Five minutes later...
I don't care for sweet & sour sauce, too sweet, so I am having mine with soy sauce with just a touch of the sweet sauce stirred in. If you can handle regular soy sauce, you can use that, or a gluten-free Tamari soy sauce if available, which is just as delicious but more expensive than regular soy sauce. Best of all, try Bragg's Liquid Aminos, which are as salty and savory as regular soy sauce, but without the sodium. I love it because I love salt, and this gives me the salty flavor I need without the gluten or the sodium. Bragg's is more expensive than Tamari, but it's totally worth it. They even make travel-size bottles with a spray cap to spray the flavor directly onto your food.
I know it looks like crazy hippie sauce. I wouldn't believe in it myself had a crazy hipie not pushed it on me long ago.
Rating: 4/5 Stars. A little bland, a little dry, but definitely hits the spot when you need that egg roll fix. I don't get how those were 'Thai', didn't detect any lemongrass, but a fine Chinese-American diner taste and texture.
I enjoyed this meal with Mighty Leaf White Orchard Tea. This is a white-green tea with melon and peach, light caffeine. I make a 20 ounce tumbler of it with two tea bags and one tablespoon of sugar. I should have added a little more sugar, or a stevia on top of the sugar, to make it just a touch sweeter.