The Rollergates of England and Scotland have long been famous for rolling their own egg rolls.
But today, with a big boost from the latest craze, the Rollerskins of London and Wales are bringing a new twist to the tradition, using an egg white-derived protein as the base of the roll.
The results, the British egg roll king’s egg, are not only better than the egg white itself but more delicious as well.
To learn more, we spoke to Jamie King, a chef and owner of the popular egg roll restaurant The Rollerkates, to find out how the new recipe came to be and what the eggs are like.
The Rollerbys egg roll recipe Jamie King: I’m Jamie King and I’m the owner of The Rollernes Egg Rollery in London, England.
I’ve been making egg rolls for 40 years and the last couple of years I’ve started to get more adventurous with my recipe.
In the beginning, I just used the egg whites that we all know from egg-white recipes.
But I noticed that people were starting to make their own eggs and that I needed something different to do.
So I thought, what if I made a recipe that actually uses the egg as the ingredient.
I decided to use a protein called yolk and a blend of egg whites and soy.
I thought that the yolk could be used as a base for the roll, which would give it that really nice texture and also give it some crunch.
I didn’t want the texture to be too dry or too thin.
The recipe for the Rollerns Egg Roll King’s Egg Rolls, which are about half the size of a normal egg roll, is easy to make.
Jamie King : You put the yolks and soy together and then you add the egg, which gives it a nice smooth texture.
I put the soy mixture in a large bowl and then I mixed it with the yOLK mix, so I didn’ t use a lot of egg, I used about 2 teaspoons of soy per egg.
The egg white is used as the protein and the egg yolk.
You mix the yOGY with the egg mix and then fold it up into a ball, which is then rolled out.
I then put it on a baking tray and then rolled it out.
There are two layers, and when you slice it you get a big circle.
This way you can actually see the rollerskate egg rolls in a pan.
Jamie Kings egg rolls have always been a favourite among the Rollergate crowd, and the roll was a popular breakfast food at The Rollerties in London.
The idea of making egg roll rolls is not new.
There have been egg rolls as far back as the early 20th century and the British Egg Roller, established in 1794, has been making the roll ever since.
But the Rollerbies egg roll is a completely new egg roll.
Jamie: The idea for the egg roll came to me when I was trying to make an egg roll and I thought I could do something different than the normal egg rolls and make a roll that was a little more filling, not too filling and not too soft.
So that’s why I started making egg rolling.
The eggs were made by hand, but I thought they were so soft, and I wanted something a little bit better for my own tastes.
When I was looking at the recipe, I was like, I can’t believe that there is a protein in there, I’m not going to do that.
And I went to the local egg supplier and asked them if they had a protein like this.
They said they had some soy and yolk but I was too excited about it, so they just told me that they had to make a new protein.
And they gave me a recipe and I made it with them.
I added a little soy and they added a bit of yolk so it was perfect.
It’s an egg-based protein, which means that it’s a mixture of egg yolk and egg whites.
I made the recipe and when I started rolling it out I was really impressed with the results.
They came out very good and I knew that I had found the perfect egg roll!
Jamie King makes the Rollerks Egg Roll: I made these eggs because I love eggs.
I have a special love for egg rolls, so this is my favourite.
I’m trying to keep up with all of the egg rolling recipes that are coming out and I love the way they look.
I like to keep the egg on the outside of the shell, which makes them easier to roll, and they have a nice shape, which helps to keep them from slipping.
I use a pastry bag to make the roll and then put the roll in the fridge for about 20 minutes, and then when I roll it out,