Summer Roll is one of the most enticing—and healthy—appetizer in Asian cuisines.
Fresh vegetables and boiled shrimp are rolled together using Vietnamese rice paper, and then served with a creamy and savory Hoisin-Peanut dipping sauce. The taste is light, refreshing, and absolutely pleasing to the palate.
Making Summer Rolls are a lot easier than you think, and you can get the ingredients easily at Asian stores, and at some regular supermarkets, in the International food aisle. The key ingredient is Asian rice noodles and I recommend Annie Chun’s Maifun Rice Noodles—gluten-free, delicate in texture and mild in flavor.
The assembling part of summer rolls is mostly fun and very easy to manage. While you can assemble the rolls for your family and guests, I personally like to let them make their own rolls. It’s fun to play with the food, immerse in the Asian cooking culture, plus getting hands on with the experience.
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- Minced Chicken and Pork Rolls (Jijuan)
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