The plan was stir fry but the vegetables didn't know that they were supposed to hold off on wilting until they became stir fry. I just knew that they wouldn't make it to the end of the week, so I pulled some ground pork out of the freezer and added the vegetables, a bit of minced ginger and minced garlic. As "glug" of soy sauce was stirred in this mixture. The whole batch was frozen and pulled out a couple days later...and morphed into spring rolls/egg rolls.
I guess it's all about keeping good and usable ingredients in the pantry since I had the spring roll wrappers on a shelf. They keep nearly indefinitely, so I don't feel the pressure to get them used. Along with the ground pork in the freezer....dinner in a pinch.
This one probably doesn't go in the repeat pile. It was OK...but spring roll wrappers baked...hmmm...more like tough and crispy. On a more positive note, the dipping sauce was good to eat and quick to make.
My dinners were so good earlier this week that it's probably good to lower the bar a bit so everyone in this house doesn't have such high expectations every night:)