Chung’s Chicken Egg Rolls packaging might not look like much, but there is quite the underdog waiting inside. The first bite of this roll exploded into a burst of dynamic flavor and juicy texture. The chicken is beautifully seasoned with loads of white pepper, but not too much. This roll’s softer veggies make it more enjoyable for people who prefer a more homogenous texture and less crunch, but it doesn’t venture into being soggy or sodden.
The wrap and sauce are the most standout components of the Chung’s rolls. While nearly paper-thin and just as delicate, the wrap held up surprisingly well in the oven, developing a few cracks but not losing any of its contents. It is a nice golden color when cooked and lets out a big crunch when bit into. The included sweet and sour sauce is among the best we tried, with a tangy sweetness that softened the peppery chicken. As a bonus, the sauce is individually packaged, one per each roll in the box. Chung’s Chicken Egg Rolls are $4.69 at our local Target, a price that seems fair for four good-sized egg rolls and sauce for each.
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