Pagoda Vegetable Egg Rolls Review

Pagoda Vegetable Egg Rolls

Spring is in the air, and for some reason that means that we in the Freezer Meal Frenzy office have had a serious craving for spring rolls and egg rolls lately. We’re not sure these things are connected, actually…

Either way, we decided to check out the Pagoda Vegetable Egg Rolls today to see what they’re all about. We recently tried their Pork Egg Rolls and found them to be quite tasty, so we have high hopes for these cabbage-filled appetizers.

The package gives you three options for cooking these: conventional oven, microwave, or air fryer. We went with the conventional oven, because that served us quite well when it came to the pork version of these. (If you want to read the full cooking instructions straight off the box, check out the package scans at the bottom of this review.)

Pagoda Vegetable Egg Rolls

Now, the key difference between egg rolls and spring rolls is that egg rolls have a shell that’s dipped in egg, giving them a more textured feel than their spring-roll counterparts. And these are very much egg rolls, with that battery, bumpy outer layer.

We liked the shells when we reviewed the pork version of these egg rolls, and our opinion hasn’t changed. These taste great and have a wonderful consistency to them — a bit of crunch, too.

As for what’s inside, these are filled with cabbage, carrots, celery, bok choy, and water chestnuts. That means they have an earthier, more watery filling than the pork-filled version. There’s just a little bit of a gingery sweetness to it as well (though we didn’t see ginger listed among the ingredients).

The box claims that one egg roll is a serving (despite the fact that Pagoda specifically tells you to cook these four at a time in two out of three of the cooking methods they give instructions for). One egg roll contains 130 calories and 370 mg of sodium, which means your batch of four will contain 520 calories and 1,480 mg of sodium. These are clearly meant to be appetizers rather than something you’d fill up on.

The Pagoda Vegetable Egg Rolls are quite tasty, though our non-vegetarian staffers prefer the pork version to the vegetable-filled one. Still, these do satisfy an egg roll craving, and we can see ourselves returning to these often.

To learn more about the nutrition content, ingredients, or cooking instructions for these Pagoda egg rolls, check out our package scans below.

Pagoda Vegetable Egg Rolls
Pagoda Vegetable Egg Rolls
Pagoda Vegetable Egg Rolls