Hmong Egg Roll Recipe

Rolls are satisfying and filling that, too, without breaking the bank. They are one of the most common meals that can be served as a snack, main course, or appetizer. Because they taste delicious, are versatile, and convenient. It’s a quick and easy way to satisfy your cravings without worrying about unhealthy additives or sugar levels. 

So today, I am here with a roll recipe, not a common or basic roll. It’s the Hmong egg roll. If you’re a fan of Asian cuisine, then you’re likely familiar with the Hmong egg roll. This simple but delicious roll is made from a wrapper filled with seasoned ground pork, noodles, vegetables, and spices, then deep-fried.  

Want to know the Hmong egg roll recipe with full details?

Scroll down and learn more. In this article, I will tell you how to make Hmong egg rolls the right way so they come out perfect every time. Let’s get started!

Why Should You Try Hmong Egg Roll?

Whether you’re a fan of Asian cuisine or just want to try something different – Hmong egg roll is definitely worth trying! It’s a unique take on the classic egg roll. They are made with These rolls can be served as an appetizer or main course and are very versatile in terms of flavor combinations. 

 Usually, Hmong egg rolls are made with ground meat, vermicelli, and lots of veggies.  But you can also make them vegetarian by substituting ground beef for vegetable protein like tofu or seitan. 

Plus, they take very minimal preparation and time to make, but the result is a crispy and satisfying Hmong egg roll. So on busy days, these Hmong egg rolls are just perfect for serving. It doesn’t end here. Hmong rolls are healthy as well. They are right in protein, antioxidants, and various vitamins and minerals. We will know in detail below.  

Health Benefits Of Hmong Egg Roll

A healthy diet means rich in vegetables and lean protein. Hmong egg rolls are a dish that can help you get all the nutrients your body needs.  Let’s know some expected health benefits of Hmong egg rolls.

  • Hmong egg roll has ground meat high in protein and contains all the essential amino acids. These help with what your body needs for muscle growth and maintenance. 
  • This egg roll is a good source of vitamins B12 and iron, enhancing digestion by aiding in breaking down food into small particles. It’s also good for energy production and healthy blood circulation.
  • It’s low in calories but contains enough nutrients to ensure you get the proper amount of protein while keeping your calorie intake low overall. 
  • They’re packed with antioxidants is one notable nutrient present in Hmong egg rolls. It works by neutralizing free radicals, which are molecules that can damage cells and DNA. 
  • Hmong egg rolls can help the immune system function by supporting the inflammatory response.
Hmong Egg Roll Recipe

Hmong Egg Roll Recipe

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Recipe by Lindsay G. Cabral Cuisine: AsianDifficulty: Medium


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Hmong Egg Roll is a delicious and healthy appetizer that you don’t want to miss. It’s easy to make and guaranteed to be a hit at your next party or get-together.

It’s a quick snack or a satisfying meal to experience the tastes of different cultures.

The wrapper is made from rice flour, eggs, and water, which are finally deep-fried until they’re crispy.  But if you want, you can also oven-bake or use an air fryer to make these Hmong egg rolls. Let’s explore the full Hmong egg roll recipe below.


  • 3 vermicelli packages,

  • 15 roll sheets

  • 1 pound pork,

  • 5 large eggs,

  • 1 cup green onion,

  • 1 cup carrot,

  • 1 cup of cilantro,

  • 1 medium diced onion,

  • ½ head of cabbage,

  • ¾ up of oyster sauce,

  • 1 teaspoon of black pepper,

  • Salt as per taste,

  • Oil for deep frying,

  • Tools
  • Large mixing bowl,

  • Hand gloves,

  • Skillet, 

  • Spoon/spatula,

  • Serving plate,

how to make Hmong Egg Roll

  • Soak The Noodles: Take a large bowl, fill it with water and soak the noodles for 15 minutes. Once done, drain and keep the noodles aside.
    Soak The Noodles
  • Preparation: Wash and dry all the vegetables and cut them. Finely chop green onion and cilantro, shred the carrot, dice one medium onion, cut the cabbage head, and keep them in a separate bowl.
  • Mix The Vegetables: In a large mixing bowl, add the soaked noodles, ground pork, and all the vegetables we have just kept aside. Wear your kitchen hand gloves, and mix the vegetables with your hand.
    Mix The Vegetables
  • Add Egg: Crack 5 eggs in a bowl, whisk to mix, and pour into the mixed vegetables. Mix with a gentle hand. 
    Add Egg
  • Add Seasoning and Sauce: Now add 1 teaspoon of black pepper, salt as per taste, and ¾ cup of oyster sauce. Give the vegetables a final mix and get ready to fill the rolls.
    Add Seasoning and Sauce
  • Make The Roll: Take a roll sheet or wrapper in a diamond shape, and place some of the mixed vegetables ( 3 tablespoons) in it. Now roll once, fold the corners, roll tightly, and seal the edges with some egg yolk. Like this, make all the egg rolls.
    Make The Roll
  • Fry The Roll: In a skillet or nonstick frying pan, and take enough oil for deep frying. Heat the oil at medium-high heat for 5 minutes. Then place the egg roll in the oil and flip and deep fry both sides.
    Fry The Roll
  • Serve: Take out the roll from the pan and place it over kitchen tissue to absorb excess oil.  Then serve on a serving plate cool or hot as you want along with some sauce.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How to oven bake Hmong egg roll?
Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F for 15 minutes. Line the baking tray with parchment paper, spray some cooking oil and place the Hmong roll keeping enough space. Brush the rolls with sesame oil or any cooking oil you want. Now put the tray in the oven and bake it at the same it for 15-18 minutes. 

Can you put Hmong egg roll in air fryer? 
Yes, you can put the Hmong egg roll in the air fryer. Set the air fryer at 360 degrees F and let it preheat for 10 minutes. Then place the Hmong roll in the air fryer basket, spray some cooking oil and attach it to the air fryer. Fry it for 8-10 minutes or until golden and crisp. 

Is Hmong egg roll diet friendly?
Yes, Hmong egg roll is also diet friendly. It’s very low in calories and rich in protein, antioxidants, and other essential vitamins and minerals. You just have to ensure the Hmong egg roll is oven-baked or air fryer cooked, not deep-fried. Deep-fried food is tasty but absolutely not diet friendly. 

Nutrition Facts

Fat 6 grams
Carbohydrate 13.1 gram
Sodium 620 mg
Cholesterol 34 mg
Protein 8.1 gram 


There you have it!

After following the steps and my tips and tricks, I hope you have already made the crispy and delicious Hmong egg roll. Now, you have to say that my version of the Hmong egg roll recipe is one of the best recipes.

Because Not only is it delicious, but I have also tried to keep it as simple as possible. Now serve the hot and crispy Hmong egg roll to your loved ones, and surprise them.

And if some leftovers are there, don’t forget to store them following my storing process. Because when stored properly, these rolls will be fresh for many days!

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Lindsay G. Cabral is a recipe blogger who specializes in vegan and gluten-free recipes. Lindsay has been blogging since 2012, and her recipes have been featured on popular websites such as Huffington Post, Mind Body Green, and The Kitchn. In addition to her blog, Lindsay is also the author of two cookbooks, Vegan Yum Yum and Vegan Yum Yum for All Occasions. When she's not in the kitchen, Lindsay enjoys spending time with her husband and two young daughters.

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