Spring Rolls

Spring Rolls

Spring Rolls

Cooking for friends, family, workmates or customers? Spring Rolls make a great light lunch, appetizer or canapé. And they’re easy to make with ingredients that you’re likely to have on hand.

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%)

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.

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.

Money was tight when I was a kid but we would always go for dim sum in Vancouver’s Chinatown in mid 1970’s -early 1980’s (we had a restaurant that served dim sum in our neighbourhood but Chinatown still had the better yum cha) I remember the spring rolls had pork, bamboo shoots and mushrooms but I don’t remember any other vegetables. They were cut in half if you prefer. None of the restaurants bother to make a special Worcestershire sauce it was straight from the Lea & Perrins bottle. But Dad thought it was too spicy (the man could turn red from mustard) so it was plain ones for us. Which annoyed Mom as she grew up in Hong Kong and liked Worcestershire sauce and spicy food. Eventually it dawned on us to just have it on side in a little dish. Now I like my spring rolls with Thai style sweet chilli sauce. Can’t wait to try your recipe (Source: thewoksoflife.com)



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