Sam's Spring Rolls
Sam is on the Customer Success team at StickerGiant
I love these spring roles because they are SO versatile when it comes to leftovers! Following recipes was never common in my family. We constantly substituted what the recipe called for with what we had so as not to waste food, but mostly so we wouldn't have to run out to the grocery store. This did not lend to the best meals all the time, but it did lead to some great meals that were diverse, versatile, and delicious every time! This recipe is a framework for spring rolls if you'd never made them before. They're perfect to use up leftovers, get creative with dinner or lunch, provide options for get-togethers, or when it's just too hot to turn on the oven!
Spring Roll ideas:
Rice paper (necessary ingredient!)
Leafy greens (ie. romaine lettuce, cabbage, spinach)
Carb (ie. cold rice, rice noodles)
Fruit (ie. mango, pineapple, apple)
Herbs (ie. mint, basil, cilantro, chives, green onion, ginger)
Protein (ie. flank steak, cooked/leftover fish, cold cooked shrimp, pork, chicken, tofu, tempeh, shelled edamame)
Veggies (ie. bell peppers, poblanos, bean sprouts, carrots, cucumber, avocado, mushrooms, radish, microgreens/sprouts, sugar snap peas)
Fun (ie. jalapeno/spicy pepper, kimchi, chili crunch, pickled veggies, drizzle of dipping sauce, let your imagination run wild!)
Dipping sauce ideas:
Avocado cilantro sauce
Green Goddess dressing
Franks Red Hot
Sweet and sour sauce
Thinly slice, shave, or julienne all veggies, fruit, and proteins.
Arrange all ingredients on a rotating tray or in small plates or bowls.
Fill a pie pan 3/4 full with water.
Allow each person to create their own unique spring roll to eat as they make.
Completely submerge rice paper in water but do not soak in water longer than 15 seconds.
Rice paper will still be hard but it will soften as you fill it.
Assemble your spring roll with an assortment of ingredients.
Do not overfill! Wrap up like a burrito. Dip in sauce of choice!
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