Surprises can be sweet. I’ve talked a bit about surprises before — about how I’m kind of in the middle, loving to surprise other people but enjoy being “in the know” myself.
I realized that the reason I had this outlook was because I had never really, truly been
surprised before. When I was little, I would always plan my little
birthday parties down to the napkins. I peeked behind the teacher’s
desk on the last day of 2nd grade, so I knew that she had bought us all
popsicles for the last day of school. And, as I told you before, I have
a different ringtone for all of my contacts so I know who’s calling me
before I pick up the phone.
Well, it’s that time of year again — prom season. After Spring break, I look forward for my entire school going on hold for all of the brief interruptions that break up the otherwise monotonous day.
For a girl with a limited attention span, having marshmallows, posters, and an ever-growing number of rose petals
littering the floor of the forum is a wonderful thing. A Cappella groups bursting into song in the middle of a math quiz? Yes. Boys flying in the air holding prom posters? Double yes.
A lot has changed since my mom was in high school. Most boys don’t just call a girl up and ask her to prom like they used to. It has grown into a big production, and as the years go by it gets harder and harder to think of something that hasn’t been done before. Some boys will even go so far as to wear gold sparkly booty shorts and twerk on their high school crush until she says yes. For those of you who need a refresher on what “twerking” is, look no further than the link above.
Anyways, I’m somewhat glad that I’m not a boy who has to worry about thinking of something clever, funny, entertaining, and original every year.
Sometimes, it’s nice to let yourself be surprised. Which brings me to this recipe. Banana Nutella Eggrolls. Deep-fried Asian cuisine on the outside, and sweet, classic crepe fillings on the inside. You think you’re in for some shredded cabbage, pork, and eggs (classic egg roll fillings), but then BAM, you bite through the crunchy deep-fried crust to discover nothing but caramelized banana covered with oozing, melty Nutella. Mindblown. This is what happens when I’m at home alone for too long with leftover wonton wrappers. Maybe that should happen more often.
Lay out a wonton wrapper like a diamond. Spread a spoonful of Nutella lengthwise (see image). Place a banana half on top. Roll burrito-style. Seal with water.
the oil at a time, cooking for about 2 minutes or until they are nice
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