if you can’t find them, you can use spring roll wrappers or even phyllo dough.
Keep in mind that the texture and taste may vary slightly.
What can I serve alongside Peach Cobbler Egg Rolls for a complete dessert experience?
These egg rolls pair well with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream for an indulgent treat.
You can also serve them with a drizzle of caramel sauce or a sprinkle of powdered sugar for added sweetness.