Costco Minh Pork Egg Rolls Review

Are you looking for restaurant-quality frozen egg rolls to enjoy conveniently at home? The Minh Egg Rolls have been in Costco on and off for many few years. This was one of the first reviews I wrote for Costcuisine so I decided it was time for an update. Has anything changed with these egg rolls since I first reviewed them in 2018?

Image of the Costco Minh Pork Egg Rolls box sitting on a table.
Costco Minh Pork Egg Rolls.

I absolutely love egg rolls. I find something so satisfying about the crispy wrapper and savory filling. The Minh Egg Rolls from Costco have been around for quite a while, my parents used to buy them when I was a teenager and I’d often have them as an after-school snack.

Similar products from Costco I enjoy are the Summ! Crispy Vegetable Spring Rolls, Bibigo Beef Bulgogi Mandu, Bibigo Steamed Dumplings, Bibigo Chicken and Cilantro Wontons, Costco Synear Soup Dumplings and the Summ! Crispy Mini Chicken Spring Rolls!

Image of the company and product description from the back of the box.
Minh Egg Rolls started 40 years ago!

Location in Store

The egg rolls are located in the freezer section at Costco, near the other frozen appetizers and the item number is 1210029.


In terms of flavor, the egg rolls have a well-seasoned delicious filling of pork, celery, cabbage, onion, rice and carrots. There are definite noticeable hints of garlic and soy sauce.

Image of the egg rolls cooked and served in a circular fashion on a white plate with a dipping sauce in the middle.
They taste best served with plum sauce.

The outside egg wrapping is very tasty and becomes crispy and golden brown after baking! I love that these taste just like the deep fried version you get in a restaurant.

Closeup image of an egg roll being held up by a hand, the egg roll is cut in half so you can see the filling.
The filling is carrots, onion, cabbage, rice and pork.

My only complaint is that there isn’t any dipping sauce in the box so I had to go run out and buy some plum sauce. These aren’t nearly as good without dipping sauce.

Closeup image of a hand holding one egg roll with a plate of egg rolls in the background.
Golden brown and crispy after baking them in the oven.


The box comes with 16 egg rolls total with two bags of eight egg rolls and costs $13.99 Canadian which I think is pretty reasonable after tasting these. The price hasn’t gone up from a few years ago but there are less egg rolls in the box. There used to be 20 egg rolls per box, now there are 16.

Image of the box of egg rolls opened so you can see the two bags containing eight egg rolls in each bag.
There are two bags containing eight egg rolls in the box.

Five small spring rolls from a local restaurant near our house costs $6.99 so it’s much cheaper to buy the Minh Egg Rolls from Costco to make at home.


These are perfect to serve at a party, as an appetizer, to go with stir fry or to just eat for lunch or a snack. As I said, I suggest serving the egg rolls with plum sauce or some sort of chili sauce but there isn’t any sauce in the box.

Minh Egg Roll cooking instructions from the box.
Minh Egg Roll cooking instructions.

The egg rolls used to be individually packaged but now they’re packed with eight egg rolls in a plastic bag and two bags in the box. There are convenient oven, air fryer and microwave cooking instructions on the box. We always cook ours in the oven. The egg rolls need to be kept in the freezer and cooked from frozen.

Egg rolls on a parchment lined baking tray being cooked in the oven.
Baking in the oven.



One egg roll is 190 calories, nine grams of fat, 20 grams of carbohydrates, one gram of fibre, two grams of sugar, six grams of protein and 400 milligrams of sodium.

The egg rolls aren’t super small so I feel like 190 calories and nine grams of fat isn’t terrible. I feel satisfied after just one.

Costco Minh Egg Roll nutrition facts from the box.
Minh Egg Roll nutrition facts.


The ingredients list looks pretty typical for a frozen, grocery store-bought egg roll. The Costco Minh Egg Rolls are fried in vegetable oil and contain wheat, barley soy, eggs and of course pork.

Costco Minh Egg Roll ingredients from the box.


Taste: 9/10

Cost: 8/10

Convenience: 9/10

Nutrition: 3/10


Must buy!

These are my favorite egg roll or spring roll that Costco carries and I’m always disappointed when they disappear from the freezer aisle. If you see them, I recommend trying them!

Have you tried these? What did you think?

Please note that this review was not paid for or sponsored by any third party. This product was purchased by Costcuisine for the purpose of producing this review. The opinions in this review are strictly those of Costcuisine. Costcuisine is not affiliated with Costco or any of its suppliers. In the event that Costcuisine receives compensation for a post from the manufacturer of a product or some other third party, the arrangement will be clearly disclosed (including where the manufacturer of a product provides Costcuisine with a free sample of the product).

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14 thoughts on “Costco Minh Pork Egg Rolls Review”

  1. I have always thought these eggs rolls to be delicious however this past week I picked up a box at Costco and I can’t believe how they have changed. The inside of the eggroll does not resemble the picture on the box, they were a brownish colour with a pinkish colour of I don’t know what inside. The taste was awful not at all flavourful actually not edible. Either I got a bad batch or they have changed the recipe. It’s not worth it to buy again, very, very disappointed.

  2. I’ve been eating these for a while. I do them in the air fryer; however, if I’m in a rush, 1.5 minutes in the micro is fine by me.

  3. We had them at friends cottage as an appetizer with spicy plum sauce. She cut them in half and the plate was gone pretty quickly.
    I now buy them at Peterborough Costco (Ontario) great snack on the dock!

  4. bonjour j’ai acheté les pâtés impériaux Minh je ne sais pas ce que vous leurs trouvés moi ceux que j’ai acheté ils ne sont pas mangeables car l’intérieur de la pâte n’ai même pas cuit alors au poubelle c’est dur pas bon

  5. From what I understand these egg rolls are what Jack In The Box sells. I have tried over a dozen different brands and they all are garbage. These egg rolls are the bomb and amazingly delectable, I like to use Kikkoman Teriyaki sauce or glaze with them. Stores don’t sell Minh brand so I was surprised to see Costco has them. I don’t have a membership anymore but that can be rectified. I usually go to Costco to get their Trident fish sticks, they are square cut sticks and hearty on the meat/Panko breading balance. They must be fried in oil via a Pan or deep fryer I will have to check to see if my local store carries the egg rolls because at first they didn’t have the fish sticks.


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