- 1 pack Cooked Noodles (Rice, Buckwheat, or your choice)
- Celery, Carrots, Bell Peppers, Bean Sprouts Fresh Veggies
- About three sprigs Fresh Mint
- 1 pack Tapioca Spring Roll Wrapper Paper
- Wasabi Sesame Seeds
Easy Spring Rolls
This is a dish that for years I would order in a restaurant and think that there is no way that I could make these at home. Then one day I ran across tapioca wrapper paper at a store and thought that I would give it a shot. It turns out that its really easy and you can put what ever you want in them. I like to mix and match various fruits, vegetables, noodles, and rice. You can make these as low or high calorie as you want. If you want to wrap a stick of butter in three or four sheets of tapioca wrapper paper then go for it if that’s what your into. I like butter but I am not about to make it into a spring roll. Below are my examples of what I make with them.
- Slice all of your vegetables into thin strips so that they easily fit in the Spring Roll
- Cook your noodles and strain
- Make an assembly station
- Chopping board for rolling
- Cup of warm water to dampen the wrappers
- Sliced veggies
- Cooked and cooled noodles
- Take a dry paper and place is on your chopping board
- Dip you fingertips into the warm water and dap the wrapper with the water
- The wrapper will turn clear and very flexible
- Place a 4” strip of noodles about 1.5” from the bottom of the wrapper
- Top the noodles with your veggies
- Fold in the left and right sides over the filling to initiate the rolling
- Bring the 1.5” of wrapper from the bottom and fold it over the filling
- Carefully roll until it is complete
Spaghetti Squash with Tofu and stir fry veggies.
Wasabi Sesame Seeds! These make an awesome garnish to any asian dish.