However, they can be tricky to roll correctly. Our step-by-step video takes you through everything you need to know to brush up on your rolling skills before trying out our delicious recipes below.
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This recipe is also nut-free and egg-free. Did you know? Lebanese cucumbers are short, slender and thin-skinned, and are probably the most popular variety because of their tender, edible skin, tiny, yielding seeds and sweet, fresh taste. Note
Enjoy these light, refreshing chicken and mango rice paper rolls on a warm summer’s afternoon. A Vietnamese classic, the rolls are wonderful served as finger food with a zesty chilli lime dipping sauce.
These make a delicious and fresh addition to any share plate that everyone will love. Lobster or prawn meat can be substituted for the crab, if desired.
Use smaller rice paper rounds for finger-food sized rolls. You can use chicken mince instead of turkey, if you like. Note
These noodle and vegetable rice paper rolls are a classic Vietnamese crowd pleaser. The trick when making them is to dunk the rice paper just enough so that it is pliable enough to roll, as it will continue to gradually soften.
Fresh and tasty.
These traditional Vietnamese rice paper rolls (gỏi cuốn) are a fresh and healthy option to share with family and friends. Served alongside the classic dipping sauce, they’ll be gone in no time.
The perfect starter dish or platter of finger food for a party, Vietnamese prawn rice paper rolls are fresh, delicious and incredibly easy to make. Serve with a dipping sauce.
Rice paper rolls are best eaten within a few hours of preparing. Note
To keep beef tender, cook quickly over high heat. To blanch carrots and zucchini, plunge separately into boiling water for 1-2 minutes; drain. Refresh under cold running water. Note
Take your guests or family on a sensuous vietnamese journey by assembling these fresh and delicate prawn rice paper rolls.
This fruit rice paper roll recipe is a surprising spin on your every day rice paper rolls.
Great for a party or picnic, or for something different in the lunchbox.
Fresh, light and packed full of goodness, these Vietnamese rice paper rolls are beautiful filled with tender crab meat and creamy avocado. Serve with a fragrant Asian soy-lime dipping sauce for a perfect Summer lunch.
The perfect starter dish, vegetable rice paper rolls with a sweet and punchy chilli dipping sauce. They also make a great platter of party food, just make sure to have napkins on hand.
Tofu is a great and healthy meat alternative. It is especially good for soaking up flavours like those in the sauces and dips which often accompany Asian finger foods.
A huge hit at parties, fresh rice paper rolls also make an excellent lunch, or after-school snack.
These vegetable rice paper rolls are a popular dish to serve as a sharing plate with sweet chilli dipping sauce.
Quick and easy teriyaki chicken rice paper rolls; the perfect starter dish to share with dinner guest.
The fresh herb blend contains lemongrass, ginger, coriander and chilli. Buy it in the fresh food aisle. Note
Light, fresh and full of flavour, these rice paper rolls are can easily be made ahead and stored in the fridge for lunch or a snack. And they’re suitable for diabetics, too.
Keep the rolls moist by covering them with a slightly damp piece of kitchen paper, then store them in an airtight container in the fridge. Rolls can be made a day ahead. Swap the tofu for cooked shredded chicken breast for a non-vegetarian option. Note
Rice paper wrappers are available from the Asian food section in supermarkets. Filling ingredients can be prepared several hours ahead. Keep covered in the refrigerator. Rolls can be prepared up to 2 hours ahead. Place on a tray lined with plastic wrap, then cover with a clean, damp tea towel and keep refrigerated. Note
If you have a thermometer, oil should be 180°C. Be sure to remove any random bones. Note