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Rice Paper Rolls with Jules Sebastian

Category: food

Homemade rice paper rolls have to be one of our favourite light summer dishes. Depending on what you and your family like to eat, you can fill them with just about anything! Crunchy vegetables, sesame seeds, avocado, and rice noodles, all dipped in delicious sauces – the kitchen is your oyster. However, sometimes they can be overlooked because sticky rice paper can be a bit tricky – if you don’t have all the tips and tricks from Jules Sebastian, that is! 

To give you a little sneak peek from the video, Jules suggests dampening the top of a wooden chopping board or a tea towel, before placing the rice paper on top. This will help to prevent breaking the paper as you roll up all the ingredients that you found at your local Stockland – and even allow you to pack a few more in! 


Plus, you can get the kids involved for a fun hands-on activity. Pop all of their favourite ingredients into some ramekins and let them have fun trying to make their own. They may not be perfect, but hey, who needs perfection when they’re this delicious and the little ones are happy! 

Method

1. Fill a large bowl with warm water. 
2. Dip a rice paper wrapper in luke warm water for 10 seconds or until just softened, then place onto a wet chopping board. 
3. Place choice of fillings lengthwise on wrapper, 3cm up from the bottom. 
4. Fold bottom of wrapper up over filling, then roll up tightly, folding in the sides as you go, to form a roll. 
5. Repeat with remaining wrappers and filling ingredients. 
6. Tuck a few extra herbs into the top of each roll.

Rice Paper Rolls

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  • Serves: 4
  • Time needed: 15 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy


Ingredients

  • Fresh cooked peeled prawns
  • Rice paper rounds
  • Sliced avocado
  • Capsicum strips
  • Cucumber strips
  • Sesame seeds
  • Mint leaves
  • Rice paper rounds
  • Hoisin sauce
  • Cooked chicken pieces
  • Baby spinach
  • Shredded cabbage
  • Carrot strips
  • Sliced shallots
  • Vermicelli noodles cooked and cooled
  • Rice paper rounds
  • Readymade satay sauce

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