Keystone Pork Roll Ups

Recipes | July 15, 2019 | By

Keystone Pork Roll Ups
Recipe Developed by Chef Angela D. Kudlets


20-30 wonton wrappers
1/2 cup Keystone Meats Pork
1/4 cup carrots
1/4 cup red onion
1/4 purple cabbage
1 jalapeño
Vegetable or Canola Oil


If you have a Pampered Chef Manual Food Processor, this recipe will go much quicker for you. If you don’t have this type of processor, chop all ingredients, place in a regular food processor and pulse until fine. Add pork and pulse again 2-3 times and set aside.

In a medium stockpot, add oil until 2/3 full and heat to medium-high.

Fill each wonton wrapper with a teaspoon of the filling. It’s best to use a measuring teaspoon to get a consistent amount of filling in each roll-up.

You will want to make sure not to overfill because the filling will bust out during the frying process and they will cook unevenly.

Once you fill each wonton, seal the edge, or edges. I chose to use water but you can also use egg white to seal them. You can shape as you wish, but I rolled mine like a cigar.

Fry until a light golden brown and turn into you achieve the same color; for a total of 1-2 minutes. Serve with dipping sauce of your choice  

Currently Pork is not yet available in my local area. However, you can easily substitute their Beef or Chicken for the Pork.

If you’re not familiar with Keystone Meats, their products have only two ingredients, meat and sea salt! All of their products are delicious! Give them a try!


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