These fresh spring rolls couldn’t be easier to make and they are perfect for spring and summer. Spring rolls are a crisp and refreshing appetizer, lunch, or light dinner. Also, they are great to enjoy with our delicious and healthy peanut dipping sauce!
Today we are sharing three different combinations of ingredients for these spring rolls. We have a vegetarian spring roll, a shrimp spring roll, and a chicken spring roll. We are showing you some of our favorite flavor combinations but feel free to get creative!
How To Make Fresh Spring Rolls
To start, wash and dry all of the vegetables. We used a fruit and vegetable wash to wash our vegetables and then we dried them in a salad spinner which removed all of the excess water.
After that, dip the rice paper in warm water and get all of it wet. You want to get it wet but make sure it’s not flimsy because the rice paper will soften as you assemble the spring roll.
Then, add your favorite ingredients or try one of our combinations! Some ingredients that we love to put in our spring rolls are cilantro, mint, basil, lettuce spring mix, cucumber, green onions, micro greens, red bell pepper, shredded carrots, avocado, cooked shrimp, and cooked chicken.
Shrimp Spring Roll
In our shrimp spring roll, we put ingredients that complement the shrimp perfectly. We added some lettuce spring mix, shredded carrots, basil, cucumber, cooked shrimp, avocado, mint leaves, cilantro, green onions, and micro greens. All of these ingredients taste delicious together but feel free to get creative and add what you like.
Chicken Spring Roll
In our chicken spring roll, we added some lettuce spring mix, shredded carrots, cucumber, cooked chicken, basil, cilantro, and avocado. This one is Ella’s favorite spring roll combination.
Vegetarian Spring Roll
For our vegetarian spring roll, we have added some lettuce spring mix, cucumber, red bell pepper, shredded carrots, green onions, micro greens, cilantro, basil, and avocado.
Peanut Sauce For Spring Rolls
All of these spring rolls are perfect with our healthy peanut dipping sauce.
Which Rice Paper Should I Use?
We recommend using thick rice paper as opposed to thin rice paper. Thin rice paper breaks easier which will make it harder to assemble the spring rolls. We used thick rice paper in this recipe and it worked perfectly.
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