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Ingredients

1 pound sausage
8 ounces mozzarella
5 tablespoons tomato sauce
Egg roll wraps
Water

Instructions

Fry sausage until no longer pink. Crumble the meat. Drain grease and put out on paper towels to soak up excess grease. Add cheese and mix. Add tomato sauce (enough to just stick together) and mix. Take egg roll wrap, with point towards you, and add heaping tablespoons of meat and cheese mix onto wrap. Fold over corner and start rolling away from you. Fold in sides and follow through with the rest of the roll. Add a touch of water on the final corner to seal. Continue with remaining egg roll wraps until meat and cheese mix are used up. Fry in deep fryer until golden brown; roll out on paper towels. Caution: insides are hot! Makes about a dozen.

Jean Reyes
Davenport



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