Spring Roll Recipe

Spring Roll Recipe

2 Chinese Spring Roll Recipes?

When I was growing up, Chinatown was the only place you went for authentic Chinese food, but it was almost exclusively Cantonese restaurants. Nowadays, Chinese food in the US has come a long way, thanks to an influx of immigrants from all over China. 

Can You Prepare Spring Rolls Ahead of Time?

Yes, you can freeze these homemade spring rolls on the tray overnight after they’ve been assembled and transfer them to a zip-lock bag when they are completely frozen for future use. (Source: thewoksoflife.com)

For the Dipping Sauce:

Mix the pork with the marinade ingredients and set aside for about 30 minutes. In the meantime, prepare the rest of the ingredients. Cut all of the vegetables to approximately the same size. You want everything the same size so each ingredient blends together. 

Tips & Notes:

Calories: 155kcal (8%) Carbohydrates: 19g (6%) Protein: 6g (12%) Fat: 6g (9%) Saturated Fat: 1g (5%) Cholesterol: 10mg (3%) Sodium: 425mg (18%) Potassium: 174mg (5%) Fiber: 1g (4%) Sugar: 1g (1%) Vitamin A: 1215IU (24%) Vitamin C: 7.3mg (9%) Calcium: 35mg (4%) Iron: 1.1mg (6%) 

Spring Rolls Recipe

Spring rolls recipe – Chinese vegetable spring rolls are a popular starter or snack that is served in Indo Chinese restaurants. These are perfect as a tea snack or for a weekend brunch. They can also be served for a dinner to accompany a bowl of delicious soup or noodles. (Source: www.indianhealthyrecipes.com)

Spring Rolls!

You’ve never really had a Spring Roll until you’ve tried homemade ones!! Way better than your run-of-the-mill suburban Chinese restaurants, this Spring Roll recipe is shatteringly crisp on the outside with a juicy pork, vegetable and mushroom filling. 

Recipe Notes:

1. Shitaake Mushrooms: Soak dried mushrooms in plenty of boiled water for 20 minutes or until rehydrated (don’t do this step if using fresh mushrooms). Drain, squeeze excess water out of the mushrooms (like they are a sponge), then finely chop. (Source: www.recipetineats.com)

Fresh Spring Rolls Recip

Look no further for restaurant-quality Spring Rolls that are unbelievably easy to make, delicious and healthy! I like to serve them with homemade peanut sauce for dipping and they make a great light lunch, dinner or appetizer. 

How to Make Fresh Spring Rolls:

Assemble all of your ingredients together, including the chopped veggies, cooked chicken or shrimp, noodles, herbs, and rice paper wrappers. Chop all of your vegetables into long, thin slices. I like to shred the carrot, but you can cut it julienne if you’d like. 

How to Store Spring Rolls:

If you’re not enjoying the spring rolls right away, wrap each roll individually in plastic wrap. Otherwise the rice wrapper will dry out, and if you wrap them side-by-side they will stick together and the wrappers will tear when you try to get them apart.

For the Peanut Sauce:

tastesbetterfromscratch.com)Storing: The rolls taste best the day they are made, but they can be stored in the refrigerator for 2-3 days. Wrap each roll individually in plastic wrap (to keep the wrapper soft and to keep them from sticking together) and store in an air-tight container in the fridge. (Source:

Fresh Spring Rolls With Peanut Sauc

My now-husband asked me out for spring rolls and beer for our first date. I vividly remember walking into the nearby Thai restaurant to meet him. Our waitress had to come back three times to get our order, since we could not be bothered to look at the menu.

Chicken and Vegetable Spring Rolls

Packed with chicken, capsicum, carrots and cabbage these chicken and vegetable spring rolls are crispy, crunchy and absolutely delicious! Serve hot with ketchup or sweet chili sauce. 

East West Spring Rolls Recipe

About East West Spring Rolls Recip: A very popular chinese dish infused with a range of flavors, crisp vegetarian spring rolls with cheese, bell peppers and sun dried tomatoes. Serve them with a basil dip made with olives, Parmesan, mayo and a hint of garlic. 



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