Egg Roll in a Bowl Recipe | Elijah's Xtreme

Why is the dish called egg roll? In 1917, a Chinese American cookbook featured a dish called “Dan Gun” which means “egg roll.” It is also known a “bon bon,” “pon, pon,” and “pang, bang.” This dish isn’t found in China, but two Chinese-Americans have taken credit for making them popular. While the original dish could have used egg to make the roll, the most commonly used is thin rice paper.

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