It's easier to wrap spring rolls than you think! First, track down a package of dried rice papers from a specialty Asian market. Then, chop up a bunch of colorful vegetables like bell pepper, sprouts, herbs, and purple cabbage. Finally, reconstitute the rice papers in warm water so they are malleable. Fill them up with the veggies, and roll 'em up carefully. It's a fresh appetizer and an entertaining recipe to make with friends. Take a look at this video to learn the technique.
Spice up your Super Bowl party with some tasty finger food that just happens to be loaded with fresh veggies. These healthy spring rolls, from M Café, are filled with seitan, carrots, romaine, and more! Plus they're easier to make than you think. Watch this video to learn the secret of rolling this tempting treat.
My boyfriend and I made these together and had a lot of fun doing it. It's fairly simple once you get the hang of it and couldn't be healthier for you. I served it with two different dipping sauces, both equally delic!!
Get the simple recipe after the break!
YumSugar Community member Angelica shared this photo of the beautiful vegetable Spring roll presentation at Osha Thai in the Savory Sights group.
The rolls are good, but the brown sauce is great. We weren't afraid to ask the server to let us keep the plate to use the sauce after the rolls were gone.
What's for dinner? YumSugar member lauren decided the answer to that question is Spring rolls. Her healthy vegetable version found its way into the Savory Sights group in the YumSugar Community. Do you have an image of something delicious that you recently made or enjoyed? If so, be sure to upload it!
Inspired by girlA's recipe, last night my husband and I made a delicious spring roll dinner. Yes it is time-consuming rolling up all of the spring rolls but well worth it. We made veggie spring rolls with rice noodles, avocado, carrots, bell pepper and bean sprouts! A little peanut sauce and also a secret concoction made by my husband of mirin, fish sauce and rice vinegar to add a little more zing. Spring rolls are the perfect summer dinner since they are light and full of flavor! Can't wait to make my next batch!
This weekend, the theme for our Cooking Club was Tour of Asia. I was in charge of Vietnam, so I made Vietnamese Spring Rolls. It was my first time, but I've always wanted to try my hand at it! I adapted a recipe that I found on allrecipes.com.
To get the traditional Vietnamese recipe, read more.
These deep-fried packages of goodness are filled with a rich kumquat dark chocolate. The rolls can be made in advance and are easily fried just before eating. To check out the delectable recipe I plan on using, read more
Although they may look and sound labor-intensive, non-fried Spring rolls — or Summer rolls, as they're sometimes called — can make for an incredibly speedy meal. While this recipe calls for deli roast beef (an unusual filling for Spring rolls), you can use any protein you like; I later made rolls with roasted turkey, which tasted great as well. The versatility of the filling is part of the beauty of the dish. Learn how to roll your own when you read more